All-American teams announced - Wiggins and McDermott included

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With the Final Four now set, and the NCAA Basketball season coming to an end, the Associated Press have announced their annual All-American rosters.

All three teams are packed with talent, with many of the names listed heading to the NBA this summer in the draft.

After entering college folklore with his scoring exploits, McDermott makes first-team honors, as does Jabari Parker as his NBA Draft hype continues to build.

Andrew Wiggins meanwhile, who declared for the draft today, is only given second-team honors.

The full list is as follows...

All-American First Team:

Doug McDermott - Creighton

Jabari Parker - Duke

Russ Smith - Louisville

Shabazz Napier -  UConn

Sean Kilpatrick - Cincinnati 

Second Team:

Nick Johnson - Arizona

Andrew Wiggins - Kansas

Nik Stauskas - Michigan

Melvin Ejim - Iowa St

TJ Warren - NC State

Third Team:

Cleanthony Early - Wichita St

Kyle Anderson - UCLA

Julius Randle - Kentucky

CJ Fair - Syracuse

Scottie Wilbekin - Florida

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