The 2015-16 college basketball season will be remembered as the year of the senior, and the old fellas are well-represented in the Bleacher Report postseason awards.
Four of the five first-team All-Americans are seniors, and the clear-cut two best players in college basketball this season are four-year guys.
In the one-and-done era, that has been a rarity. That makes this season old school in a way. Many of the players recognized in the following pages weren't 5-star recruits, but they put in the effort—Oklahoma's Buddy Hield, for instance, is known for an insane work ethic—and they developed.
Noticeably missing from our first team is LSU's Ben Simmons—and for good reason. Simmons' production earned him a second-team nod, but team success should matter—and he got knocked because the Tigers will likely miss the NCAA tournament.
Let's get to the picks.