Basketball John Harrar named All-Big Ten honorable mention

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Penn State big man John Harrar hauled in an All-Big Ten honorable mention selection on Tuesday. It's his second year in a row with the nod. He averaged a double-double during the regular season with 10.5 points and 10.3 rebounds. The rest of the Big Ten awards are as follows (all caps denotes unanimous selection):

FIRST TEAM:
KOFI COCKBURN, ILLINOIS

KEEGAN MURRAY, IOWA

E.J. Liddell, Ohio State

Jaden Ivey, Purdue

JOHNNY DAVIS, Wisconsin

SECOND TEAM:
Trent Frazier, Illinois

Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana

Hunter Dickinson, Michigan

Zach Edey, Purdue

Ron Harper Jr., Rutgers

Brad Davison, Wisconsin
THIRD TEAM:
Alfonso Plummer, Illinois

Gabe Brown, Michigan State

Bryce McGowens, Nebraska

Malaki Branham, Ohio State

Trevion Williams, Purdue

Geo Baker, Rutgers

Honorable Mention:
Jordan Bohannon, Iowa

Fatts Russell, Maryland

Malik Hall, Michigan State

Jamison Battle, Minnesota

Payton Willis, Minnesota

John Harrar, Penn State

Sasha Stefanovic, Purdue

Tyler Wahl, Wisconsin

All-Freshman:
Moussa Diabate, Michigan

Max Christie, Michigan State

Malaki Branham, Ohio State

Bryce McGowens, Nebraska

Chucky Hepburn, Wisconsin

All-Defensive:
Trent Frazier, Illinois

Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana

E.J. Liddell, Ohio State

Caleb McConnell, Rutgers

Eric Hunter Jr., Purdue

PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Johnny Davis, Wisconsin

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Caleb McConnell, Rutgers

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR:
Malaki Branham, Ohio State

SIXTH MAN OF THE YEAR:
Trevion Williams, Purdue

COACH OF THE YEAR:
Greg Gard, Wisconsin
 
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mralph59

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I think Harrar on honorable mention is a bit of a snub. He's the second-best rebounder in the Big Ten behind Kofi Cockburn. I also believe Seth Lundy should have been honored on the All-Defensive team. I don't have many gripes with this list, though.
Penn State big man John Harrar hauled in an All-Big Ten honorable mention selection on Tuesday. It's his second year in a row with the nod. He averaged a double-double during the regular season with 10.5 points and 10.3 rebounds. The rest of the Big Ten awards are as follows (all caps denotes unanimous selection):

FIRST TEAM:
KOFI COCKBURN, ILLINOIS

KEEGAN MURRAY, IOWA

E.J. Liddell, Ohio State

Jaden Ivey, Purdue

JOHNNY DAVIS, Wisconsin

SECOND TEAM:
Trent Frazier, Illinois

Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana

Hunter Dickinson, Michigan

Zach Edey, Purdue

Ron Harper Jr., Rutgers

Brad Davison, Wisconsin
THIRD TEAM:
Alfonso Plummer, Illinois

Gabe Brown, Michigan State

Bryce McGowens, Nebraska

Malaki Branham, Ohio State

Trevion Williams, Purdue

Geo Baker, Rutgers

Honorable Mention:
Jordan Bohannon, Iowa

Fatts Russell, Maryland

Malik Hall, Michigan State

Jamison Battle, Minnesota

Payton Willis, Minnesota

John Harrar, Penn State

Sasha Stefanovic, Purdue

Tyler Wahl, Wisconsin

All-Freshman:
Moussa Diabate, Michigan

Max Christie, Michigan State

Malaki Branham, Ohio State

Bryce McGowens, Nebraska

Chucky Hepburn, Wisconsin

All-Defensive:
Trent Frazier, Illinois

Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana

E.J. Liddell, Ohio State

Caleb McConnell, Rutgers

Eric Hunter Jr., Purdue

PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Johnny Davis, Wisconsin

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Caleb McConnell, Rutgers

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR:
Malaki Branham, Ohio State

SIXTH MAN OF THE YEAR:
Trevion Williams, Purdue

COACH OF THE YEAR:
Greg Gard, Wisconsin
 

RickinDayton

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Penn State big man John Harrar hauled in an All-Big Ten honorable mention selection on Tuesday. It's his second year in a row with the nod. He averaged a double-double during the regular season with 10.5 points and 10.3 rebounds. The rest of the Big Ten awards are as follows (all caps denotes unanimous selection):

FIRST TEAM:
KOFI COCKBURN, ILLINOIS

KEEGAN MURRAY, IOWA

E.J. Liddell, Ohio State

Jaden Ivey, Purdue

JOHNNY DAVIS, Wisconsin

SECOND TEAM:
Trent Frazier, Illinois

Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana

Hunter Dickinson, Michigan

Zach Edey, Purdue

Ron Harper Jr., Rutgers

Brad Davison, Wisconsin
THIRD TEAM:
Alfonso Plummer, Illinois

Gabe Brown, Michigan State

Bryce McGowens, Nebraska

Malaki Branham, Ohio State

Trevion Williams, Purdue

Geo Baker, Rutgers

Honorable Mention:
Jordan Bohannon, Iowa

Fatts Russell, Maryland

Malik Hall, Michigan State

Jamison Battle, Minnesota

Payton Willis, Minnesota

John Harrar, Penn State

Sasha Stefanovic, Purdue

Tyler Wahl, Wisconsin

All-Freshman:
Moussa Diabate, Michigan

Max Christie, Michigan State

Malaki Branham, Ohio State

Bryce McGowens, Nebraska

Chucky Hepburn, Wisconsin

All-Defensive:
Trent Frazier, Illinois

Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana

E.J. Liddell, Ohio State

Caleb McConnell, Rutgers

Eric Hunter Jr., Purdue

PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Johnny Davis, Wisconsin

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Caleb McConnell, Rutgers

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR:
Malaki Branham, Ohio State

SIXTH MAN OF THE YEAR:
Trevion Williams, Purdue

COACH OF THE YEAR:
Greg Gard, Wisconsin
Honorable mention for John H. Definitely a snub. The guy averaged a double-double.
 

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I think Harrar on honorable mention is a bit of a snub. He's the second-best rebounder in the Big Ten behind Kofi Cockburn. I also believe Seth Lundy should have been honored on the All-Defensive team. I don't have many gripes with this list, though.
Who do you put him in over? I love JH but if you do a draft of big men in the league he is not going above any of those other guys.