This is a fascinating team, from the standpoint of being a complete unknown to any of us. Let's start with DuJuan Gordon. If he can fix his three-point shooting, which he tried to do over the summer, then he could be a go-to guy. Better perimeter shooting would set up his proven ability to attack the basket. Gordon is a key piece of what Cuonzo Martin wants to do offensively: Push the pace, then spread the floor to create attacking lanes.
Although Kobe Brown and Javon Pickett are the only returning Tigers who played roles on last year's team, Boogie Coleman and Amari Davis (like Gordon) bring lots of experience from other programs. Sean Durugordon has been working with the team since the second semester of last season and his tool set is a good fit for what Martin wants to do.
That could help speed the team's development.
On paper, anyway, the Tigers seem to have a lot of guys who can distribute the ball from the point or the wing. And they have guys who can guard multiple positions, so they should be able to pressure the ball.
As for their inside play . . . well, there aren't as many options there. The Tigers will need to keep Brown out of foul trouble.