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Angelo Roncalli
03-27-2007, 09:06 AM
The AP All-America teams


First team

Player (school) Ht Wt Yr 1T Pts

Kevin Durant (Texas) 6-9 225 Fr. 72 360
Alando Tucker (Wisconsin) 6-6 205 Sr. 64 344
Acie Law IV (Texas A&M) 6-3 195 Sr. 59 320
Arron Afflalo (UCLA) 6-5 215 Jr. 52 304
Greg Oden (Ohio State) 7-0 280 Fr. 34 263


SECOND TEAM

Nick Fazekas (Nevada) 6-11 240 Sr. 33 252
Tyler Hansbrough (UNC) 6-9 245 So. 20 213
Chris Lofton (Tennessee) 6-2 200 Jr. 5 174
Jared Dudley (Boston College) 6-7 225 Sr. 3 140
Joakim Noah (Florida) 6-11 230 Jr. 3 100

Third team

Jeff Green (Georgetown) 6-9 235 Jr. 1 99
Al Horford (Florida) 6-10 245 Jr. 2 88
Aaron Brooks (Oregon) 6-0 160 Sr. 2 83
Al Thornton (Florida State) 6-8 220 Sr. 3 61
Aaron Gray (Pittsburgh) 7-0 270 Sr. 2 53

Honorable mention

Morris Almond (Rice); D.J. Augustin (Texas); Jahsha Bluntt (Delaware State); Mario Boggan (Oklahoma State); Corey Brewer (Florida); Derrick Byars (Vanderbilt); Jaycee Carroll (Utah State); Darren Collison (UCLA); Mike Conley Jr. (Ohio State); Chris Daniels (Texas A&M-Corpus Christi).

Glen Davis (LSU); Sean Denison (Santa Clara); Chris Douglas-Roberts (Memphis); Zabian Dowdell (Virginia Tech); A.J. Graves (Butler); Caleb Green (Oral Roberts); Taurean Green (Florida); Adam Haluska (Iowa); Roy Hibbert (Georgetown); Kyle Hines (UNC Greensboro).

Ibrahim Jaaber (Pennsylvania); Jarrius Jackson (Texas Tech); Dominic James (Marquette); Trey Johnson (Jackson State); Jared Jordan (Marist); Stephane Lasme (Massachusetts); Bo McCalebb (New Orleans); Javier Mojica (Central Connecticut State); Drew Neitzel (Michigan State); Demetris Nichols (Syracuse).

Aaron Nixon (Long Beach State); David Patten (Weber State); Courtney Pigram (East Tennessee State); Derek Raivio (Gonzaga); Drake Reed (Austin Peay); Arizona Reid (High Point); Brandon Rush (Kansas); Keith Simmons (Holy Cross); Sean Singletary (Virginia); Loren Stokes (Hofstra).

Rodney Stuckey (Eastern Washington); Curtis Sumpter (Villanova); Jamaal Tatum (Southern Illinois); Romeo Travis (Akron); Jamar Wilson (Albany, N.Y.); DaShaun Wood (Wright State); Julian Wright (Kansas); Keena Young (BYU).

IrishBulldog
03-27-2007, 09:12 AM
That's a great accomplishment.

Nevtelen
03-27-2007, 09:17 AM
Glad Derek is on there, but, um, wow. Dennison over Derek is looking kinda dumb. And Dennison over Stuckey? That's just being ignorant.

229SintoZag
03-27-2007, 09:20 AM
Glad Derek is on there, but, um, wow. Dennison over Derek is looking kinda dumb. And Dennison over Stuckey? That's just being ignorant.

I think the honorable mentions are just listed alphabetically.

Nevtelen
03-27-2007, 10:18 AM
Ah. I was taking the line-breaks as indicative of "higher" ranking or something. My bad. :o

cggonzaga
03-27-2007, 01:39 PM
Is it just me or does that many honorable mention AA's not mean that much?

former1dog
03-27-2007, 01:56 PM
Is it just me or does that many honorable mention AA's not mean that much?


Probably just you. By my count, there are between 3500 to 4000 Div 1 basketball players, not to mention all the other Divisions and NAIA. I would guess most would love to have the honor of an honorable mention AA.

BobZag
03-27-2007, 02:35 PM
Congrats to Derek.

Aaron Gray is way overrated.

Nevtelen
03-27-2007, 02:43 PM
I commented on that before the season (Aaron Gray, that is). I think the tourney has bourne my opinion out. He's a decent player and all, just not nearly as good as the hype around him, sort of like Killingsworth last year.

cggonzaga
03-27-2007, 03:30 PM
"Probably just you. By my count, there are between 3500 to 4000 Div 1 basketball players, not to mention all the other Divisions and NAIA. I would guess most would love to have the honor of an honorable mention AA."


I agree most would love to have the honor but what does it really mean? You were put on a list with 65 other guys. I'm sure there's another 200 that deserve it every bit as much. Personally I think it's a nice honor but a little ridiculous. Name 25 and leave it at that.