Today's list is 100% John McCain approved. If you're not familiar with Legacy Maverick, it's a strategy dedicated to grinding opponents out with green and white cards, with a few extremely powerful metagame choices such as Karakas to shut down Show and Tell/reanimator and Thalia, Guardian of Thraben to capitalize on all of the Brainstorms in the format. Some people mistakenly categorize Maverick as a beatdown deck, but the real story is that nothing is in the deck strictly because it attacks well, though some of the creatures certainly do.
There really aren't enough cards available in Tiny Leaders to make a strong Selesnya Maverick deck, but there is a lot to be gained by going into Abzan. It just so happens that there is an Abzan Tiny Leader that has a random graveyard hosing ability, which give the deck some random percentages against things like Varolz, the Scar-Striped.
One of the big incentives to playing Anafenza is access to Knight of the Reliquary. There are a ton of non-basics that you can play to power up Knight, with the aforementioned Karakas being extremely powerful against some leaders. Tutoring for Wasteland is also quite powerful, and a miser's Gavony Township goes a long way as well.
There are a number of other powerful options for tutor-able lands, such as Dark Depths, Thespian's Stage and The Tabernacle at Pendrell Vale, but for the direction that I took the deck these were all omitted. This is my preferred list:
The power of this deck lies in the resiliency and the versatility. There are a ton of ways to recycle cards in the graveyard, with Recurring Nightmare + Eternal Witness being an absurd engine, and that's only the plan if the opponent can even survive your initial onslaught of Stoneforge Mystic of Dark Confidant into Anafenza.
The biggest downside to the deck is the mana, and it might even be right to just not run any basics. You'll find yourself losing to some random Blood Moons, but if the deck's mana doesn't otherwise perform, then the downside of being randomly hosed isn't as bad as the downside of the deck just not performing under normal conditions. Notably, there are a few black and white fetchlands currently omitted, and filling them in might just be the play.