All-Tim Duncan Team 2019
Posted on March 14 2019
HVS’ inaugural All-Tim Duncan Team recognizes the nation’s best seniors on the hardwood
As the college basketball’s regular season winds down, arenas across the U.S. will take a moment to recognize seniors playing (in all likelihood) a final game in front of their home fans. In the age of instant gratification and rushing through life, enduring a four – or in some cases five – year run in college athletics is a feat worth celebrating.
So welcome to the High Volume Shooters’ first annual All-Tim Duncan Team. Named in honor of the Big Fundamental, who spurned the NBA three times to complete his college career at Wake Forest, the All-Tim Duncan Team recognizes the top seniors in NCAA basketball.
All-Tim Duncan First Team
Admiral Schofield, Guard, Tennessee:Schofield has been the unquestioned leader of a Vols’ squad well positioned for a March Madness run.
Chris Clemons, Guard, Campbell:The nation’s leading scorer at 30 ppg, the 5-9 Clemons has the Fighting Camels pushing for an NCAA Tourney bid. He also has this cold-blooded highlight.
Ethan Happ, Center, Wisconsin:After missing last season’s NCAA Tourney after 19 straight trips, Wisconsin will return to the Big Dance this season thanks to Happ’s double-double play.
Jordan Caroline, Forward, Nevada:Caroline started his career at Southern Illinois, but is finishing it with a flourish at Nevada. He’s averaging 18 points and 10 rebounds for a Wolfpack squad among the nation’s most dangerous as March Madness approaches.
Mike Daum, Forward, South Dakota State:Mid-major bias shouldn’t cloud Daum’s impact. He’s averaging 26 points and 12 boards for a Jackrabbits program prepped to make its fourth consecutive NCAA appearance.
All-Tim Duncan Second Team
Cameron Johnson, Guard, North Carolina:Among the nation’s most efficient scorers, Johnson’s 17 points and 6 rebounds per contest have fueled another high-end season for the Tar Heels.
Justin Wright-Foreman, Guard, Hofstra:Among the nation’s top scorers averaging 27 points, Wright-Foreman has sparked a Hofstra squad with legitimate at-large hopes even if it doesn’t win the Colonial’s post-season tourney.
Phil Booth, Guard, Villanova:Leading the Wildcats in points per game at 18 and dimes per game at 4, Booth has steered Villanova to another top-25 campaign.
Caleb Martin, Forward, Nevada: One half of Nevada’s Martin twins, Caleb’s averaging 19 ppg for the Wolfpack.
Luke Maye, Forward, North Carolina:Maye’s improved his game every year for the Tar Heels, culminating in a senior season in which he’s averaging 15 points and 10 boards per contest.
Shizz Alston, Temple
Bennie Boatright, USC
Phil Booth, Villanova
Barry Brown, Jr., Kansas State
Corey Davis, Jr, Houston
Jon Elmore, Marshall
Terance Mann, Florida State
Jeremiah Martin, Memphis
CJ Massinburg, Buffalo
Marial Shayok, Iowa State
Charles Matthews, Michigan
Markis McDuffie, Wichita State
Juwan Morgan, Indiana
Jordan Murphy, Minnesota
James Palmer, Jr., Nebraska
Eric Paschall, Villanova
Josh Perkins, Gonzaga
Matt Rafferty, Furman
Justin Robinson, Virginia Tech
Matisse Thybulle, Washington
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