Utes coach Larry Krystkowiak has a pretty good idea who his starters are, he's just not sure.
Utah went with Glen Dea, Jarred DuBois, Jordan Loveridge, Jason Washburn and Cedric Martin in last week's exhibition win over Simon Fraser. The group worked well together as the Utes blew out the Clan 71-36.
That group seems to be a pretty good bet to start on Friday night in the season-opener against Willamette. The only two candidates with Aaron Dotson out with a stress fracture appears to be freshman guard Justin Seymour and sophomore center Dallin Bachynski.
Bachynski has proven to be a major surprise, with his athleticism and shot-blocking. Seymour has the potential to be one of Utah's best scorers. He could also be the best rebounder of the Ute guards.
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