Redick, Brown headline Wooden Award midseason list

Updated: January 30, 2006, 11:14 AM ET
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Duke's J.J. Redick and Illinois' Dee Brown, members of the 2004-05 Wooden Award All-American team, headline the 30 players named to the Wooden Award midseason All-American team.

Redick and Brown join Duke's Sheldon Williams and Boston College's Craig Smith as the only members of the team who were also on last season's official voting ballot.

The 30 players named to the team are the favorites to win the Wooden Award, but players who didn't make the midseason list are still eligible to be named to the official postseason ballot.

The team
Hassan Adams, Sr., Guard, Arizona
Maurice Ager, Sr., Guard, Michigan State
LaMarcus Aldridge, So., Forward, Texas
Dee Brown, Sr., Guard, Illinois
Rodney Carney, Sr., Forward, Memphis
Paul Davis, Sr., Center, Michigan State
Taquan Dean, Sr., Guard, Louisville
Jordan Farmar, So., Guard, UCLA
Nick Fazekas, Jr., Forward, Nevada
Randy Foye, Sr., Guard, Villanova
Mike Gansey, Sr., Forward, West Virginia
Thomas Gardner, Jr., Guard, Missouri
Rudy Gay, So., Forward, Connecticut
Justin Gray, Sr., Guard, Wake Forest
Taurean Green, So., Guard, Florida
Marco Killingsworth, Sr., Forward, Indiana
Carl Krauser, Jr., Guard, Pittsburgh
Paul Millsap, Jr., Forward, Louisiana Tech
Gerry McNamara, Sr., Guard, Syracuse
Adam Morrison, Jr., Forward, Gonzaga
Steve Novak, Sr., Forward, Marquette
Kevin Pittsnogle, Sr., Center, West Virginia
Allan Ray, Sr., Guard, Villanova
J.J. Redick, Sr., Guard, Duke
Rajon Rondo, So., Guard, Kentucky
Brandon Roy, Sr., Guard, Washington
Craig Smith, Sr., Forward, Boston College
Alando Tucker, So., Forward, Wisconsin
P.J. Tucker, Jr., Forward, Texas
Shelden Williams, Sr., Forward, Duke