Former Spartan honored to be a part of select group.
Green collects five awards during the evening.
Former walk-on lives his dreams at Michigan State.
Draymond Green grabs his 1,000th career rebound, but the Spartan defense was the star.
Complete coverage as the Spartans meet the media.
Co-recipient of MSU's Unsung Player Award Appeared in 21 games Scored two points vs. Nebraska Omaha and one against UMKC Grabbed two rebounds against Texas Southern and at home vs. Nebraska.
Appeared in six games, totaling eight minutes Recipient of MSU's Tim Bograkos Walk-On Award Scored his only two points of the season vs. Prairie View A&M (12/18) Grabbed a season-high three rebounds vs. Bowling Green (12/4) Appeared in one Big Ten contest (vs. Iowa, 3/2) and saw action against Purdue (3/11) in the Big Ten Tournament.
Sat out season due to NCAA regulations after transferring from Grand Valley State.
2008-09 at Grand Valley State
Played in 27 games, averaging 3.3 points and 2.2 rebounds Scored a career-best 11 points against Michigan Tech (1/29), adding six rebounds Scored 10 points against Tiffin (1/17) Grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds against Marygrove (12/28) Led the Lakers with a .648 field-goal percentage, connecting on 35-54 shots Blocked three shots against Saginaw Valley State (1/8).
2007-08 at Grand Valley State
Played in 25 games as a freshman, averaging 0.8 points and 1.2 rebounds Scored six points against Marygrove College (11/27) Grabbed five rebounds against Tiffin (1/8) Blocked two shots against Kalamazoo College (11/20).
Averaged 10.8 points, 8.0 rebounds and 3.0 blocks as a senior at Okemos High School, playing for Coach Dan Stolz Led Okemos to a league championship and lost by one point in double overtime of the Class A state finals Earned 5th-Team All-State accolades First-Team All-CAAC and Lansing State Journal All-Area selection Averaged 9.5 points and 8.2 rebounds in 2006, as well as 3.1 blocks, helping Okemos to a 25-2 record All-state honorable mention CAAC All-league honorable mention Earned Okemos Varsity Most Improved Award as a sophomore, contributing to a squad that posted a 16-5 record.
Born Jan. 10, 1989 Son of Greg and Jamie Ianni Comes from family of collegiate athletes: father played baseball at Michigan State; mother played basketball, volleyball and softball at Adrian College; sister, Allison, played volleyball at Pacific and Michigan State Sociology major.