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2008 High-Major All-Americans

March 25th, 2008 High Major Player of the Year: Gary Forbes (UMASS) High-Major All-American
G: Drew Lavender (Xavier)
G: Robert Vaden (UAB)
F: Gary Forbes (UMass)
F: Reggie Larry (Boise State)
F: Trent Plaisted (BYU) Second Team High-Major All-American
G: Eric Maynor (VCU)
G: Adam Emmenecker (Drake)
G: Jaycee Carroll (Utah State)
F: Will Thomas (George Mason )
F: Will Daniels (Rhode Island) Third Team High-Major All-American

2008 All-American Team

March 23rd, 2008 Player of the Year: Tyler Hansbrough (UNC) First-Team All-American
G: D.J. Augustin (Texas)
G: Chris Douglas-Roberts (Memphis)
F: Michael Beasley (Kansas State)
F: Tyler Hansbrough (North Carolina)
C: Kevin Love (UCLA) Second-Team All-American
G: Derrick Rose (Memphis)
G: Shan Foster (Vanderbilt)
F: D.J. White (Indiana)
F: Luke Harangody (Notre Dame)
C: Brook Lopez (Stanford) Third-Team All-American
G: Darren Collison (UCLA)

Mid-Season All-America Teams

January 3rd, 2008

Although the college basketball season is only a couple of months old, the start of the new year is a great time to reflect on which stars shined the brightest in 2007. Many of the names below are familiar to even a casual fan, while a few of the names are only known to the sport's most passionate followers. There may not be an Oden or Durant among the group, but there could be a couple of lottery picks in the years ahead, and several who will make an NBA roster. I present to you the best of 2007 (by position):


2007-08 Wooden Award Finalists

October 25th, 2007

All-America Team - Top 50 Candidates (Based on a preseason poll. Players listed alphabetically.)

Jeff Adrien 6-7 F Jr. Connecticut
Ryan Anderson 6-10 F So. California
D.J. Augustin 6-10 G So. Texas
Patrick Beverley 6-1 G So. Arkansas
Jon Brockman 6-7 F Jr. Washington
Chase Budinger 6-7 F So. Arizona
Jaycee Carroll 6-2 G Sr. Utah State
Mario Chalmers 6-1 G Jr. Kansas
Darren Collison 6-1 G Jr. UCLA
Brandon Costner 6-9 F So. NC State
Stephen Curry 6-0 G So. Davidson
Eric Devendorf 6-4 G Jr. Syracuse
Chris Douglas-Roberts 6-6 G Jr. Memphis

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CHN Preseason High-Major All-America Team

October 8th, 2007


Eric Maynor, G, Jr, VCU
Marcelus Kemp, G, Sr, Nevada
Jaycee Carroll, G, Sr, Utah State
Josh Heytvelt, F, Jr, Gonzaga
Randal Falker, C, Sr, Southern Illinois


CHN Preseason Mid-Major All-America Team

October 8th, 2007
The Preseason Mid-Major All-America Team features selections from 15 conferences. The top two teams are full of seniors, except for sophomore guard Stephen Curry of Davidson.


2007-08 Preseason All-America Team

September 28th, 2007

Led by two returning CHN 2nd Team All-Americans (Hansbrough & Lofton), the 2007-08 Preseason All-America Team features a mix of geography, age, and style.

First Team CHN All-American

G. Sean Singletary, SR, Virginia
G. Chris Lofton, SR, Tennessee
F. Chase Budinger, SO, Arizona
F. Tyler Hansbrough, Jr, North Carolina
C. Roy Hibbert, SR, Georgetown

Second Team CHN All-American

G. Darren Collison, JR, UCLA
G. Drew Neitzel, SR, Michigan State
G. Brandon Rush, JR, Kansas
F. DJ White, SR, Indiana
C. Brook Lopez, SO, Stanford

2007-08 Early All-American Team Projection

April 12th, 2007

This early projection of the 2007-08 All-American teams will be updated as official NBA Draft decisions are made.

First Team All-American
G. Sean Singletary
G. Chris Lofton
F. Brandon Rush
F. Julian Wright
F. Tyler Hansbrough

Second Team All-American
G. Darren Collison
G. Chris Douglas-Roberts
G. Drew Neitzel
F. Chase Budinger
C. Brook Lopez

Third Team All-American
G. DJ Augustin
G. Dominic James
F. Terrence Williams
F. Michael Beasley
F. Richard Hendrix

Fouth Team All-American
G. Mike Conley
G. Javaris Crittenton
G. Derrick Rose
F. Ryan Anderson
C. Taj Gibson All-American Team

March 29th, 2007

Player of the Year: Kevin Durant (Texas)

First-Team All-American
G: Acie Law (Texas A&M)
G: Alando Tucker (Wisconsin)
F: Kevin Durant (Texas)
F: Nick Fazekas (Nevada)
C: Greg Oden (Ohio State)

Second-Team All-American
G: Arron Afflalo (UCLA)
G: Chris Lofton (Tennessee)
F: Jared Dudley (BC)
F: Tyler Hansbrough (UNC)
C: Aaron Gray (Pittsburgh)

Third-Team All-American
G: Aaron Brooks (Oregon)
G: Sean Singletary (Virginia)
F: Al Thornton (Florida State)
F: Al Horford (Florida)
C: Joakim Noah (Florida)