Ohio State forward Deshaun Thomas was named to the All-American third team by the Associated Press on Monday.
Thomas, a junior, was the Big Ten leader in scoring at 19.8 points per game. He was the only Buckeyes player chosen by AP.
Ohio State's season often went as Thomas did. The Buckeyes often failed to find scoring outside of Thomas. In the team's Elite Eight loss to Wichita State, Thomas scored 22 points against the Shockers, but shot just seven for 19.
Thomas was in double-digits in all 37 games this season. He had a season-high 31 points Nov. 18 against Washington.
He also averaged 5.9 rebounds and 1.3 assists on the season.
Most expect Thomas to enter the NBA Draft. Underclassmen have until April 28 to go pro.
The AP first team consists of Michigan's Trey Burke (a Columbus native), Creighton's Doug McDermott, Gonzaga's Kelly Olynk, Indiana's Victor Oladipo and Georgetown's Otto Porter.
The second team is Marcus Smart of Oklahoma State, Mason Plumlee of Duke, Cody Zeller of Indiana, Shane Larkin of Miami and Ben McLemore of Kansas.
Joining Thomas on the third team is Jeff Withey of Kansas, Erick Green of Virginia Tech, Nate Wolters of South Dakota State and Russ Smith of Louisville.