Indiana’s Trayce Jackson-Davis Earns Extra Submit Season Honors – Indiana College Athletics

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana College sophomore ahead Trayce Jackson-Davis has been named honorable point out All-American by the Related Press, and first staff All-District by the Nationwide Affiliation of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and the USA Basketball Writers of America (USBWA).
 
The Greenwood, Indiana native and former Mr. Indiana Basketball (2019) at Middle Grove Excessive College is fourth within the Massive Ten in scoring (19.1), second in rebounding (9.0), fifth in subject aim share (51.7) and blocked pictures (1.4) and is third in minutes performed (34.2).  In league video games solely, he completed third in scoring (18.4), second in rebounding (9.2), fourth in subject aim share (50.6) and minutes performed blocked pictures (1.4) and is third in minutes performed (34.2).
 
He is also third within the nation in free throws made (150) and first in makes an attempt (229).  He additionally has had 10 double-doubles this season and 22 in his profession.  He is also the one Hoosier within the final 25 years to publish three 25-point, 15 rebound video games in his profession (Nebraska, at Minnesota, at Florida State.  He’s a finalist for the Karl Malone Award given to the nation’s prime energy ahead, and the Picket Award.
 
NABC 
District 7
First Workforce
Luka Garza – Iowa
Ayo Dosunmu – Illinois
Trevion Williams – Purdue
Trayce Jackson-Davis – Indiana
E.J. Liddell – Ohio St.
 
Second Workforce
Marcus Carr – Minnesota
Isaiah Livers – Michigan
Hunter Dickinson – Michigan
Ron Harper, Jr. – Rutgers
Kofi Cockburn – Illinois
 
Coach of the 12 months: Juwan Howard, Michigan
 
USBWA
DISTRICT V (OH, IN, IL, MI, MN, WI)
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Ayo Dosunmu, Illinois

COACH OF THE YEAR

Juwan Howard, Michigan

ALL-DISTRICT TEAM (10)

Marcus Carr, Minnesota

Kofi Cockburn, Illinois

Hunter Dickinson, Michigan

Ayo Dosunmu, Illinois

Aaron Henry, Michigan State
Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana

Cameron Krutwig, Loyola Chicago

E.J. Liddell, Ohio State

Isaiah Livers. Michigan

Trevon Willliams, Purdue



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