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National Association of Basketball Coaches Announce 2007 Division I All-District Teams

March 2, 2007

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KANSAS CITY, MO. (Feb. 28, 2007) -- The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) announced today the NABC Division I All-District teams, recognizing the nation's best men's collegiate basketball student-athletes. Selected and voted on by member coaches of the NABC, these student-athletes represent the finest baskeball players across America. The 150 student-athletes, from 15 districts, are now eligible for the NABC Division I All-America teams to be announced at the conclusion of the 2006-07 NCAA regular season.



2006-07 NABC Division I All-District Teams

District 1

First Team
Jared DudleyBoston College
Staphane LasmeMassachusetts
Keith SimmonsHoly Cross
Rashaun FreemanMassachusetts
Herbert HillProvidence
Second Team
Jeff AdrienConnecticut
Geoff McDermottProvidence
Sean MarshallBoston College
Mike TrimboliVermont
Tyrese RiceBoston College

District 2

First Team
Second Team
Demetris NicholsSyracuseLamont HamiltonSt. John's
Loren StokesHofstraEric DevendorfSyracuse
Antoine AgudioHofstraBryant DunstonFordham
Jared JordanMaristMichael HaddixSiena
Jamar WilsonAlbanyYassin IdbihiBuffalo

District 3

First Team
Second Team
Curtis SumpterVillanovaMike NardiVillanova
Aaron GrayPittsburghMike ZollerPennsylvania
Ahmad NivinsSt. Joseph'sDionte ChristmasTemple
Ibrahim JaaberPennsylvaniaGeary ClaxtonPenn State
Frank ElegarDrexelJason ThompsonRider

District 4

First Team
Second Team
Zabian DowdellVirginia TechFrank YoungWest Virginia
Jeff GreenGeorgetownReggie WilliamsVirginia Military Inst.
Roy HibbertGeorgetownWill ThomasGeorge Mason
Gary NealTowsonMaureece RiceGeorge Washington
B.A. WalkerVa. CommonwealthValdas VasyliusOld Dominion

District 5

First Team
Second Team
Tyler HansbroughNorth CarolinaArizona ReidHigh Point
Josh McRobertsDukeKyle HinesUNC Greensboro
Sean SingletaryVirginiaDontaye DraperCollege of Charleston
Brandan WrightNorth CarolinaJames MaysClemson
JR ReynoldsVirginiaStephen CurryDavidson

District 6

First Team
Second Team
Joakim NoahFloridaCorey BrewerFlorida
Jemareo DavidsonAlabamaRonald SteeleAlabama
Al ThorntonFlorida StateRichard HendrixAlabama
Taurean GreenFloridaTodd AbernethyMississippi
Al HorfordFloridaJamont GordonMississippi State

District 7

First Team
Second Team
Courtney LeeWestern KentuckyDrake ReedAustin Peay
Chris LoftonTennesseeTerrence WilliamsLouisville
Derrick ByarsVanderbiltJoe CrawfordKentucky
Randolph MorrisKentuckyJeremy HuntMemphis
Chris Douglas RobertsMemphisShan FosterVanderbilt

District 8

First Team
Second Team
Trey JohnsonJackson StateTony HooperLouisiana-Monroe
Glen DavisLSUStefan BaszczynskiNicholls State
Bo McCalebbNew OrleansDarryl CohenSoutheastern La.
Rashad Jones-JenningsArkansas-Little RockDavid GomezTulane
Tasmin MitchellLSUKeenan JonesNorthwestern State

District 9

First Team
Second Team
Kevin DurantTexasJoseph JonesTexas A&M
Morris AlmondRiceChris DanielsTexas A&M-Corpus Christi
Acie Law IVTexas A&MMartin ZenoTexas Tech
Jarrius JacksonTexas TechAntanas KavaliauskasTexas A&M
DJ AugustinTexasPatrick BeverlyArkansas

District 10

First Team
Second Team
Carl LandryPurdueMike Conley Jr.Ohio State
Greg OdenOhio StateMike GreenButler
AJ GravesButlerDashaun WoodWright State
Russell CarterNotre DameColin FallsNotre Dame
DJ WhiteIndianaRomeo TravisAkron

District 11

First Team
Second Team
Alando TuckerWisconsinRandal FalkerSouthern Illinois
Dominic JamesMarquetteWilson ChandlerDePaul
Drew NeitzelMichigan StateKammron TaylorWisconsin
Jamaal TatumSouthern IllinoisJerel McNealMarquette
Blake SchilbLoyola-ChicagoWarren CarterIllinois

District 12

First Team
Second Team
Nate FunkCreightonBlake AhearnMissouri State
Julian WrightKansasCaleb GreenOral Roberts
Mario BogganOklahoma StateJamesOn CurryOklahoma State
Adam HaluskaIowaAleks MaricNebraska
Randon RushKansasCartier MartinKansas State

District 13

First Team
Second Team
Nick FazekasNevada-RenoCobi KarlBoise State
Brandon HeathSan Diego StateRodney StuckeyEastern Washington
Jason SmithColorado StateJacob BurtschiAir Force
Dan NwaeleleAir ForceBrandon EwingWyoming
Keena YoungBrigham YoungLuke NevillUtah

District 14

First Team
Second Team
Aaron BrooksOregonJon BrockmanWashington
Derrick LowWashington StateRyan AndersonCalifornia
Kyle WeaverWashington StateSpencer HawesWashington
Lawrence HillStanfordAyinde UbakaCalifornia
Derek RaivioGonzagaJaycee CarrollUtah State

District 15

First Team
Second Team
Arron AfflaloUCLAJustin HawkinsNew Mexico State
Bobby BrownCal State FullertonWendell WhiteUNLV
Nick YoungUSCIvan RadenovicArizona
Marcus WilliamsArizonaChase BudingerArizona
Darren CollisonUCLAAlex HarrisUC Santa Barbara

About the National Association of Basketball Coaches Located in Kansas City, MO, the NABC was founded in 1927 by Phog Allen, the legendary basketball coach at the University of Kansas. Allen, a student of James Naismith, the inventor of basketball, organized coaches into this collective group to serve as Guardians of the Game. The NABC currently claims nearly 5,000 members consisting primarily of university and college men's basketball coaches. All members of the NABC are expected to uphold the core values of being a Guardian of the Game by bringing attention to the positive aspects of the sport of basketball and the role coaches play in the academic and athletic lives of today's student-athletes. The four core values of being a Guardian of the Game are advocacy, leadership, service and education. Additional information about the NABC, its programs and membership, can be found at www.nabc.com.