Associated Press announces 2022-23 All-American men's basketball team
The Associated Press announced its All-American teams on Tuesday and the the first team his highlighted by two Big Ten big men. Purdue center Zach Edey was the lone unanimous vote getter while Indiana forward Trayce Jackson-Davis also made the first team.
They were joined by Kansas forward Jalen Wilson, Houston guard Marcus Sasser and Alabama forward Brandon Miller. Edey, Miller, Sasser and Wilson were all named their conference’s Player of the Year.
Edey is the favorite for national Player of the Year. He is averaging 22.3 points, 12.8 rebounds and 2.1 blocks per game on 60.6% shooting.
Four of the 15 spots across the three teams went to Big Ten players. The Big 12 was next with three of its players making the All-American teams.
UCLA guard Jaime Jaquez Jr. was the leading vote getter on the second team. The second team also features last year’s Player of the Year Oscar Tshiebwe of Kentucky and three-time second-team All-American Drew Timme of Gonzaga.
AP All-American First Team
Purdue center Zach Edey
Indiana forward Trayce Jackson-Davis
Alabama forward Brandon Miller
Houston guard Marcus Sasser
Kansas forward Jalen Wilson
AP All-American Second Team
UCLA guard Jaime Jaquez Jr.
Penn State guard Jalen Pickett
Gonzaga forward Drew Timme
Kentucky center Oscar Tshiebwe
Arizona forward Azuolas Tubelis
AP All-American Third Team
North Carolina forward Armando Bacot
Kansas State forward Keyontae Johnson
Marquette guard Tyler Kolek
Iowa forward Kris Murray
Kansas State guard Markquis Nowell
AP All-American Honorable Mentions
Xavier guard Souley Boum
Detroit guard Antoine Davis
Memphis guard Kendric Davis
Miami guard Isaiah Wong