There has to be space for the best returning 3-point shooter from last year. But the Arizona transfer is also the WAC's leading returning scorer and 3-point shooter from last year. Johnson's 15.8 ppg was fourth last year. His 41 percent shooting from 3 last year was fifth and his 3.2 made 3s per game led the league. Johnson probably isn't a complete offensive player but I don't think he's just a spot up shooter. He could also be more versatile with some better pieces around him but down the stretch of a close game or if Hawaii has to shoot itself back into a game, there isn't a better player in the WAC this year to do so.
No. 4 — Nevada senior center Dario Hunt
No. 5 — Nevada junior guard Malik Story
No. 6 — Hawaii junior center Vander Joaquim
No. 7 — Nevada senior center forward Olek Czyz
No. 8 — New Mexico State senior point guard Hernst Laroche
No. 9 — Idaho junior center Kyle Barone
No. 10 — Brockeith Pane, Utah State senior point guard