The 2010-11 U.S. Basketball Writers Association has named Ohio State freshman Jared Sullinger a first team All-American. The forward from Ohio State is joined in the frontcourt by fellow Big-Ten member Jujuan Johnson (Purdue). The first team is rounded out by BYU’s Jimmer Fredette, Duke’s Nolan Smith and UConn’s Kemba Walker.
Sullinger is the second Buckeye in as many years to be named a first team All-American following Evan Turner’s selection last year. Sullinger averaged 17 points and 10 rebounds a game for the top ranked Ohio State Buckeyes. The freshman accumulated 17 double-doubles throughout the season and had numerous dominant performances including his 40 point, 13 rebound outburst against IUPUI and his 30 point, 19 rebound effort against South Carolina.
The second team consists of two seniors, a junior and two sophomores -- Kenneth Faried out of Morehead State, Jordan Hamilton of Texas, Ben Hansbrough from Notre Dame, Marcus Morris of Kansas and Arizona’s Derick Williams.
The USBWA’s Player of the Year will be announced on Monday, March 28 and presented on Friday, April 1. In addition, the USBWA will announce its Coach of the Year on Monday, March 21.
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