Question, because I don't see it getting enough attention
How fortunate is it that CU loses an all-time great (Kin Wright) to graduation and picks up experience, talent and productivity in Mason Faulkner (and still has a developing KB to boot) for 2021-22? I think this is a great break for CU, which was going to take a big step back in the backcourt from Kin to KB unless KB drastically improved.
Now you have, if he is healthy and can play well at the Pac-12 level, a solid mix of Faulkner, Battey, Walker and hopefully an ever-improving Parquet to go along with the young, rarely played young bucks of last season and an intriguing incoming class, including a healthier, skilled big and a potentially really good player from DC.
If all breaks well and we see development of the youngn's, this could be a talented, deep team capable of doing really good things this season and hopefully a more consistent team.