Maryland basketball’s Jahmir Young was elected to Second Team All-Big Ten on Tuesday morning, as announced by Jeff Goodman on Twitter.
The senior guard averaged 16.3 points and 3.2 assists for the Terps this season, both team-highs. He started all 31 games, and regularly acted as the go-to ball-handler and scorer, leading Maryland to a record of 20-11 (11-9 in Big Ten).
The conference first-teamers included Jalen Pickett of Penn State and Terrance Shannon Jr. of Illinois, who averaged 18 points and 17.1 points, respectively. Young is joined on the Second Team by Boo Buie of Northwestern, who put up 17.2 points per outing.
Young’s next chance to play is on Thursday in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament, where Maryland will play the winner of Nebraska and Minnesota.