Oklahoma's Buddy Hield and North Carolina's Brice Johnson, who helped lead their teams to the Final Four, headline the 10-player John R. Wooden Award All-American team that was announced Monday.
The list also includes Michigan State's Denzel Valentine, Virginia's Malcolm Brogdon, Kansas' Perry Ellis, Kentucky's Tyler Ulis, Indiana's Yogi Ferrell, Duke's Grayson Allen, Iowa State's Georges Niang and Providence's Kris Dunn.
One of those players will be selected the winner of the Wooden Award, given annually to the top player in the country. The announcement will be made April 8 in Los Angeles. A women's Wooden Award recipient will be announced that day, too.
According to Los Angeles Athletic Club, each of the members of the All-American team must be making progress toward graduation while maintaining at least a 2.0 grade-point average.
LSU freshman sensation Ben Simmons was not among the final 15 players up for the Wooden Award, reportedly because his academics were lacking.