Top 5 Small Forwards in the WCC

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March 6, 2013; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Portland Pilots guard Kevin Bailey (00) during player introductions against the Loyola Marymount Lions before the game of the WCC Basketball Championships at Orleans Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

In today’s installment of the top 5 series, we look at the small forwards. Here is who our staff thought was the cream of the crop in the WCC as wing players.

*NOTE: These top 5 rankings were voted on by all members of our staff. West Coast Convo’s correspondents from Gonzaga, Portland, San Francisco, Saint Mary’s, Loyola Marymount, and BYU all cast there votes for these lists. Just to be clear to our viewers.

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Topics: Basketball, BYU Cougars, Gonzaga Bulldogs, Loyola Marymount Lions, Pacific Tigers, Pepperdine Waves, Portland Pilots, Saint Mary's Gaels, San Diego Toreros, San Francisco Dons, Santa Clara Broncos, WCC

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  • Yootahman

    I thought it was a legit list until I saw who you had featured at #3 on the list, then I realized this was all TIC. Sharp isn’t even the #3 SF on his own team. His best game of the year last year came in a game when he went virtually unguarded by the opposing team.

    He’s WAY too inconsistent and too timid offensively. He won’t even start for BYU. I’m guessing a friend must have hacked your account and posted Josh Sharp as a joke to make you look bad. Hahaha! Tell your friend that’s a good one!

  • joshhorton

    Small forward is a VERY weak position for the conference. There are not a lot of players that you could vote for on this list. It’s Dickerson, Bailey and then a crapshoot from there on to be honest.