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Published: Monday, March 26, 2012, 3:42 p.m.

Davis, Sullinger top Wooden All-American team

LOS ANGELES -- Anthony Davis of Kentucky, Jared Sullinger of Ohio State and Thomas Robinson of Kansas are among players chosen for the John R. Wooden Award All-American team.
The Wooden All-American team was announced Monday. The others are Isaiah Canaan of Murray State, Jae Crowder of Marquette, Marcus Denmon of Missouri, Draymond Green of Michigan State, Kevin Jones of West Virginia, Doug McDermott of Creighton, and Tyler Zeller of North Carolina.
All 10 members of the team have maintained at least a cumulative 2.0 grade point average and are making progress toward graduation, two components of the award that were insisted upon by the late UCLA coach, whose name is on the award.
Sullinger is the only player who was named to last year's Wooden Award All-American team. Davis is the only freshman chosen. Those two, along with Robinson, will play in next week's Final Four in New Orleans, where the Wooden winner will be announced on Saturday.
The award will be presented on April 6 at the Los Angeles Athletic Club.
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