Three Cyclones on Big 12 Specialty Teams

DALLAS, Texas--Iowa State's Curtis Stinson, Jared Homan and Jackson Vroman all were nominated for Big 12 specialty team consideration, announced today by the Big 12 office.

Stinson, who led all Big 12 freshmen in scoring, was named to the all-freshman team, Homan made the all-improved team and Vroman was an all-underrated team pick.

Stinson has recorded one of the best rookie seasons in Iowa State and Big 12 history. The Bronx, N.Y., native currently ranks in the top-10 in scoring (15.4, 10th), assists (4.56, 3rd) and steals (1.67 spg, 5th). Homan, a native of Remsen, Iowa, improved his scoring average from 7.6 ppg to 11.2 ppg this season. The center is second in the Big 12 and has the third-most single-season blocks in school history with 67. A native of Bountiful, Utah, Vroman leads the Big 12 in rebounding (9.7 rpg) and ranks third in the conference in field goal percentage at 56.8 percent. The 6-10 forward also has a team-high seven double-doubles.

Big 12 Specialty Teams

J.R. Giddens, Kansas
Drew Lavender, Oklahoma
Jarrius Jackson, Texas Tech
Curtis Stinson, Iowa State
P.J. Tucker, Texas

Tim Ellis, Kansas State
Jared Homan, Iowa State
John Lucas, Oklahoma State
Jason Klotz, Texas
Andy Slocum, Texas A&M

Jason Detrick, Oklahoma
Lamar Harris, Colorado
Jarrett Hart, Kansas State
Terrance Thomas, Baylor
Jackson Vroman, Iowa State

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