THE GOOD NEWS: The good news will be if G John Jenkins decides to return for his senior season. Jenkins was four points shy of setting a school single-season scoring record as well as averaging 20 points a game. THE BAD NEWS: If Jenkins doesn't return, the Commodores will be looking replacing all five starters next season. Unless coach Kevin Stallings has a big spring signing period, there doesn't appear to be a lot of help on the way either. KEY RETURNEES: Jenkins, obviously, will be the big returnee, but Vandy also unveiled a couple of freshmen guards who showed promise in Kedren Johnson and Dai-Jon Parker. Both played in all 36 games. F Rod Odom also played in all 36 games with two starts. PLAYER NOTES:
--G John Jenkins came up four points short in his bid to set a single-season scoring record for Vandy. He managed only 13 points in the NCAA loss to Wisconsin to end up with 696 points. Billy McCaffrey's mark of 699 thus stands. Jenkins did tie Shan Foster for the school and SEC single-season records for 3-pointers with 134 for the year.
--G/F Jeffery Taylor ended his career with 1,897 points, No. 2 all-time in Vandy history. The all-time leader is Shan Foster with 2,011 points.
--G Brad Tinsley finished with 482 assists, No. 2 all-time behind record-holder Atiba Prater (517).
--C Festus Ezeli, who missed 10 games because of a suspension and injuries, finished the year with 87 blocked shots, giving 204 for his career. That is the fifth highest in Vandy history.