All-Tim Duncan Team 2020
Posted on March 06 2020
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.
Welcome to the High-Volume Shooters’ second 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.
Markus Howard, Marquette: Despite being the defensive focus of every Marquette opponent, Howard nevertheless poured in nearly 28 points per game to lead the nation in scoring.
Myles Powell, Seton Hall: Powell returned for his senior campaign and has powered the Pirates to a top 10 national ranking by dropping in more than 21 points per game.
Udoka Azubuike, Kansas: One of the nation’s premier post players, the 7-foot Nigerian’s 13 points and 10 rebounds per contest have the Jayhawks positioned for a #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
Lamar Stevens, Penn State: Averaging nearly 18 points and 7 rebounds per contest, Stevens has steered the Nittany Lions into March as one of the nation’s biggest surprises.
Payton Pritchard, Oregon: The sharpshooting Duck has rolled off more than 20 points per game for an Oregon team that has spent the entire 2019-2020 season in the nation’s top 25.
Sam Merrill, Utah State: Take away a five-point outing against North Texas and Merrill has scored in double digits every game this season for the Aggies, including 14 regular-season outings with at least 20 points.
Cassius Winston, Michigan State: While pre-season #1 MSU dropped out of the Top 25 in mid-February, Winston has been a steadying force for a Sparty squad seemingly poised for another deep March Madness run.
Zavier Simpson, Michigan: Simpson leads the nation in assists at 8 per game and has weaponized one of the craftiest shots in all of college basketball.
Anthony Cowan, Maryland: Cowan’s heady guard play and 16 points per game have helped the Terps notch yet another 20-win campaign.
Yoeli Childs, BYU: The 6-8 Childs has been a scoring machine for the Tourney-bound Cougars, scoring in double figures in all but one game this season.
Tres Tinkle, Oregon State
Jordan Ford, St. Mary’s
Sean McDermott, Butler
Kerry Blackshear Jr., Florida
Jarron Cumberland, Cincinnati
John Mooney, Notre Dame
Kamar Baldwin, Butler
Max Mahoney, Boston University
Nathan Knight, William & Mary
Scottie James, Liberty
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