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SCS.com CBB 2004-2005 POSTSEASON ALL-AMERICA TEAM
April 1, 2005

FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA
G Chris Paul SO Wake Forest
G J.J. Redick JR Duke
G/F Salim Stoudamire SR Arizona
F Hakim Warrick SR Syracuse
F Andrew Bogut SO Utah

SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICA
G Nate Robinson JR Washington
G Tre Simmons SR Washington
G/F Joey Graham SR Oklahoma State
F Ike Diogu JR Arizona State
F Wayne Simien SR Kansas

THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICA
G John Lucas SR Oklahoma State
G Luther Head SR Illinois
G/F Julius Hodge SR NC State
F Ryan Gomes SR Providence
F Taylor Coppenrath SR Vermont

FOURTH TEAM ALL-AMERICA
G Raymond Felton JR North Carolina
G Anthony Roberson JR Florida
G/F Kennedy Winston JR Alabama
F Adam Morrison SO Gonzaga
F Sean May JR North Carolina

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICA
G Dee Brown JR Illinois
F Francisco Garcia JR Louisville
G/F Rashad McCants JR North Carolina
F Juan Mendez SR Niagara
F Lawrence Roberts SR Mississippi State
F Ronny Turiaf SR Gonzaga
G Deron Williams JR Illinois
F Shelden Williams JR Duke

All-American Notes...

  • The SouthernCollegeSports.com Postseason All-America teams have twenty total players from seventeen different schools and nine different conferences. Only North Carolina, Oklahoma State, and Washington had multiple members on the teams.
  • The ACC led the way with five players on one of the four All-America teams. The PAC 10 claimed four members, while the Big XII had three. The Big East and SEC followed with two each, while conferences represented by one player were the America East, Big Ten, Mountain West, and West Coast Conference.
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