The team was announced Monday. The others are Grayson Allen ofDuke, Kris Dunn ofProvidence, Perry Ellis ofKansas, Yogi Ferrell ofIndianaand Georges Niang ofIowa State.
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.
Brogdon is the only player who was selected to last year's All-American team. Hield and Johnson will play in this weekend's Final Four in Houston.
The award will be presented to the men's and women's college basketball players of the year on April 8 in Los Angeles.
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