KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Texas A&M senior guard Acie Law IV has been named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) first-team All-America squad, the organization announced Wednesday.
The teams were selected and voted on by NABC member coaches.
Law is the first A&M player ever named first-team All-America by the NABC. He has led the Aggies to a 25-5 record and a No.7 national ranking. He is averaging 18.2 points and 5.3 assists.
2007 NABC DIVISION I ALL-AMERICA TEAMS
Kevin Durant University of Texas 6-9 Fr. F Suitland, Md.
Alando Tucker University of Wisconsin 6-6 Sr. F Lockport, Ill.
Acie Law IV Texas A&M University 6-3 Sr. G Dallas, Texas
Aaron Afflalo UCLA 6-5 Jr. G Compton, Calif.
Tyler Hansbrough University of North Carolina 6-9 So. F Poplar Bluff, Mo.
Nick Fazekas University of Nevada – Reno 6-11 Sr. F Arvada, Col.
Greg Oden Ohio State University 7-0 Fr. C Indianapolis, Ind.
Joakim Noah University of Florida 6-11 Jr. F/C New York, N.Y.
Jared Dudley Boston College 6-7 Sr. F San Diego, Calif.
Al Horford University of Florida 6-10 Jr. F/C Puerto Plata, D.R.
Aaron Gray University of Pittsburgh 7-0 Sr. C Emmaus, Pa.
Jeff Green Georgetown University 6-9 Jr. F Hyattsville, Md.
Sean Singletary University of Virginia 6-0 Jr. G Philadelphia, Pa.
Chris Lofton University of Tennessee 6-2 Jr. G Maysville, Ky.
Julian Wright University of Kansas 6-8 So. F Chicago Heights. Ill.