The following table represents the shot profiles of all the relevant players in the UConn rotation:
Vital has put up the most true shooting attempts through six games followed by Carlton and Gilbert. Given Gaffney's lack of playing time and lack of aggressiveness with regards to looking for his shot, it is no surprise that he has shot less than half as many true shooting attempts as the next closest player in the rotation. Below is a plot that compares efficiency, in the form of true shooting percentage, and volume, in the form of true shooting attempts:
This information should be taken with an extremely sizable grain of salt, given the lack of game time in this split. Bouknight and Adams have shot extremely well at the end of games. Given they are both perimeter based players, this will regress some. Vital has taken his game to another level during this time. Carlton and Gilbert lead the team in volume at the end of games, yet they have been two of the least efficient players in this spot. I would imagine the two of them will have a little more luck finding the bottom of the basket as the season goes on.
Thank you to Luke Benz and his ncaahoopR package for making it easy to scrape the play-by-play data