Sporting News' College Basketball All-America Team
G James Anderson, junior, Oklahoma State. As he fought off an early shooting slump, Anderson became a more varied scorer. Again making jumpers, he's putting up cartoonish numbers.
G Scottie Reynolds, senior, Villanova. Once mostly a hot-or-not scorer, Reynolds mastered the pick-and-roll and became the driving force of a consistently overwhelming offensive machine.
G Evan Turner, junior, Ohio State. He missed six games because of a broken back, but his contributions as a scorer, rebounder and playmaker outweighed his absence.
G Greivis Vasquez, senior, Maryland. After finding his way back from a dreadful start, Vasquez dominated opponents with his scoring, passing and will to win.
G John Wall, freshman, Kentucky. Though he could have excelled relying just on his extreme physical advantages, he showed leadership and maturity in reviving Kentucky.
G Sherron Collins, senior, Kansas
G Jon Scheyer, senior, Duke
F Damion James, senior, Texas
F Wesley Johnson, junior, Syracuse
F/C DeMarcus Cousins, freshman, Kentucky
G Jordan Crawford, sophomore, Xavier
G Jimmer Fredette, junior, BYU
G Jacob Pullen, junior, Kansas State
F Darington Hobson, junior, New Mexico
C Luke Harangody, senior, Notre Dame
G Jerome Randle, senior, California
G Devan Downey, senior, South Carolina
G Malcolm Delaney, junior, Virginia Tech
G Matt Bouldin, senior, Gonzaga
G Tweety Carter, senior, Baylor
G Andy Rautins, senior, Syracuse
G Trevon Hughes, senior, Wisconsin
G/F Austin Freeman, junior, Georgetown
F Lazar Hayward, senior, Marquette
F Kyle Singler, junior, Duke