This is probably similar to trying to figure out who our MVP was, but I wanted to see what everyone thought. I apologize if this has been posted already, if so just ignore. This group of seniors was easily my favorite group in the past decade (could be the understatement of the year). Chris Babb â€“ Obviously our defensive specialist, but really grew into a nice 3 pt. option. He drove me nuts when he shot 3â€™s in his Jr. season, but loved to watch him launch it in his senior year. I always felt like he was going to hit a big 3 for us down the stretch. His feed me attitude was awesome, and really got Hilton going. I would have hated it had he been playing for the other team, but since he was for the good guys it worked. Tyrus McGee â€“ 46.4% not sure I need to say more but I will. He did more than hit big 3â€™s, it always seemed like he would come up with a big steal, blocked shot, or a hustle play to change the momentum in a game. His hitting jump shots from inside the arc at Baylor this year really put us over the top to get the quality road win we needed. Also loved the mentality when CFH left him out there too long during garbage minutes in the TCU blow out, and he buries two 3â€™s early in the shot clock. Averaging 3 RPG during conference play isnâ€™t bad for a subbing guard either. Will Clyburn â€“ Early on it didnâ€™tâ€™ seem like the effort was always there, but he increased his scoring and rebounding during conference play. Lead the team in scoring and second in rebounding. He was the quietest 15 ppg scorer I can remember. Even over Niang, I think he was our biggest source of CFH mismatches during the season. Felt like he was always good for a 6 â€“ 8 point run every game. Korie Lucious â€“ Struggled early but finished the regular season strong. Nearly 6 APG. He was unbelievable at setting guys up, and just had the â€œitâ€ factor that some PGâ€™s have for passing. Looking at the Morris highlights, looks like Man-Man may have the same factor. Wish Lucious wouldnâ€™t have struggled with turnovers in post season play, but he must have been hurt. Anthony Booker â€“ Not really on the same level as the other 4, but Booker made some nice contributions late in the year. He had an unbelievable first half of the Kansas home game last year, and kept us in position for the refs to steal it from us. That was longer than I intended, but thought those guys deserved one last tribute before the new season begins shortly!