Blake Griffin is AP Player of the Year

Blake Griffin was the most dominating player in the college game this season and today received The Associated Press Player of the Year award.

The Oklahoma sophomore foward averaged 22.7 points and a nation leading 14.4 rebounds per game. He led the Sooners the a 30-6 record and they reached the Regional Finals of the tournament before being ousted by the Tarheels of North Carolina.

Griffin will likely leave the college game to become a pro, he’s prospected to be the top pick in the NBA draft in June. Though his game is still raw, at 6-10 he is more than ready to battle with the big boys. Griffin was also selected to the AP All American team and was the only unanimous choice.

Other news: Kansas coach Bill Self was selected as the AP Coach of the year.

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