Bryan, Fuller, Dedmon, Wesley, Terrell and Oraby also claim awards
Omar Oraby had 18 points and 10 rebounds and J.T. Terrell added 14 for USC.
Eric Wise scored 22 points to lead five USC players in double figures.
Terrell top scorer for Trojans with 17 points.
J.T. Terrell scores 18 points for Trojans in 71-60 victory over Washington.
A wrap-up of the 2012-13 USC Men's Basketball season through photos.
Utah vs. USC
USC vs. Washington - AP Photos (3/6/13)
USC vs. Arizona - AP Photos
USC vs. Cal (AP)
BREAKDOWN: Omar Oraby, 7-foot-2, 270-pound junior center transferred to USC from Rice this fall and has petitioned for a hardship waiver to play this season. Whenever he becomes available, Oraby will create a huge post-presence for the Trojans. He has the ability to efficiently score around the rim, block shots and strengthen the interior defense. He set the Rice single-season blocks record as a sophomore.
2011-12: As a sophomore Oraby played in 34 games (four starts) for the Owls and averaged 6.0 points and 3.6 rebounds in 11.6 minutes per game, while setting the school record for blocks in a season with 54. He made 62.9 percent of his field goal attempts (78-for-124) to lead all Rice players. He also made 71.2 percent of his free throw attempts (47-for-66). Oraby posted three double-doubles during the year, going for 11 points and 12 rebounds at Houston Baptist, 16 points and 10 rebounds vs. Marshall and 11 points and 11 rebounds vs. Houston. He scored in double figures eight times with a career-high 17 points vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore on Nov. 20, 2011. His first career start was the game at Houston Baptist and in his four starts he averaged 9.0 points and 4.3 rebounds. He scored eight points and grabbed six rebounds in the Owl's road win at UTEP, with his first of two consecutive three-point plays giving Rice the lead for good at 41-39 with 10 minutes to play. He tied a Rice record with six blocks vs. Marshall on Jan. 7.
2010-11: Oraby saw action in 16 games for Rice as a freshman. He averaged 2.0 points and 1.1 rebounds in 3.6 minutes per game. Scored his first career points, tallying four points on 2-for-3 shooting vs. Grambling State on Nov. 14. Scored a season-high nine points in a season-high 14 minutes played at Tulsa on Jan. 8. Made 58.3 percent of his field goal attempts (14-for-24) during the season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Oraby attended Modern English high school in Cairo, Egypt. He played internationally as a member of Egypt's Junor National team. He was one of the leading rebounders and shot blockers at FIBA's 2009 U19 World Championships played in New Zealand. He had double-doubles in Egypt's final two games, including a 24-point, 11-rebound effort against Kazakhstan.
PERSONAL: Oraby was born on Sept. 8, 1991 in Cairo, Egypt. He is the son of Tarek Saiid Oraby and Omneya Saad Gohar and has two siblings, a brother, Mohamed, who played handball for the Egyptian National Team and a sister, Mayar. He is a Civil Engineering major at USC.