Here Brian highlighted last year's minutes breakdown, at least from a defensive standpoint.
And so there's a logical progression here, now that we likely know the roster for next year. Here's Brian's chart from the above linked post, with:
- Greg Monroe removed
- Julian Vaughn's minutes moved to center and bumping him up tofull-time minutes
- Benimon's, Sims', Sanford's and Hollis' temporarily minutes removed, because that's what we're going to focus on
Here's what you get:
- Wright , Clark , TBD 
- Clark , Freeman , TBD 
- Freeman , TBD 
- TBD 
- Vaughn , TBD 
Guards: Sanford and Starks
Wings: Thompson and Benimon
Bigs: Sims, Lubick and Abraham
Let's take an easy early assumption to show why this team is going to play small: the guards will play the remaining minutes at the 1 and 2, the wings at the 3 and 4 (when we go small), and the bigs at the 4 & 5.
That leaves Sanford and Starks playing 3 minutes. This is less than Vee got last year -- and that's not including any time for the highly-touted Starks.
Hollis and Benimon with 14 minutes, around what Hollis and Benimon got by themselves. This seems unreasonable as well.
And it leaves 50 minutes for the bigs. Henry grabbed few minutes last year. So forty plus minutes for the freshmen or an increase in Henry's minutes isn't out of the question, but it does seem unlikely, especially given Moses' reported raw game.
If, instead we try to budget based more realistically on talent and restrict only on completely unreasonable positional assignments (e.g. Vee Sanford at PF), we get something a bit different:
Sanford/Starks: 17 minutes, all that remains at guard and SF.
Thompson/Benimon: 30 minutes, all effective at PF and around what they got together last year.
Bigs: 20 minutes at C and PF.
Leaving it to look something like this:
- Wright , Starks/Sanford 
- Clark  Starks/Sanford 
- Freeman , Clark 
- Thompson/Benimon , Assorted Unproven Bigs 
- Vaughn , Assorted Unproven Bigs 
- The Hoyas will play 3 guard between 33-40 minutes of the game this year unless Markel Starks is simply not as ready as expected.
- They'll have a wildly undersized PF for somewhere between half to almost all game, unless the unproven assorted bigs of Lubick, Sims & Ayegba have two breakout players.