Villanova will defend it's National Championship without Tournament Most Outstanding Player Donte Divincenzo. The super Sophomore has reportedly decided to sign with an agent and remain in the NBA Draft. NBA exects believe Divincenzo has first round abilities to both defend and provide offense. So what does this mean for former UAlbany standout and Scotia native Joe Cremo?

Joe Cremo decided to finish his college career as a grad transfer to Villanova. With Divincenzo no longer in the mix one has to believe Cremo's role with the team just expanded. Any questions about his place with the Wildcats have to be a lot easier to answer. Playing time for Cremo must have just went up A LOT.

According to an article from Yahoo.com:

“I’m more than just a shooter,” DiVincenzo told Yahoo Sports during the combine. “I want to show teams that I can do more. Playing point guard is one big thing that teams want to see — if I can control the tempo, get into the offense, get shots and pocket passes.

“Teams that I’ve spoken to, it’s been all positive and going in the right direction. I believe the range teams see me as is a late first-round pick, so if I can keep growing and keep rising, that’s perfect for me.”