Nowell was named to the second team, along with the North Carolina team. Armando BacoXavier’s three boomUCLA Jaime Jaquez and TCU’s Mike Miles Jr.The first team is Purdue’s Zach EadyAlabama Brandon MillerGonzaga Drew Timin Arizona Azuolas Tubelis and of Kansas Jalen Wilson.
The third team included Memphis kendrick davisUConn Adama SanogoPennsylvania State University Jalen PickettNorth Carolina Tarkavion Smith and of Iowa Chris Murray.
Additionally, Nowell was named a Midseason All-American by ESPN’s Jeff Beauzero.
The honor is one of many for the 5-foot-8-inch, 160-pound point guard from Harlem, New York. He was named National Player of the Week by several media outlets after posting a streak of 30 points on his January 9th. Winning performance in No. 6/6 Texas and No. 19/17 Baylor. Additionally, he was named Big 12 Player of the Week twice. keyyonte johnson Recently named to the Oscar Robertson Trophy midseason watch list.
Nowell is averaging 16.7 points in 41.1% (90 of 219) from the field, including 36.8% (43 of 117) from three-point range and 36.8% from the free throw line. 88 percent (95 out of 108 games) included. Big 12 Best 8.2 assists, 3.3 rebounds and 2.3 steals per game he had in 35.7 minutes. He is one of two active Division I players with over 1,500 points, 500 assists and 200 steals, and among active Division I players he leads with 236 steals.
Nowell ranked in the top 3 nationally in assists per game (8.2 apg./2nd) and total assists (156/3rd) and 21st in assists/turnover (2.79). He has 10 or more assists in six games this season and he has five double-doubles including 32 points and 14 assists in his 30-10 double-double, the first in a school win in 19/16. (Points/Assists) are recorded. Baylor on January 7th. Michael Beasley In 2008, he had 36-point and 32-point efforts against the Longhorns and Bears.
No. 13/15 K-State (17-2, 6-1 Big 12) returned to action on Tuesday night as the Wildcats traveled to Ames, Iowa to beat No. 12/12 Iowa State (14-4, 5). ). -2 Big 12 at 8pm Hilton Coliseum, Connecticut, ESPNU.
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