However, the guy that has Schofield raving is 6-foot-5 junior wing Kashief Carr, a South Philadelphia product who is athletic and can also shoot from the perimeter.
``He brings it," Schofield said of Carr. "He's from South Philly and you see it because he fears nobody. He plays hard all the time and whenever I need him, he comes through."
Davis and Carr will likely be joined by 6-5 ½, 220-pound Ameer Ali, who played at Simon Gratz (Pa.), on the frontline.
The backcourt will likely feature 6-foot-4 shooting guard Steve Hassell, a lefty catch-and-shoot guy who has already committed to High Point, and 6-foot senior floor leader Mike Scott.
``Mike's a throwback," Schofield said. "He'll fit us perfectly because he's a pass-first guy whose improved every aspect of his game, but he realizes that in order for us to win he's going to have to be a setup guy."
Schofield will have plenty of bodies coming off the bench – including former Chester High (Pa.) guard Devon McLendon, 6-9 junior Ervin Spruell, 5-11 senior point guard Tim Burns and 6-foot-6 senior forward David Burton, who committed to St. Francis (N.Y.).
Other depth will be provided from 6-5 senior forward Malik Perry, junior forward Matt Robertson, 5-9 point guard Darrel Mosley, 6-5 senior wing Brian Carroll, 6-foot guard Jamie Boyer, 6-3 junior guard Bakari Smith and 6-4 ½, junior small forward David Tairu.
``I really like our versatility," Schofield said. "Last year we knew what we were going to get. This year anyone can do it at any time. I can switch guys up and go big or small."
``We're going to spread the floor and that'll create matchup problems," he added. "We're going to stick with our pressure and push the tempo."