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Southeastern Conference Men's Basketball Rookie of the Year

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Country  United States
Currently held by  Malik Monk, Kentucky
First awarded  1998

Awarded for  the most outstanding first-year male basketball player in the Southeastern Conference

The Southeastern Conference (SEC) Men's Basketball Rookie of the Year is an umbrella name for two awards given to the most outstanding basketball player in his first year at a Southeastern Conference school. One award, voted on and presented by SEC coaches, is currently called Freshman of the Year, and is open only to freshmen (i.e., those who are in their first season of college play, which is usually but not always their first year of college). The other award, presented by the Associated Press, is called Newcomer of the Year, and is open to any player in his first season at an SEC school, including those who transferred to SEC schools. (The coaches' award was not always restricted to freshmen, but now is.)

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Southeastern Conference Men's Basketball Rookie of the Year Wikipedia


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