2007 All Big Ten Basketball Conference Selections
March 6 2007 from basketballhistorian.com news wires
2007 Big Ten Player of the Year: Alando Tucker of Wisconsin
2007 Freshman of the Year: Greg Oden of Ohio State
Leading scoring Adam Haluska of Iowa, Alando Tucker of
Wisconsin, Drew Neitzel of Michigan State, freshman Greg
Oden of Ohio State and Carl Landry of Purdue were chosen
by Big Ten coaches All-Big Ten First Team
Mike Conley of Ohio State made the media first team All
Big Ten, replacing Carl Landry, who made their 2nd team .
Coaches Selections follow:
2007 Second Team All Big Ten:
Warren Carter, Illinois… DJ White, Indiana… Mike Conley,
Ohio St… David Treague, Purdue… Kammron Taylor, Wisc.
2007 Third Team All Big Ten:
Shaun Pruitt, Illinois… Roderick Wilmont, Indiana… Tyler
Smith, Iowa… Dion Harris, Michigan… Geary Claxton,
2007 Honorable Mention All Big Ten:
Rich McBride, Ill… Lawrence McKenzie, Minn… Tim Doyle,
Northwestern… Jamar Butler, Ohio St.. Ron Lewis, Ohio St…
Brian Butch, Wisc… Jamelle Cornley, Penn St
2007 Freshman All Big Ten:
Greg Oden, Ohio St… Tyler Smith, Iowa… Mike Conley, Ohio St…
Kevin Coble, NU… Raymar Morgan, Michigan State
2007 All Big Ten Defense:
Greg Oden, Ohio St… Michael Flowers, Wisc… Travis Walton,
Mich St… Chris Kramer, Purdue… Chester Frazier, Illinois
Men's Big Ten College Basketball
2007 Alando Tucker 6 ft 6 inch senior forward from Wisconsin
Alando Tucker, forward for Wisconsin University, was chosen The Big Ten Conference
Player of the Year for 2006-2007. He also was selected a unanimous first team All Big Ten.
Ohio State power freshmen Greg Oden was the runner-up choice of coaches for the MVP Award.
As a freshman from Illinois Lockport High School, Alando Tucker averaged 12 points per game
and 5.9 while starting the last 27 games of that season. His second season was lost thru a foot injury
and he got a medical redshirt. He was picked as a third team Big Ten All-Star the next year.
Alando Tucker gain first team Big 10 honors in 2005-2006 And also this season, 2006-2007.
Ranked #3 in the NCAA Polls this season, Wisconsin Badgers coach Bo Ryan said, ‘It is nice
to see that his hard work has culminated in such a prestigious individual honor.’
Alando Tucker starts next week’s Big Ten tournament number two on the list of all-time
Wisconsin highest scorer with 2,125, trailing Michael Finley, 2,147 points. Alando Tucker finished
second in the Big Ten this season in scoring with 19.7 points per game.