Grandy, Marquez, and Sarwinski all collected postseason awards (see below), although I attribute this more to them taking over 80% of our shots than to their skills, which are mostly good but not exceptional. But they were clearly the best options I had, so I kept feeding them. Goolsby got some chances when I was expecting certain kinds of defenses, but he still got significantly less than 10% of chances overall.
The awards for the first three me mystified about what standards are used. Sarwinski was first-team all-conference and conference MVP but honorable mention for the All-American team; Marquez was second-team all-conference but first-team All-American; and Grandy was first-team all-conference and second-team All-American.
So Marquez is judged to be the best point guard in the country, but not in the conference. Also, Sarwinski is judged to be the best player in the conference, but less good than Marquez and Grandy in nationwide voting.
Mainly I'm glad I had these good players. This is going to get harder when I have to rely on guys I actually recruit myself (i.e. next season).