Story could be scary if he shows a little consistency in his second year at Nevada. Look at Nevada's WAC Tournament last year. He was 11 for 14, 6 for 6 from 3 for 34 points in a first round win over Fresno State. He was 9 for 16 and 3 for 9 for 22 points in the quarterfinal loss to New Mexico State. He seems like a volume shooter. His 400 field goal attempts last year were considerably more than anyone else on the team. Deonte Burton was second with 303. There wasn't as big a difference in conference play but his 3-point attempts nearly doubled Burton and his percentage dipped from 39 percent to 30 percent. I think his role on this team is very clearly defined. He's not a good defender and when you have more turnovers than assists, I don't think it's a good sign. But I think he enters the season as the second best pure scorer behind Zane Johnson.
No. 6 — Hawaii junior center Vander Joaquim
No. 7 — Nevada senior forward Olek Czyz
No. 8 — New Mexico State senior point guard Hernst Laroche
No. 9 — Idaho junior center Kyle Barone
No. 10 — Utah State senior point guard Brockeith Pane