Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

My All Pac 12 Conference Teams

Published on November 6, 2011 by Scott Shirley   ·   2 Comments

College basketball is right around the corner. Games will be starting in a day or so. College basketball might be the only game in town, which will give even more attention to the college game. I can’t wait for this upcoming season.

In the next few days I will be releasing my all conference teams for the power six conferences. I already released my all Big East, Big Ten , Big 12 and ACC teams. Now here is my all Pac 12 teams.

1st Team

F Reeves Nelson, UCLA (13.9 ppg) (6-8/235, Jr.)- Led the Bruins in scoring and rebounding last season. Nelson is a double double machine; he averaged 9.1 rebounds. He also shot an impressive 56.7% from the field. Neslon plays with great energy.

G Jorge Gutierrez, California (14.6 ppg) (6-3/195, Sr.) – Gutierrez led the Bears in points, steals (1.6) and assists (4.5) last season. Also had 3.8 rebounds. Was both on the All Pac 10 1st team as well as defensive team. He also knows how to get to the free throw line.

G/F Terrence Ross, Washington (8 ppg) (6-6/195, Soph.)- Ross really came on as the season went on; he only averaged 17 minutes per game. Averaged 15.3 ppg in the Pac 10 tourney. Look for his numbers to double with more playing time.

G Allen Crabbe, California (13.4 ppg) (6-6/205, Soph.)- Was the Pac 10 freshman of the Year last season. Crabbe’s biggest strength is shooting the three, which he shot 40%. He also averaged 5.3 rebounds and 2 assists.

G Jared Cunningham, Oregon State (14.2 ppg) (6-4/182, Jr.) – Cunningham did a little bit of everything for the Beavers. Besides the points he also averaged 3.1 rebounds, 2.1 assists, and 2.8 steals. He has a good chance to be the best player in the Pac 12 this season.

2nd Team

C Joshua Smith, UCLA (10.9 ppg) (6-10/305, Soph.) – Smith is a 300-pound center with great skills and soft hands. He just needs to improve his conditioning and his numbers will be a lot more impressive. Also averaged 6.3 rebounds and 1 block.

F E.J. Singler, Oregon (11.7 ppg) (6-6/210, Jr.) – His brother, Kyle, who was at Duke might get all the fame but E.J. is a solid player himself. Singler also averaged 5.6 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.1 steals. He also shot 39.9% from three,

G Trent Lockett, Arizona State (13.4 ppg) (6-4/210, Jr.) – Lockett is the Sun Devil’s best and most consistent player. He is an athletic player that excels at the mid range game. Also averaged 5.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists.

F Harper Camp, California (14.2 ppg) (6-8/245, Sr.)- Kamp had a breakout year last year averaging 14.2 ppg. His career best was 4.4 ppg as a freshman. Also averaged 5.6 rebounds and 1.7 assists.

F Josh Owens, Stanford (11.6 ppg) (6-8/230, Sr.) – Owens is a very athletic big man that knows how to throw it down. Also recorded 6.5 rebounds and 1.2 assists. Shot 58 % from the floor.

3rd Team

G Faisal Aden, Washington State (12.7 ppg) (6-4/185, Sr.) – Aden made his share of threes but he needs to make a better percentage of them. Also averaged 1.4 assists and 1.3 steals.

F Solomon Hill, Arizona (8 ppg) (6-6/226, Sr.) – Hill is a very versatile player who can score both inside and out. He recorded 4.7 rebounds and 1.7 assists last season.

G Abdul Gaddy, Washington (8.5 ppg) (6-3/185, Jr.) – He returns after tearing his ACL; he only played 13 games last season. Gaddy was having a good season until the injury, racking up good assist numbers and shooting the three well.

G Josh Watkins, Utah (14.5 ppg) (6-0/200, Sr.) – Watkins returns as the lone bright spot for the Utes. Watkins is a very athletic player that knows how to get to the rim; he is also a decent passer.

G Josiah Turner, Arizona (6-3/185, Fr.) – Turner is a very athletic strong point guard that thrives at attacking the rim and finishing. He is always in attack mode; he is also a great passer. Will have to develop a jump shot in the future.

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