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LSU point guard Tremont Waters was named First-Team All-SEC by the Associated Press on Tuesday. Per NOLA.com:

Waters earned AP All-SEC first-team status after averaging 15.3 points, 5.9 assists, three steals and 2.9 rebounds on the season.

In SEC play, Waters averaged 17.7 points (fourth), 6.2 assists (first) and 2.9 steals (first) per game. He’s the only player since the 1992-93 season to put up a stat line with those numbers during the SEC slate.
AP First-Team All-SEC:
LSU G Tremont Waters
Mississippi State G Quinndary Weatherspoon
Tennessee F Grant Williams
Kentucky F PJ Washington
Arkansas F Daniel Gafford

AP Second-Team All-SEC:
Tennessee G Jordan Bone,
Auburn G Jared Harper
Tennessee G Admiral Schofield
Ole Miss G Breein Tyree
South Carolina F Chris Silva

AP SEC Player of the Year:
Tennessee F Grant Williams

AP SEC Newcomer of the Year:
Kentucky G Tyler Herro

AP SEC Coach of the Year:
Ole Miss coach Kermit Davis
Filed Under: LSU Basketball


Naz would have been on a freshman team you’d have to think huh?
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Sky or Bigby-Williams could have made the second team although it's hard to take off the centers chosen. They balled this year.
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Shows that teams win... individuals don’t!
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Just one Tiger? WTF...
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One LSU player on both teams? SMH
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