2. Jimmer Fredette
College Per Game Stats: 18.7 points, 2.6 rebounds, 3.7 assists
College Career Totals: 2599 points (2nd in school history), 515 assists, 296 threes made (3rd all time in Mountain West Conference History)
NCAA Scoring Leader (2011)
Senior CLASS Award (2011)
MWC Player of the Year (2011)
Third-Team All-American (2010)
Consensus First-Team All-American (2011)
National College Player of the Year (2011)
Why vote for him?
Jimmer had a very impeccable career at BYU. He got many accolades, scored a lot of points and even made it to a Sweet 16. Had Brandon Davies not been suspended they could have had a chance at a Final Four. Even though he did not win any Mountain West Tournaments, he did upset San Diego State in a big matchup vs Kawhi Leonard in the Marriott Center.
Jimmer Mania was a thing for a reason. He was pulling up from 40 feet and was a big topic of conversation on SportsCenter. Because of him all BYU fans after him would throw up shots in the backyard yelling “Jimmer!”
Vote for Jimmer if you are a fan of a player who shines in terms of individual talent especially in his senior season.
15 Tyler Haws
College Per Game Stats: 19.6 points, 4.3 rebounds, 1.8 assists
College Career Totals: 2720 points (most in BYU History), 257 assists, 593 rebounds
At Lone Peak High school he was a 2x Utah Mr. Basketball (2008-2009)
3x First Team All-WCC (2013-2015)
WCC Player of the Year (2015)
Why vote for him?
Tyler is statistically just as good if not better than Jimmer. While the WCC didn’t have the same level of competition as the Mountain West at the time Jimmer was playing, Haws was still recognized as the best player in the conference and scored the most points in BYU history.
If you like guys that can give your team plenty of points and rebounds to fill up the box score, go with Tyler.