Ashaolu could afford to have off nights and get lost in the mix last year with Kyle Gibson, Jamel Guyton and Magnum Rolle around. But the 6-7 Ashaolu still shot 53 percent from the field for 11 ppg. He's the leading returning rebounder at 8.1 per game over the course of the season last year, which was fourth in the WAC. We will see more from his offensive game this year, but he was in double figures in 19 games and he had 10 double-doubles. He led the team with 175 rebounds on the defensive end, which was better than Rolle's 166.
No. 10 — Nevada's frontcourt trio of forwards Olek Czyz, Dario Hunt and Malik Story
No. 9 — Boise State senior forward Daequon Montreal