USBWA MEN'S ALL-AMERICANS
1957-69 | 1970-79 | 1980-89 | 1990-99 | 2000-09 | 2010-14 | NOTES
THREE-TIME USBWA ALL-AMERICANS (19)
Lew Alcindor, UCLA (1967-69)
Terry Dischinger, Purdue (1960-62)
Patrick Ewing, Georgetown (1983-85)
Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina (2007-09)
Keith Lee, Memphis State (1983-85)
Jerry Lucas, Ohio State (1960-62)
Danny Manning, Kansas (1986-88; 2nd Team in '86)
Pete Maravich, LSU (1968-70)
Doug McDermott, Creighton (2012-14)
Calvin Murphy, Niagara (1968-70)
Cotton Nash, Kentucky (1962-64)
Sam Perkins, North Carolina (1982-84)
Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati (1958-60)
Cazzie Russell, Michigan (1964-66)
Ralph Sampson, Virginia (1981-83)
David Thompson, N.C. State (1973-75)
Wayman Tisdale, Oklahoma (1983-85)
Bill Walton, UCLA (1972-74)
Sidney Wicks, UCLA (1969-71)

TWO-TIME USBWA ALL-AMERICANS (74)
Mark Aguirre, DePaul (1980-81)
Elgin Baylor, Seattle (1957-58)
Troy Bell, Boston College (2001 2nd Team, 2003 2nd Team)
Len Bias, Maryland (1985 2nd Team, 1986)
Larry Bird, Indiana State (1978-79)
Bob Boozer, Kansas State (1958-59)
Bill Bradley, Princeton (1964-65)
Austin Carr, Notre Dame (1970-71)

Wilt Chamberlain, Kansas (1957-58)
Calbert Cheaney, Indiana (1991 2nd Team, 1993)
Mateen Cleaves, Michigan State (1998-99)
Adrian Dantley, Notre Dame (1975-76)
Tim Duncan, Wake Forest (1996-97)
Sean Elliott, Arizona (1988-89)
Dale Ellis, Tennessee (1982-83)
Danny Ferry, Duke (1988 2nd Team, 1989)

Phil Ford, North Carolina (1977-78)
Danny Fortson, Cincinnati (1996 2nd Team, 1997)
Hank Gathers, Loyola Marymount (1989 2nd Team, 1990 2nd Team)
Gary Grant, Michigan (1987 2nd Team, 1988)
Rod Griffin, Wake Forest (1977-78)
Richard Hamilton, Connecticut (1998 2nd Team, 1999)
Elvin Hayes, Houston (1967-68)
Walt Hazzard, UCLA (1963-64)

Art Heyman, Duke (1962-63)
Grant Hill, Duke (1993 2nd Team, 1994)
Luke Harangody, Notre Dame (2008 2nd Team, 2009 2nd Team)
Bailey Howell, Mississippi State (1958-59)
Dan Issel, Kentucky (1969-70)
Chris Jackson, LSU (1989-90)
Jimmy Jackson, Ohio State (1991-92)
Casey Jacobsen, Stanford (2001, 2002 2nd Team)
Larry Johnson, UNLV (1990-91)

Michael Jordan, North Carolina (1983-84)
Roger Kaiser, Georgia Tech (1960-61)
Bernard King, Tennessee (1976-77)
Kerry Kittles, Villanova (1995 2nd Team, 1996 2nd Team)
Christian Laettner, Duke (1991 2nd Team, 1992)
Raef LaFrentz, Kansas (1997-98)
Dwight Lamar, Southwestern Louisiana (1972-73)
Trajan Langdon, Duke (1998 3rd Team, 1999 2nd Team)

Bob Lanier, St. Bonaventure (1968, '70)
Clyde Lee, Vanderbilt (1965-66)
John Lucas, Maryland (1975-76)
Scott May, Indiana (1975-76)
Bill McGill, Utah (1961-62)
Larry Miller, North Carolina (1967-68)
Andre Miller, Utah (1998 3rd Team, 1999)
Rick Mount, Purdue (1969-70)

Chris Mullin, St. John’s (1984-85)
Troy Murphy, Notre Dame (2000-01)
Mike O’Koren, North Carolina (1979-80)
Shaquille O’Neal, LSU (1991-92)
Scoonie Penn, Ohio State (1999 2nd Team, 2000 2nd Team)
Ed Ratleff, Long Beach State (1972-73)
David Robinson, Navy (1986 2nd Team, 1987)
Glenn Robinson, Purdue (1993 2nd Team, 1994)

John Roche, South Carolina (1970-71)
Guy Rodgers, Temple (1957-58)
Charlie Scott, North Carolina (1969-70)
Lionel Simmons, La Salle (1989 2nd Team, 1990)
Dave Stallworth, Wichita State (1964-65)
Tom Stith, St. Bonaventure (1960-61)
Jared Sullinger, Ohio State (2011-12)
Mychal Thompson, Minnesota (1977-78)
Wes Unseld, Louisville (1967-68)

Keith Van Horn, Utah (1996 2nd Team, 1997)
Jacque Vaughn, Kansas (1996 2nd Team, 1997 2nd Team)
Chet Walker, Bradley (1961-62)
Jim Walker, Providence (1966-67)
Kenny Walker, Kentucky (1985 2nd Team, 1986)
Jerry West, West Virginia (1959-60)
David West, Xavier (2002 2nd Team, 2003)
Keith Wilkes, UCLA (1973-74)
Jason Williams, Duke (2001-02)
Corliss Williamson, Arkansas (1994 2nd Team, 1995 2nd Team)

By School:
Duke 6 (Danny Ferry, Art Heyman, Grant Hill, Christian Laettner, Trajan Langdon, Jason Williams); North Carolina 6 (Phil Ford, Tyler Hansbrough, Michael Jordan, Larry Miller, Mike O'Koren, Charlie Scott); Notre Dame 4 (Austin Carr, Adrian Dantley, Luke Harangody, Troy Murphy); Kansas 3 (Wilt Chamberlain, Raef LaFrentz, Jacque Vaughn); Ohio State 3 (Jimmy Jackson, Scoonie Penn, Jared Sullinger); Utah 3 (Bill McGill, Andre Miller, Keith Van Horn); Indiana 2 (Calbert Cheaney, Scott May); Kentucky 2 (Dan Issel, Kenny Walker); LSU 2 (Chris Jackson, Shaquille O'Neal); Maryland 2 (Len Bias, John Lucas); Purdue 2 (Rick Mount, Glenn Robinson); St. Bonaventure 2 (Bob Lanier, Tom Stith); Tennessee 2 (Dale Ellis, Bernard King); UCLA 2 (Walt Hazzard, Keith Wilkes); Wake Forest 2 (Tim Duncan, Rod Griffin).