The Aztecs had four players receive votes as All-Mountain West performers, with Flynn being selected to the First Team, junior guard Matt Mitchell voted to the Second Team, senior forward Yanni Wetzell voted to Third Team and guard K.J. Feagin being named honorable mention.
Flynn, a 6-foot-1 transfer from Washington State, averaged 17.6 points, 4.4 rebounds and 5.1 assists this season and received nine of a possible 11 votes for Player of the Year and for Newcomer of the Year with Nevada junior guard Jalen Harris, a transfer from Louisiana Tech, receiving the other two votes for both awards. Flynn also received votes as the league’s top defender.
Flynn and Harris were joined on the All-Mountain West First Team by Utah State’s Sam Merrill, last year’s media Player of the Year, UNLV sophomore guard Bryce Hamilton and Boise State guard Justinian Jessup, who this season became the league’s all-time 3-point field goal leader.