FSU Senior Micheal Snear Named All-American by Blue Ribon Yearbook  

By Franchise Sports

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. (franchisesportsonline.net) – The Blue Ribbon Yearbook released their list for 2012-13 All-American team Wednesday. Florida State’s Micheal Snear made the team as well as Indiana’s Cody Zeller, Ohio State’s Deshaun Thomas, Louisville’s Petyon Siva and Creighton’s Doug McDermott.

All five grace the cover of this year’s Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, which is available for purchase online at www.blueribbonyearbookonline.com. Edited by Chris Dortch, the publication is noted as the most comprehensive college basketball publication on the market.

Micheal Snear enters is entering his senior season ranked ninth in school history with with 133 career made 3-point shots. He needs only 123 made 3-point field goals to surpass James Collins (school record 255 career 3-point shots made) for the all-time Seminole lead and needs 62 to move into Florida State’s all-time top five with 195. Michael Snaer enters his senior season ranked 11th in school history with 349 career 3-point field goal attempts. He is six attempts from moving into top 10, 125 attempts from moving into the top five and 338 attempts away becoming Florida State’s all-time leader and surpassing James Collins (686 career 3-poit shot attempts). Michael Snaer enters his senior season ranked seventh in school history with a career 3-point field goal shooting percentage of .381. He is looking to become one of only six players in school history to shoot .400 percent or better from the 3-point line for his career. Michael Snaer enters his senior season ranked 24th in school history with a .736 career free throw shooting percentage. His is looking to become one of only six players in school history to shoot .800 percent or better from the free throw line for his career. Michael Snaer enters his senior season having played in 101 career games and having started 77 times during his career. He needs to play in 36 games to set the all-time school record for games played and needs to start 23 games to move into Florida State’s all-time top five for career games started.

FSU Snear earned All-ACC Second Team, ACC All-Defensive Team (Coaches and Media) and ACC All-Tournament First Team honors in leading the Seminoles to the first ACC Championship in school history. He is only the fifth freshman in school history to be named to the ACC All Freshmen team in 2010 joining Corey Louis (1995), Michael Joiner (2001), Alexander Johnson (2004) and Solomon Alabi (2009)…named to the All-District IV Team (Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida) by the US Basketball Writers Association in 2012.

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