PG: Speed, Passing, Ball Handling, Stamina, Athleticism, Work Ethic, FT%, Defense, Perimeter (In my opinion really only has to be improvable)
SG: Speed, Athleticism, Perimeter, Ball Handling, Work Ethic, Stamina, Passing, Defense, FT%
SF: Athleticism/Speed, Rebounding, Perimeter, Work Ethic, FT%, Low Post, Stamina, Defense, Ball Handling/Passing
PF/C(Are usable Interchangeably): Rebounding, Athleticism, Speed, FT%/Perimeter, Low Post, Shot Blocking, Defense. (At the lower levels any Ball Handling and/or Passing is viewed as a bonus)
Recruits do come into college with an IQ knowledge, Freshmen come in with anywhere from an F to a B- in a set. Most coaches take the IQ a player has as a bonus. You can find out where there IQs might be by calling recruits HS coaches and/or using Scouting Trips.
Low Post means absolutely nothing for any player playing at a guard position. Shot Blocking is pretty much meaningless for guards also.
Some coaches will disagree with me on the importance of Perimeter in Big Men. I feel it opens up my game for all of my players and really helps when teams play negative D settings on me as my big men can step out and hit the 12-15 footers, along with the occasional 3-pointer.