Florida State's backcourt will have a complete turnover with MJ Walker, RayQuan Evans and Nathanael Jack graduating and Scottie Barnes a lottery pick.
Incoming super freshmen Jaren Warley and Matthew Cleveland will get major minutes immediately, but bringing in Caleb Mills provides the team an insurance policy and allows Warley/Cleveland more space to develop on their own time, if needed. I'd expect Mills to get similar minutes to his freshman year at Houston (low-mid 20s).
This is still such a bizarre situation to me. I recall Caleb Mills being the man in Houston, and always the go-to guy when they needed a bucket, and I remember him being really good the times we played them. How does a guy like that get to his sophomore year and suddenly not get minutes? This young man has a really bright future, and I hope whatever issues he had in Houston are resolved, and that he gets his shot to go to the next level with a fresh start. God knows he has the talent for it.