Who is the best shooting guard in the Steve Shields era at UALR?

We've found our top point guard. Now we look at shooting guards.
This has been a problematic area at times throughout the years. But there are some solid candidates.

Brandon Freeman - Took over the majority of playing time after Nick Zachery left the team during Coach Steve Shields' first season. And Freeman, who has been a mainstay as a pro in Belgium, had a nice career.

Terrance Akins - Junior college transfer who was a lights out shooter. Probably didn't ultimately meet the high expectations placed on him. UALR was dissapointing both of his seasons on campus.

Steven Moore - He was also on the point guard ballot. Moore wanted to be a point guard but seemed better suited to play the 2 guard position. He hit a couple of clutch game winners at Minnesota and Troy.

Solomon Bozeman - Again, he was on the point guard ballot. But he was at his best when D'Andre Williams ran the point and he was able to work from the 2 position. He hit one of the biggest shots in UALR history, beating North Texas at the buzzer to send UALR to the NCAA Tournament. He was also first team all-Sun Belt Conference and the league's player of the year.

Matt Mouzy - Overachieved as a walk-on and hit tons of big shots at UALR. No shot in his career was bigger than a late three-pointer against North Texas in the Sun Belt Tournament championship game.

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