Dee named to CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Freshmen All-America Team

USDTOREROSDOTCOM Dee named Mid-Major All-American
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Dee named Mid-Major All-American
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April 11, 2012

USD freshman guard Johnny Dee received some good news when it was recently announced that he was selected to the CollegeInsider.com 2012 Mid-Major Freshmen All-America Team. Dee, who earned two separate All-West Coast Conference honors this past season, is one of 25 players from across the nation to be honored. Rather than selecting a first, second, third team and honorable mentions; the Mid-Major Freshmen All-America squad is just one team.

He was one of six WCC players to be named to the All-WCC Honorable Mention team, and was one of five WCC freshmen named to the All-WCC Freshman Team. Dee, who led the USD Toreros (13-18, 6-8 WCC) in scoring this season with his 13.7 points per game average, ranked first in the WCC in three-pointers made per game (2.5) and was third in three-point accuracy (.422).

For the season Dee started 30-of-31 games and averaged a team-best 29.6 minutes per contest. He converted 43.2% from the field (143-331), 42.2% from beyond the three-point arc (79-187) and 85.9% from the free throw line (61-71). He reached double figure scoring in 21 games including eight games of 22 or more points. He scored a season-best 30 points against Pepperdine in the first round of the WCC Basketball Championships, and also set a new USD Division I scoring mark for freshmen with his current 426 points. For sixteen WCC contests he also averaged a team-best 13.3 points per game.

2012 CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Freshmen All-America Team
Lawrence Alexander 6-2 North Dakota State
Julius Brown 5-10 Toledo
Justin Burrell 5-8 Holy Cross
Johnny Dee 6-0 San Diego
Ben Dickinson 6-9 Binghamton
Quincy Ford 6-8 Northeastern
Trey Freeman 6-2 Campbell
Dylan Garrity 6-2 Sacramento State
Derrick Gordon 6-2 Western Kentucky
Juan'ya Green 6-3 Niagara
Ty Greene 6-2 USC Upstate
Stephan Hicks 6-5 Cal State Northridge
Evan Hymes 5-8 Siena
Lucky Jones 6-5 Robert Morris
Roosevelt Jones 6-4 Butler
Chavaughn Lewis 6-5 Marist
Four McGlynn 6-2 Vermont
Shonn Miller 6-7 Cornell
Saah Nimley 5-8 Charleston Southern
Tahj Tate 6-4 Delaware State
Bernard Thompson 6-3 Florida Gulf Coast
Jarvis Threatt 6-2 Delaware
Seth Tuttle 6-8 Northern Iowa
Kyle Vinales 6-1 Central Connecticut State
Brad Waldow 6-9 Saint Mary's