The Associated Press has released the first and second All-American team with no sign of Kansas State basketball's Jacob Pullen. You'll have to look at the third team to find him. Pullen was one of five players on the AP All-American third team after a terrific year in which he averaged 19.5 points and 3.7 assists per game.
It was the second half of the season that was special for Pullen as he helped bring K-State back from the dead following early season struggles. K-State made a run at the end of the season which helped secure a spot in the 2011 NCAA tournament bracket where they bowed out in the second round with a loss to Wisconsin.
Pullen had a special career at K-State and one I imagine that would even impress KU fans.
Joining him on the third team is Texas' Jordan Hamilton, Morehead State's Kenneth Faried, Xavier's Tu Holloway, and Providence's Marshon Brooks.