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Ayton named PAC-12 Player of the Year

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UPDATE: Deandre Ayton is named PAC-12 Player of the Year.

Arizona freshman standout forward Deandre Ayton made First Team All-Pac-12 Monday, along with being named to the All-Freshman and All-Defensive team.

Ayton is likely the frontrunner for Pac-12 player of the year.

Arizona junior guard Allonzo Trier also made the 10-player, First Team All-Pac-12 list.

Arizona senior center Dusan Ristic made Second All-Pac-12.

Arizona sophomore guard Rawle Alkins made Pac-12 honorable mention, while only playing 19 of Arizona 31 games, and 15 of Arizona's 18 conference games.

Ayton is second in the Pac-12 in scoring, with 19.9 points per game and leads the conference in rebounding at 11.4 rebounds per game. Ayton is also third in the conference in blocks per game with 1.9.

Allonzo Trier finished the regular season fourth in scoring at 18.9 points per game.

Ristic averaged 11.9 points and 6.9 rebounds per game. Alkins averaged 13.7 points.

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