David Robinson, the 7-foot 1-inch senior center who has been responsible for Navy's success over the past three seasons, is the only unanimous selection on the 1986-87 Associated Press college basketball All-American team announced Monday.
Also chosen to the first team were seniors Steve Alford of Indiana, the only repeater; Kenny Smith of North Carolina, Reggie Williams of Georgetown and junior Danny Manning of Kansas.
Robinson, who shot 59% from the field, averaged 27.5 points, 11.8 rebounds and blocked 142 shots--best in the nation--this season. In four seasons, he has 2,619 points, 1,301 rebounds and compiled a 64% field-goal percentage.
Alford is Indiana's all-time scoring leader with 2,300 points. A member of the gold-medal 1984 U.S. Olympic team, he made 86 three-point goals (51%) while averaging 21.8 points. Overall, the 6-2 guard made 49% of his field-goal attempts and 89% of his free throws.