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2007 SCS.COM POSTSEASON ALL-AMERICA
April 10, 2007

SCS.com Wrapping up the 2006-2007 college hoops season, the SCS.com staff has come together and selected the top players in the country from this past season, compiling them into our postseason All-America awards. The First Team is highlighted by Texas true freshman Kevin Durant, who is also the site's choice as national player of the year and national freshman of the year. Other First Team members include Texas A&M's Acie Law, UCLA's Arron Afflalo, Wisconsin's Alando Tucker, and Nevada's Nick Fazekas. Washington State head coach Tony Bennett was selected as the national coach of the year.

NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR Tony Bennett, Washington State
NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR Kevin Durant, Texas
NATIONAL FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Kevin Durant, Texas

FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA
G Acie Law Texas A&M
G Arron Afflalo UCLA
F Alando Tucker Wisconsin
F Kevin Durant Texas
F Nick Fazekas Nevada

SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICA
G Sean Singletary Virginia
G Chris Lofton Tennessee
G Aaron Brooks Oregon
F Tyler Hansbrough North Carolina
C Greg Oden Ohio State

THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICA
G Darren Collison UCLA
G/F Brandon Rush Kansas
F Jeff Green Georgetown
F Julian Wright Kansas
F Jared Dudley Boston College

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