No real surprises here. Vasquez is still clearly the best offensive threat this team has but Milbourne and Bowie can be threats, if inconsistently. Tucker is a significantly better offensive option off the bench than any other guard at the moment. His numbers are probably inflated by the two UNC games but he is in a bit of an offensive groove right now and when he starts hot he can do real damage. Dave Neal isn't nearly the offensive threat he would seem to be if you just watched the Wake Forest game. Neal's offensive abilities are rather one dimensional but he can be productive when teams key on Vasquez and let him drift out to the perimeter. Mosley is still struggling to produce on offense but his strengths are on defense and rebounding (as you'll see in a moment.) Gregory is a non-factor on offense and clearly the worst regular rotation player at scoring.
You can probably throw out the Dupree and Kim numbers, though I don't think either of them are bad rebounders. Their paltry playing time inflates the few rebounds they grab but for a bean pole Kim doesn't do a half bad job rebounding. Mosley shows his worth in this statistic with a very impressive number, even better than the starting "forwards" on the team. Neal and Milbourne are not great rebounders so their stats are what I would expect though Milbourne should probably do better than he does with his physical ability. Gregory has a surprisingly low number for a player who should be all about hustle, defense and rebounding. Bowie is a great rebounder for his size and Vasquez grabs what you'd expect from a 6-5 guard. Tucker and Hayes are not particularly disposed to grabbing rebounds either in body frame or instincts.
This is a stat you'd expect Vasquez to lead the team in and he does so comfortably. Interesting that Hayes and Bowie are at the same level plus Bowie is far better at driving the lane. Based on where they play in the offense Mosley and Tucker are not going to have high numbers. Tucker is more a wing and Mosley is playing more inside these days but I'd say they are about equal.
Surprised Vasquez was not at the top? Bowie's decision making with the ball is his only drawback as a point guard. His lack of outside shooting makes him more suited to that position than the "two" guard. As you saw above his assist totals are fine but he needs to cut down on the turnovers, often charges. Vasquez is high because of the risks he takes trying to make a play but his ability to break down defenses is worth the extra half turnover you give up instead of someone like Hayes who doesn't provide many opportunities for his teammates. Clearly Dave Neal's steady play and low turnover rate are what earns him minutes, along with his shooting. He doesn't handle the ball as much as some other players so it is a little skewed but he does have better numbers than Gregory or Milbourne. You shouldn't turn the ball over much when you mostly shoot jumpers and set screens but he does a good job not turning the ball over willy nilly.