Dwayne Sutton was the heart and soul of the Louisville team this year. He started every game and played the second most minutes. His production increased this year as well. He more than doubled his point average to 10 points per game. He more than tripled his assists per game with 1.9 and he increased his rebounding to almost 7 per game. Heading into his senior season he will not be looked at to score as much as he was this year. With scorers like Samuel Williamson, Josh Nickelberry and Lamarr Kimble coming in, Dwayne can focus on doing the dirty work. Sutton will again be a key piece in the success of this team and he will be one of the most experienced players, so look for him to take a larger leadership role.