You know these guys if you watched college basketball closely last year, but expect them to be even more prominent in 2018-19.

Here are six breakout candidates for the coming season.

G Joshua Langford, Michigan State

Langford is the prototypical two-guard in today’s game. He’s a three-dimensional scorer who can shoot from deep, mid-range and get to the rim. Langford was a role player as a freshman and sophomore, but Michigan State will need him to shoot more as a junior.

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He does that well. Langford drained 40.4 percent of his 3s as a sophomore and 41.6 percent as a freshman. He’s not the most explosive athlete but has nice positional size (6-5) and has enough shake to separate from defenders off of screens.

Now, we mentioned before that Langford can get to the rim. That’s true, but he needs to improve his dribble-drive game. Langford was uber-efficient from deep last year, but he only shot 42.9 percent overall. His floater game is developing, but could use some refinement. Langford can beat defenders off the bounce but he doesn’t always know what to do once he arrives in the lane.

Langford is going to have way more scoring opportunities with Miles Bridges and Jaren Jackson gone, though. He seems up to the task based on what he’s shown thus far.

F P.J. Washington, Kentucky

Washington’s situation is different than Langford’s. Kentucky is more talented than Michigan State. Washington might get more shots; he might not. The Wildcats will likely pair him in the fronctourt with Reid Travis, who averaged 19.5 points for Stanford last year.