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LSU forward Jordan Mickey was announced as a finalist for the 2014 Kyle Macy National Freshman of the Year on Tuesday. Per

Mickey earned a spot on the Coaches and AP All-SEC second team and was named to the Coaches Defensive and Freshman All-SEC teams after averaging 12.7 points per game, 7.9 rebounds a contest (4th in the league) with a 53.3 percent field goal percentage (171-321, second in the league) and becoming the second player in LSU history to block 100 shots in a season (106).

The Dallas native led the league in block shot average at 3.1 a contest.

The winner of the 2014 Macy award will be announced at the Awards Banquet on April 4 in Dallas, site of the Division I Men's Basketball Championship.
Here are the other finalists:

Deandre Bembry (St. Joseph's)
Myles Davis (Xavier)
James Daniel (Howard)
Rodney Elliott (UMBC)
Joel Embiid (Kansas)
Tyler Ennis (Syracuse)
Shannon Evans (Buffalo)
Kahlil Felder (Oakland)
Aaron Gordon (Arizona)
Khallid Hart (Marist)
Vincent Hunter (UTEP)
Rysheed Jordan (St. John's)
Tim Kempton (Lehigh)
E.C. Matthews (Rhode Island)
Jabari Parker (Duke)
London Perrantes (Virginia)
Cameron Payne (Murray State)
Bobby Portis (Arkansas)
Julius Randle (Kentucky)
Jonathan Starks (Tulane)
Sindarius Thornwell (South Carolina)
Noah Vonleh (Indiana)
Paul Watson (Fresno)
Andrew Wiggins (Kansas)
Marquis Wright (Siena)
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ForeverLSU02120 months
JOB>>>>Wiggins or Parker
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ForeverLSU02120 months
Sorry, I meant Mickey>>>Wiggins or Parker lol
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Ignignot120 months
Gordon will get it
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