Evan Turner - First Team All American
Evan Turner of the Ohio State University has been named the first All-American of the team and was a key player in leading the team to their Big Ten title. Turner plays as the small forward, shooting guard, and point guard for the team, and he was named the first team All-American and the National Player of the Year in 2010.
By Mark Ramos
Most recently, he was one of the five out of the Big Ten players who was in the top 10 in assists, rebounds, and points scored within the same season. Even better, he was named on the watch list of nominees for the 2010 Wooden Award, as well as on the watch list for the Naismith College Player of the Year award.
In short, it is easy to expect the best from Turner, who is a 6’7” point guard with an excellent record. Many experts anticipate that he will rank as high as number two in the NBA draft for the summer, and he has successfully led his team in high point scores, assists, and rebounds. From the field, he has been reported to shoot at 53.8%, and he is also recovered successfully from his hiatus to the game after breaking six bones in his back. Mark Ramos is a coffee fanatic that has spent the entirety of his career cultivating and studying all of the best uses and brewing styles for optimal coffee and espresso flavor. His specialty site for all coffee needs, supplies, and Flavored Coffee can be found at The Coffee Bump.