The Associated Press' 2004-05 preseason All-America team, with school, year, height, votes from a 72-member national media panel and averages from last season:
Chris Paul, Wake Forest, so, 6-0, g, 55 votes, 14.8 pts, 5.9 asts.
Lawrence Roberts, Mississippi State, sr, 6-9, f, 50, 16.9 pts, 10.1 rebs.
Wayne Simien, Kansas, sr, 6-9, f, 50, 17.8 pts, 9.3 rebs.
Julius Hodge, North Carolina State, sr, 6-6, g-f, 41, 18.2 pts, 6.4 rebs.
Hakim Warrick, Syracuse, sr, 6-8, f, 33, 19.8 pts, 8.6 rebs.
Others receiving votes (in alphabetical order): Dee Brown, Illinois; Taylor Coppenrath, Vermont; Travis Diener, Marquette; Ike Diogu, Arizona State; B.J. Elder, Georgia Tech; Raymond Felton, North Carolina; Channing Frye, Arizona; Francisco Garcia, Louisville; J.R. Giddens, Kansas; John Gilchrist, Maryland; Ryan Gomes, Providence; Joey Graham, Oklahoma State; Jarrett Jack, Georgia Tech; John Lucas, Oklahoma State; Sean May, North Carolina; Rashad McCants, North Carolina; Gerry McNamara, Syracuse; J.J. Redick, Duke; Nate Robinson, Washington; Luke Schenscher, Georgia Tech; Craig Smith, Boston College; Chris Thomas, Notre Dame; Ronny Turiaf, Gonzaga; Charlie Villaneuva, Connecticut; Deron Williams, Illinois; Shelden Williams, Duke.