Gonzaga's players: the top-10 rotation

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Adam Morrison

Forward, 6-8, Jr.

Fearless slasher is one of the nation’s best scorers

J.P. Batista

Center-forward, 6-9, Sr.

Strong Brazilian debuted well, faded in NCAA tourney

Derek Raivio

Guard, 6-3, Jr.

Broke out in 2004-05 with 46 percent on 3s, 90 percent on FTs

Erroll Knight

Guard, 6-7, Sr.

Glue guy must stay healthy, improve offense

Sean Mallon

Forward, 6-9, Jr.

Added strength could help around basket

Josh Heytvelt

Forward, 6-11, Fr.

Talented enough to crack starting lineup

David Pendergraft

Guard-forward, 6-6, So.

High-energy guy shot .556 as a freshman

Pierre Marie Altidor-Cespedes

Guard, 6-0, So.

Athletic body; must use it within the system

Nathan Doudney

Guard, 6-4, Sr.

Ex-Texas Tech player is a shooter back from 2004 knee injury

Jeremy Pargo

Guard, 6-2, Fr.

Few calls him most-sought GU signee ever