Gonzaga's Kevin Pangos, BYU's Matt Carlino, LMU's Anthony Ireland and San Diego's Christopher Anderson are each all-conference candidates, but Walters made a case for his own point guard, four-year starter Cody Doolin, as the best of the group.
"He may not look like a player when he walks on the floor and he's not going to wow you with his size and his body, but the bottom line is he has led our team to so many victories," Walters said. "All the game-winning shots and game-winning plays he has made, I would not pick anyone over him."
Given Walters' glowing praise for Doolin, you can imagine how distraught the USF coach must be about losing his point guard. USF announced Tuesday night that the senior is leaving the basketball team for personal reasons but will remain enrolled in school and is scheduled to receive his degree inRead More »from Cody Doolin’s unexpected departure could set San Francisco back a year