Texas forward Dylan Disu is given first-team All-Big 12 honors

The All-Big 12 team has been announced. Texas forward Dylan Disu received first-team honors.

The distinction is well-earned for Disu who put up a career best season in Austin. For the year he put up a strong 16.1 points and 4.9 rebounds per game. The point average was bolstered by an impressive 51.3% conversion rate from three point range.

Disu was one of the few predictable players on Texas’ 2024 squad consistently producing for his team on the court. His strong performance aided Texas in reaching 20 wins on the year despite losing several key contributors from the team’s Elite Eight run a season ago.

Heading into the Big 12 tournament, Texas is seemingly a lock to reach the NCAA tournament. That said, it has plenty to gain by a strong showing over the next week including a higher tournament seed. How high the team can climb is up for debate, but one would presume a handful of resume-building win opportunities will be there if the Longhorns keep winning.

For Texas to experience continued success, Disu will likely be a huge part of it. The forward will look to secure more wins as his team enters the middle of March.

Story originally appeared on Longhorns Wire