Scottie Reynolds is the clear top choice. He was great from Day One and never stopped being great.
Whether is was scoring 40 points in Storrs against UConn as a freshman, or hitting the game-winning shot against Pitt to reach the Final Four, Reynolds just did whatever it took.
He was the 2006-07 Big east Rookie of the Year. He was All-Big East all four years. He was First-Team All-America in 2009-10.
Reynolds is the second-leading scorer in Villanova history with 2,222 points, and he is in the top-10 in assists and steals as well. Reynolds should go down as one of the greatest Wildcats of all time.
Villanova has a great guard tradition, and this doesn't even touch on the great shooting guards. The Wildcats have won more games as the lower-seeded team than any other school in NCAA Tournament history, and their point guards are a huge reason why.