Our experts had 20-20 vision when it came time to determine the best point guard in the country.
Maryland's Kristi Toliver and Connecticut's Renee Montgomery -- a couple of 5-foot-7 senior guards who both sport No. 20 on their uniforms -- garnered all of the support from ESPN.com's contributors as we prepared to name the nation's top point guard as part of our season preview.
So did Toliver or Montgomery emerge as our ultimate pick in ESPN.com's top five players per position? And which one would you cast your vote for? (See poll at right.)
Take a side-by-side look below at the players' stats and accolades, then check out what
ESPN.com columnists Graham Hays and Mechelle Voepel had to say about Toliver, who helped lead Maryland to the 2006 NCAA title, and Montgomery, whose Huskies open this season as the unanimous No. 1 team in the country.