1951 NCAA Men's Basketball All-Americans

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The Consensus 1951 College Basketball All-American team, as determined by aggregating the results of five major All-American teams.1 To earn "consensus" status, a player must win honors from a majority of the following teams: the Associated Press, Look Magazine, The United Press International, Collier's Magazine and the International News Service.

1951 Consensus All-America team

Consensus First Team
Player Position Class Team
Clyde Lovellette C Junior Kansas
Gene Melchiorre G Senior Bradley
Bill Mlkvy F Junior Temple
Sam Ranzino G Senior North Carolina State
Bill Spivey C Junior Kentucky


Consensus Second Team
Player Position Class Team
Ernie Barrett G/F Senior Kansas State
Bill Garrett F Senior Indiana
Dick Groat G Junior Duke
Mel Hutchins F/C Junior Brigham Young
Gale McArthur G Senior Oklahoma A&M

Individual All-America teams

All-America Team
First team Second team Third team
Player School Player School Player School
Associated Press 2 Clyde Lovellette Kansas Ernie Barrett Kansas State John Azary Columbia
Gene Melchiorre Bradley Bill Garrett Indiana Mel Hutchins Brigham Young
Bill Mlkvy Temple Dick Groat Duke Frank Ramsey Kentucky
Sam Ranzino North Carolina State Gale McArthur Oklahoma A&M Whitey Skoog Minnesota
Bill Spivey Kentucky Bob Zawoluk St. John's Mark Workman West Virginia
UPI Clyde Lovellette Kansas John Azary Columbia Ernie Barrett Kansas State
Gene Melchiorre Bradley Bill Garrett Indiana Mel Hutchins Brigham Young
Bill Mlkvy Temple Dick Groat Duke Frank Ramsey Kentucky
Sam Ranzino North Carolina State Gale McArthur Oklahoma A&M Whitey Skoog Minnesota
Bill Spivey Kentucky Bob Zawoluk St. John's Don Sunderlage Illinois
Look Magazine3 Mel Hutchins Brigham Young John Azary Columbia Dick Groat Duke
Gale McArthur Oklahoma A&M Ernie Barrett Kansas State Gene Melchiorre Bradley
Bill Mlkvy Temple Bill Garrett Indiana Ray Ragelis Northwestern
Sam Ranzino North Carolina State Clyde Lovellette Kansas Mark Workman West Virginia
Bill Spivey Kentucky Whitey Skoog Minnesota Bob Zawoluk St. John's
International News Service Ernie Barrett Kansas State No second or third team
Mel Hutchins Brigham Young
Gene Melchiorre Bradley
Bill Mlkvy Temple
Bill Spivey Kentucky
Collier's Clyde Lovellette Kansas John Azary Columbia No third team
Gene Melchiorre Bradley Bill Garrett Indiana
Bill Mlkvy Temple Dick Groat Duke
Sam Ranzino North Carolina State Gale McArthur Oklahoma A&M
Bill Spivey Kentucky Whitey Skoog Minnesota

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