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If you look in a dictionary for the definition of the word "loaded," you might find a picture of the UNLV frontcourt there for reference.
Mike Moser is a double-double machine who had a monster redshirt sophomore year (6'8", 210 lbs; 14.0 ppg, 10.5 rpg, 2.3 apg, 1.9 spg, 1.0 bpg) for the Rebels.
Moser is definitely the kind of player around who second-year head coach Dave Rice can build this year's Rebels.
UNLV has the last two No. 1 PF's in the country on their roster.
Fab freshman Anthony Bennett (6'8", 240 lbs) has a college-ready body and possesses a great combination of power and finesse.
No one quite knows how good Pitt transfer Khem Birch (6'9", 220 lbs) can become. He is an excellent shot-blocker with a huge upside.
If need be, Rice can also bring in Carlos Lopez (6'11", 215 lbs; 5.4 ppg, 2.7 rpg) and Quintrell Thomas (6'8", 245 lbs) off the bench.
If they can put all the pieces together, UNLV can be one of the best teams not only in the West, but in the entire nation.