Big day for Jacob Pullen and the Kansas State Wildcats.
The KSU guard was selected as the preseason Big 12 player of the year.
Pullen is the lone All-Big 12 First Team choice back from 2009-10 after leading K-State in scoring with a 19.3-point average. He has scored 20 points or more 25 times in his career, including 30 points or more on three occasions. The senior ranks in the top 10 in 12 different career categories at K-State and is just the third player in school history to top 1,500 points in his first three seasons.
Well deserved if you ask me, although Kansas' Marcus Morris may disagree.