As the season progresses further and folks look at draft prospects and placements especially in this 2014 draft class which appears to be super loaded - For me there is no doubt both of these guys certainly have the gifts and ability to play at the next level. However if there was ever a year to hang back and work on your game one additional season at Cuse it would be this season for both of them. It doesn't take much to slide up and down the draft boards and although it is possible they rise like Dion and MCW did in a draft this deep it is just as likely they slide down. It is near impossible to land a guarantee in the 1st round. Who am I to say these guys should turn away millions of dollars but in the case of Grant and Ennis is just appears that staying would do nothing but help each of them fine tune their games. Grant from a mid range to long range shooting and overall ball handling perspective and Ennis a bit more work on his outside game and just overall strength when finishing at the rim. Selfishly I hope both return for 14-15 for 1 more run with the addition of Joseph and McCullough to the mix of a roster with (Ennis, Cooney, Christmas, Coleman, Grant,Mike G, Roberson, Johnson, Patterson, Obokoh, Joseph and McCullough) and likely 4 slots for 15-16 with 2 occupied by Malachi and Lydon and 2 TBD with Grant and Ennis most likely moving on and maybe one additional if McCullough is all that we expect him to be - Bryant/Jones and Diagne and maybe Briscoe looming in the mix in that "Super" Class. These are exciting days for Orange Nation and the future appears to be very bright - I hope each make sound educated decisions in terms of their futures and not led into tossing away a change to expand and grow their games and wind up in bouncing around the globe searching for a roll - both appear to have very bright futures but you really want to avoid a slide into the 2nd unguaranteed round (ask Kris Joseph) where he became a cap # and not a player or person.