There was no question last year as the Aggies had two players who could both create their own shot and showed the ability to knock them down. Jahmar Young had two game winners last year and Gibson knocked down the game winner on the road at Boise State and has hit big shots throughout his career.
Now the Aggies' top players are post oriented, meaning someone has to get them the ball in order to do their damage. Wendell McKines hit a big 3 from the top of the key against Nevada as a sophomore and Hamidu Rahman hit clutch free throws against San Jose State as a freshman. But when the defense is set, I think McKines and Rahman would be better served hitting the boards rather than drawing something up for them at the end of a game. Troy Gillenwater's versatility and range could create a 3 or a jumper or he can get to the rim if there is enough time.
But my choice is Hernst Laroche. Laroche hit the game winner last year at home against Louisiana Tech at the horn and his jump shot has consistently improved throughout his career. The Aggies do a lot of pick and pop offense so if the shot isn't there for him, Laroche has no problems creating an opportunity for someone else, making him more dangerous.
Who would you go to with the game on the line? Sub-question for those of you who have been around longer than me.....who is the best clutch Aggie in program history?