Johnny Dee named to the 2013-14 Lou Henson preseason All-America team

USDTOREROSDOTCOM Johnny Dee receives preseason honor
USDTOREROSDOTCOM
Johnny Dee receives preseason honor
USDTOREROSDOTCOM

Oct. 7, 2013

San Diego, Calif. - University of San Diego junior guard Johnny Dee (Vista, Calif.) has been named to the 2013-14 Lou Henson preseason All-America team, it was announced by CollegInsider.com The Lou Henson Award is presented annually to the top Mid-Major player in Division I college basketball. The award is named in honor of Lou Henson who retired after a spectacular coaching career that lasted 41 years. Saint Mary's Matthew Dellavedova was the recipient of the 2013 Lou Henson National Player of the Year award. The award is presented annually to the top mid-major player.

Dee, the team's leading scorer the past two seasons, enters his junior campaign with 937 points in 65 career contests. Last year he was named All-West Coast Conference honorable mention after averaging 15.0 points per game and converting 80-of-212 three-point attempts. USD fans will get a chance to see Dee and the Toreros in action on October 26th when they host Cal State Monterey Bay in a 6:00 p.m. exhibition at the Jenny Craig Pavilion.

At the same time the Henson Award was established, College Insider also created the Lou Henson All-America Team, consisting of the 30 players that its selection committee deems to be the top Division I mid-major players.

2013 LOU HENSON PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA TEAM
Cameron Ayers, 6-5, Sr., Bucknell
Travis Bader, 6-5, Sr., Oakland
Jerrelle Benimon, 6-8, Sr., Towson
Sim Bhullar, 7-6, So., New Mexico State
Taylor Braun, 6-7, Sr., North Dakota State
Jason Brickman, 6-0, Sr., LIU-Brooklyn
De'Mon Brooks, 6-7, Sr., Davidson
Glenn Cosey, 6-0, Sr., Eastern Kentucky
Johnny Dee, 6-0, Jr., San Diego
Troy Huff, 6-5, Sr., North Dakota
Anthony Ireland, 5-10, Sr., Loyola Marymount
D.J. Irving, 6-0, Sr., Boston University
Damion Lee, 6-6, Jr., Drexel
Javon McCrea, 6-7, Sr., Buffalo
Elfrid Payton, 6-3, Jr., UL-Lafayette
Rian Pearson, 6-4, Sr., Toledo
Kendrick Perry, 6-0, Sr., Youngstown State
Augustine Rubit, 6-7, Sr., South Alabama
Wesley Saunders, 6-5, Jr., Harvard
Bernard Thompson, 6-3, Jr., Florida Gulf Coast
Lucas Troutman, 6-10, Sr., Elon
Demetrius Treadwell, 6-7, Sr., Akron
Jameel Warney, 6-8, So., Stony Brook
Alan Williams, 6-7, Jr., UC Santa Barbara
Pendarvis Williams, 6-6, Sr., Norfolk State