The majority of point guard minutes in Morgantown were occupied by Jordan McCabe and Brandon Knapper towards the end of last season, but now there's a new face in the mix. McBride is a former high school quarterback that flew under the radar in terms of recruiting due to an ankle injury suffered late in his career. He falls behind fellow freshman Jalen Bridges and Oscar Tshiebwe in most consensus rankings, but that doesn't mean McBride won't have a chance to be the biggest fantasy contributor from the class. His biggest strength is arguably his defensive prowess, which would fit perfectly in the full-court press run by the Mountaineers, especially considering the fact Bob Huggins will run a deep rotation when he's afforded that luxury. McBride showed he was a capable rebounder and scorer at the high school level, and if that translates in any capacity, he could achieve fantasy relevance in Big 12-only formats if given the minutes.