What I am pretty sure of:
Garret will be my starting SF.
Maynes will be starting PG.
Bevan is my only 3 point threat.
Branch can score (he shot 49% last season).
What I am thinking:
Since Maynes is below average on defense and Marcial isn't anything special, I am thinking about making Garrett my backup PG (SF1, PG2). He isn't a true PG but I don't have one after Maynes and if people try to put a scorer in the PG slot, at least Garrett will slow them down.
Unfortuneatly, Garrett probably will need to be my 5th big as well. He'll be something like (SF1, PG2, PF4, C4).
I want Bevan to play and plan on playing him at SF2. With Garrett being all over the place, I hope he can eek out 15+ minutes. I like him at SF more than SG because I don't think he'll see opponents who can cover him. He should be able to beat up on typically slower SF's.
I think Branch becomes the PG3. His passing sucks but I'll jack his DISTRO up so that's less of an issue. I don't think he'll get many minutes at PG3 though.
Marcial is a PG4 and I just hope he develops quickly, if he doesn't play much sobeit.
What I don't know what to do:
I guess Branch, Roldan, and Guillory all need to get some minutes. Branch is a below average on DEF but can score. The other two can play defense and score a little. Guillory has the best IQ. My gut tells me to start Roldan (he has the most developing left) at SG and make Guillory the SG2 and Branch the SG3 (along with SF3 and PG3) but I am not sure this is the best route.