Averaged 20.8 points a game as a senior while also leading the team in blocks.
The sharpshooting guard was the career BYU record holder in 3-pointers until Jonathan Tavernari passed him.
The four-year starter and one-time MWC player of the year is the older brother of Utah State star Tai Wesley.
Born in Talladega, Ala., the 6-foot-6 forward raced into the BYU spotlight as a sophomore and shot 55 percent from the field.
The talented forward, who played alongside Danny Ainge, logged 13 season in the NBA — including two for the Utah Jazz.
The Clearfield High graduate shot an amazing 56 percent from the field during his BYU career.
Played professionally for the Phoenix Suns and Indiana Pacers, he averaged 27.9 points per game in his senior season.
Also a former Celtics player, Smith is now a color analyst for the Los Angeles Clippers.
The former Celtic great — now president of basketball operations for Boston — held the career record for 30 years.
The Jimmer owns six of BYU’s top eight single-game scoring records.