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COY Anthony Grant
POY Obi Toppin
ROY Tre Mitchell
DPOY Jordan Goodwin
6th Man Jevonte Perkins

First Team
Obi Toppin
Jalen Crutcher
Jacob Gilyard
Jordan Goodwin
Fatts Russell

Second Team
Tre Mitchell
Ryan Daly
Marcus Weathers
Kellen Grady
Blake Francis

Third Team
Hasahn French
Jevonte Perkins
Blake Golden
Trey Landers
Javon Greene
 

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I understand you want a lot of Dayton people on your list.
But Ryan Daly leads the league in scoring. Seems like he belongs on the 1st team rather than Crutcher (8th). Blake Francis is also 4th in scoring average.
 

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I understand you want a lot of Dayton people on your list.
But Ryan Daly leads the league in scoring. Seems like he belongs on the 1st team rather than Crutcher (8th). Blake Francis is also 4th in scoring average.
Longtime reader, first-time poster (or maybe second?). Scoring is but one stat. Crutcher is first among all guards in field goal percentage, first in three-point shooting percentage, second in assists to turnovers, and second in free throw percentage. He’s first-team worthy in a league that was dominated by Dayton. I think JAF has it about right.
 

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Paul, these are the JAF Awards and I considered Daly and Francis for first team but thought that Crutcher and Gilyard have better numbers.

Crutcher 46% vs Francis 41% from the floor
Crutcher number 1 in FT% at 86%
Crutcher number 1 in 3pt% at 42%

Crutcher was 6th or so in assists even with sharing PG duties with Chatman

I do have three Spiders and Billikens on my list. Personally I think that Crutcher is the second best player in the league. He and Obi shared team MVP honors on a team that is 18-0 so Grant agrees
 

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Crutcher is 5th in 3 pt %. The 4 ahead of him are guards.
Jordan Goodwin of St Luis is ahead in FG %.
Jacob Gilyard of Richmond is the leader in assists/turnovers, with Jeff Dowtin fo St Louis in second place.
Not to take away from Crutcher. He's crucial for the team's success and has an impressive, all around game.
 

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The Spiders finished four games behind the Flyers. You guys don’t get two players on my first team.

I used full year stats to validate my picks and after reviewing the conference only stats I am adding Kyle Lofton as a 6th player on my third team.
 

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2019-20 Men’s Basketball
End-of-Year Awards

Player of the Year: Obi Toppin, Dayton

Defensive Player of the Year: Jacob Gilyard, Richmond

Rookie of the Year: Tre Mitchell, Massachusetts

Chris Daniels Most Improved Player: AJ Wilson, George Mason

Sixth Man of the Year: Javonte Perkins, Saint Louis

Coach of the Year: Anthony Grant, Dayton

All-Conference First Team
Jalen Crutcher, Dayton
Obi Toppin, Dayton
Fatts Russell, Rhode Island
Jacob Gilyard, Richmond
Kyle Lofton, St. Bonaventure
Jordan Goodwin, Saint Louis

All-Conference Second Team
Kellan Grady, Davidson
Marcus Weathers, Duquesne
Tre Mitchell, Massachusetts
Blake Francis, Richmond
Grant Golden, Richmond
Hasahn French, Saint Louis

All-Conference Third Team
Jon Axel Gudmundsson, Davidson
Trey Landers, Dayton
Jeff Dowtin, Rhode Island
Osun Osunniyi, St. Bonaventure
Ryan Daly, Saint Joseph’s
Javonte Perkins, Saint Louis

All-Academic Team
Ryan Mikesell, Dayton
Jeff Dowtin, Rhode Island
Jaren English, St. Bonaventure
Toliver Freeman, Saint Joseph’s
Marcus Santos-Silva, VCU

All-Defensive Team
Fatts Russell, Rhode Island
Jacob Gilyard, Richmond
Osun Osunniyi, St. Bonaventure
Hasahn French, Saint Louis
Jordan Goodwin, Saint Louis

All-Rookie Team
Hyunjung Lee, Davidson
Jamison Battle, George Washington
Tre Mitchell, Massachusetts
Yuri Collins, Saint Louis
Nah’Shon “Bones” Hyland, VCU
 

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Six players on each team is a cop out ... it’s makes choices much easier.

I was damn close with Lofton being my only big miss. I had Osun in my list but he missed some games and if I was putting three on a team he probably would have made it
 

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2019-20 Men’s Basketball
End-of-Year Awards

Player of the Year: Obi Toppin, Dayton

Defensive Player of the Year: Jacob Gilyard, Richmond

Rookie of the Year: Tre Mitchell, Massachusetts

Chris Daniels Most Improved Player: AJ Wilson, George Mason

Sixth Man of the Year: Javonte Perkins, Saint Louis

Coach of the Year: Anthony Grant, Dayton

All-Conference First Team
Jalen Crutcher, Dayton
Obi Toppin, Dayton
Fatts Russell, Rhode Island
Jacob Gilyard, Richmond
Kyle Lofton, St. Bonaventure
Jordan Goodwin, Saint Louis

All-Conference Second Team
Kellan Grady, Davidson
Marcus Weathers, Duquesne
Tre Mitchell, Massachusetts
Blake Francis, Richmond
Grant Golden, Richmond
Hasahn French, Saint Louis

All-Conference Third Team
Jon Axel Gudmundsson, Davidson
Trey Landers, Dayton
Jeff Dowtin, Rhode Island
Osun Osunniyi, St. Bonaventure
Ryan Daly, Saint Joseph’s
Javonte Perkins, Saint Louis

All-Academic Team
Ryan Mikesell, Dayton
Jeff Dowtin, Rhode Island
Jaren English, St. Bonaventure
Toliver Freeman, Saint Joseph’s
Marcus Santos-Silva, VCU

All-Defensive Team
Fatts Russell, Rhode Island
Jacob Gilyard, Richmond
Osun Osunniyi, St. Bonaventure
Hasahn French, Saint Louis
Jordan Goodwin, Saint Louis

All-Rookie Team
Hyunjung Lee, Davidson
Jamison Battle, George Washington
Tre Mitchell, Massachusetts
Yuri Collins, Saint Louis
Nah’Shon “Bones” Hyland, VCU
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Fack the watered-down bullshit 6 player all-conference team! Grow a pair of [Baylee] Steel[e] balls and select 5, fack their feelings!

Cancel the A10 tournament Bernie, someone might sneeze.

Small-time mid-major Juan Bid pussy conference!

Faaaaah!
I call for a 14 day quarantine in Salamanca. See you soon.
 

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I can make the cases for Lofton and Osuniyi on the all-A10 teams easy, but I also have a hard time arguing player A over player B in most cases. Making cases to NOT put 30 guys in the top 15 is difficult.

This league is deep as fuck, people.
 

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At the conclusion of the regular season i had thought about posting a thread to get posters' feedback on the All Conference Team, but a bad internet connection did me in.In any event, my individual awards were the same as what the A-10 listed. I had Grady and Mitchell on the first team in lieu of Russell & Lofton. Hard to go wrong, some good players this year. Hope the underclassmen who don't go pro, return to their teams for next season.
 
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