ST. LOUIS (USBWA) – The United States Basketball Writers Association has named North Carolina's Justin Jackson a second-team All-America, the USBWA announced on Monday.
The first team includes UCLA's Lonzo Ball, Gonzaga's Nigel Williams-Goss, Villanova's Josh Hart, Kansas' Frank Mason III and Purdue's Caleb Swanigan.
Joining Jackson on the USBWA's second team are Dillon Brooks of Oregon, Luke Kennard of Duke, Malik Monk of Kentucky and Johnathan Motley of Baylor.
2016-17 USBWA MEN'S ALL-AMERICA TEAM
G Lonzo Ball, UCLA (6-6, 190, Fr., Chino Hills, Calif.)
G Nigel Williams-Goss, Gonzaga (6-3, 195, Jr., Happy Valley, Ore.)
G Josh Hart, Villanova (6-5.5, 215, Sr., Silver Spring, Md.)
G Frank Mason III, Kansas (5-11, 190, Sr., Petersburg, Va.)
F Caleb Swanigan, Purdue (6-9, 250, So., Fort Wayne, Ind.)
F Dillon Brooks, Oregon (6-7, 225, Jr., Mississauga, Ont.)
F/G Justin Jackson, North Carolina (6-8, 210, Jr., Tomball, Texas)
G Luke Kennard, Duke (6-6, 202, So., Franklin, Ohio)
G Malik Monk, Kentucky (6-3, 200, Fr., Lepanto, Ark.)
F Johnathan Motley, Baylor (6-10, 230, Jr., Houston, Texas)
The USBWA All-America teams are voted on by members of the USBWA, which is comprised of over 900 sportswriters and sports journalists who cover college basketball for newspapers, magazines and websites.