"He's a catalyst as far as handling the ball," Herbert said of Kincaid.
Herbert said he moved Kincaid to point guard two seasons ago to allow former Black Eagle standout Pierria Henry more opportunities to score.
"Ever since then, he's just been unreal," Herbert said. "He's a great defender. You won't find a better defender. He does a super job. He understands the game."
Herbert said Kincaid's greatest skill lies within assist-to-turnover ratio. Last year, Kincaid averaged just one turnover, while contributing 7.5 assists per game.
"That's huge to have a point guard that takes care of the ball like that, especially at our pace, our frantic pace," Herbert said. "He's got to make quick decisions on the dime. He's got to decide what to do very quickly, because we do try to get the ball up and down the floor."
While SC boasts one of the state's top guards, the team lacks a true post, though several forwards will be used in the interior.
"We can run just about anybody in the post," Herbert said. "We run what's called an open-post offense. We just call it open, and you really don't have any post players in there. There's a lot of cuts and screens like that, and we do have an offense where we do throw it inside quite a bit.
"What we do in our program is look for mismatches and we put the two guys or one guy inside, depending on what we're running, that we feel like we have the best match up to score in there."
Herbert said among those who will share the inside roles include, Williams, Reese, Moles, Brown and Cunningham.
With a heap of senior leadership that spills into a loaded bench, SC's ready for yet another run at the state tournament, and title.
"The teams I've been around that are loaded with seniors seem to do a little bit better in crunch time just because there's so many older kids on the team," Herbert said. "I wouldn't be surprised to see that work out this year."