BURN THE HORSE
The candidates are:
- Zack Graber - Two-year starter at point guard. He wasn't flashy but did a lot to make his teammates better. He also hit some big shots, including an East Division title clincher.
- Steven Moore - He was really the polar opposite of Graber in a lot of ways. But Moore could take over games at times. He also hit a couple of big finishers to win road games against Troy and Minnesota.
- Brandon Patterson - Patterson had so much promise when he transferred to UALR from Ole Miss. He played with a shoulder injury much of his time in Little Rock. He was a solid defender and distributor of the basketball.
- Solomon Bozeman - He probably fits more into the shooting guard spot where he hit one of the biggest shots in UALR history. But he had the ball in his hands so often it's difficult to leave him off this list. And he was at the point much more in the first of his two UALR seasons.
- D'Andre Williams - He had a slow start to his UALR career but blossomed into a solid scorer, distributor, rebounder and leader. At times during his senior year, Williams put a less talented team on his back and carried them.
Next week we'll look at shooting guards.