Kris Joseph of regular season champion Syracuse headlines the 2012 All-Big East First Team. He is joined by Jae Crowder and Darius Johnson-Odom of Marquette, Jason Clark of Georgetown, Kevin Jones of West Virginia and Jeremy Lamb of Connecticut.
Crowder was named Big East Player of the Year.
On the All-Big East Second Team is Scoop Jardine of Syracuse, Jack Cooley of Notre Dame, Sean Kilpatrick of Cincinnati, Jordan Theodore of Seton Hall and Maalik Wayns of Villanova.
Dion Waiters of Syracuse headlines the All-Big East Third Team and is joined by Darryl Bryant of West Virginia, Vincent Council of Providence, Herb Pope of Seton Hall and Henry Sims of Georgetown.
Receiving Honorable Mention consideration is Ashton Gibbs of Pitt, Maurice Harkless of St. John's, Kyle Kuric of Louisville, Cleveland Melvin of DePaul and Hollis Thompson of Georgetown.
Fab Melo of Syracuse was named Defensive Player of the Year, while teammate Waiters was named Sixth Man of the Year. Cooley won the Most Improved Player award.
On the All-Rookie Team is Andre Drummond of Connecticut, Chane Behanan of Louisville, Anthony Collins of South Florida, Jerian Grant of Notre Dame, LaDontae Henton of Providence, and Maurice Harkless and D'Angelo Harrison of St. John's.
Harkless was named Rookie of the Year.