Ohio's D.J. Cooper, Buffalo's Javon McCrea, Kent State's Chris Evans and Toledo's Rian Pearson. This is Javon McCrea's second consecutive year on the MAC first first team and Cooper's third. Marshall and Pearson made an appearance on last year's All-MAC Second Team while this marks the first All-MAC honor of any kind for Evans
McCrea being first team was a lock. The Junior was a double-double machine this season and in doing so he dominated in MAC play. McCrea was near the top in the conference for points, rebounds, blocks and field goal percentage. He showed up in big games and was a difference maker all season. His offensive skill set is the best of all big men in the MAC and he's no slouch on defense either; his nearly 3 blocks-per-game back that claim up.
Skeete took on a much larger role when Buffalo lost Jarod Oldham to injury and gradually became a very effective player.
The Freshman had just one double double on the year but following the Oldham Injury he often would score more than ten and finished the season shooting almost 1-3 from beyond the arc.
All-MAC First Team Zeke Marshall, C, Akron Javon McCrea, F, Buffalo Chris Evans, W/F, Kent State Rian Pearson, G, Toledo D.J. Cooper, G, Ohio
All-MAC Second Team Demetrius "Tree" Treadwell, F, Akron Jauwan Scaife, G, Ball State A'uston Calhoun, F, Bowling Green Kyle Randall, G, Central Michigan Shayne Whittington, F/C, Western Michigan
All-MAC Third Team Majok Majok, F, Ball State Randal Holt, G, Kent State Walter Offutt, G, Ohio Reggie Keely, F, Ohio Julius "Juice" Brown, G, Toledo
Honorable Mention Alex Abreu, G, Akron Jordon Crawford, G, Bowling Green Glenn Bryant, F, Eastern Michigan Will Felder, F, Miami Nate Hutcheson, F, Western Michigan
MAC All-Freshman Team Jake Kretzer, G/F, Akron Jarryn Skeete, G, Buffalo Chris Fowler, G, Central Michigan Nathan Boothe, C, Toledo Darius Paul, F, Western Michigan