[Larry W. Kane for Shaw Media]
The Panthers seem to have pieces that fit perfectly together, with four senior guards circling around 6-foot-9 post Connor McCance.
McCance made huge strides last year, and continues to take steps forward. He was a dominant presence early against Kankakee Thursday. McCance had a handful of dunks and a was a presence defensively with three blocks in the first half of a 55-49 win.
"His demeanor, his shot-blocking, his presence around the rim, it gives everybody around him confidence because you have to collapse," Oswego coach Chad Pohlmann said of McCance.
"Jack does what he does with the shooting, Kobe [Adams] drives, it's opening up so much stuff now for us because he's got a game now that he's fully confident in his ability. He always had it, but he knows now that he can make plays. It's fun to watch."