LSU freshman forward Ben Simmons was a third-team pick on the USA Today All-American team announced Monday morning.
Simmons was one of three Southeastern Conference players who made the teams. Kentucky sophomore guard Tyler Ulis was included on the first team and teammate Jamal Murray, a freshman guard, was a second-team pick.
The teams were picked without regard to position.
Joining Ulis on the first team was Oklahoma guard Buddy Hield, North Carolina forward Brice Johnson, Utah forward Jakob Poeltl and Michigan State guard Denzel Valentine.
On the second team with Murray are Duke guard Grayson Allen, Virginia guard Malcolm Brogdon, Kansas forward Perry Ellis and Indiana guard Yogi Ferrell.
Simmons shared third-team honors with Providence guard Kris Dunn, Xavier guard Trevon Bluiett, Iowa State forward Georges Niang and Iowa forward Jarrod Uthoff.
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