Kirk, Law Named to Defensive All-America Team

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COLLEGE STATION -- Texas A&M's Dominique Kirk and Acie Law IV have been named to's Defensive All-America Team.

Division I coaches and NBA scouts are part of the selection process for the 21-player team, but the final decision rests with the staff.

A&M is one of just three schools to place two players on the team, joining Virginia Tech and Southern Illinois.

Law also was named to the Adolph Rupp All-America team, which was announced on Tuesday by the Commonwealth Athletic Club of Kentucky. Rounding out the team were Kevin Durant (Texas), Greg Oden (Ohio State), Alando Tucker (Wisconsin) and Nick Fazekas (Nevada).

The All-American selections were made by a national selection committee consisting of over 40 present and retired sports writers, coaches, TV-radio broadcasters, and sports administrators.


Antonio Anderson G 6-6 So. Memphis
Corey Brewer F 6-9 Jr. Florida
Mario Chalmers G 6-1 So. Kansas
Chaz Crawford F 6-10 Sr. Drexel
Darren Collison G 6-0 So. UCLA
Marcus Dove G/F 6-9 Jr. Oklahoma State
Zabian Dowdell G 6-3 Sr. Virginia Tech
Randal Falker F 6-7 Jr. Southern Illinois
Jamon Gordon G 6-3 Sr. Virginia Tech
Roy Hibbert C 7-2 Jr. Georgetown
Mychal Kearse G 6-4 Sr. Mount St. Mary's
Dominique Kirk G 6-3 Jr. Texas A&M
Stephane Lasme F 6-8 Sr. Massachusetts
Acie Law IV G 6-3 Sr. Texas A&M
Jerel McNeal G 6-3 So. Marquette
Greg Oden C 7-1 Fr. Ohio State
Garrett Temple G 6-5 So. LSU
Jason Thompson F 6-10 Jr. Rider
Travis Walton G 6-2 So. Michigan State
Akeem Wright G 6-6 Sr. Kansas State
Tony Young G 6-0 Sr. Southern Illinois