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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | April 5, 2016

National championship: 2016 NCAA Men's All-Final Four Team announced

  Ryan Arcidiacono (left) and Josh Hart (right) were each selected to the All-Final Four team.

Another incredible Final Four is in the books, and some huge individual performances took place in Houston.

Here is the 2016 NCAA Men’s All-Final Four Team:

G Phil Booth, Villanova

NOVA vs. UNC: P. Booth buzzer-beater

Booth was nearly perfect in the title game, as the reserve guard led the Wildcats in scoring with 20 points on 6-of-7 shooting. He had a great game against Oklahoma in the semifinals, too, scoring 10 points on 4-of-6 shooting and notching five steals.

G Josh Hart, Villanova

NOVA vs. UNC: J. Hart fadeaway

Hart did it all on both ends of the court for Villanova in Houston. He played 38 minutes in the national title game against UNC, scoring 12 points and pulling down eight rebounds. But his best performance came against Oklahoma, as the scrappy junior guard dropped 23 points on 12 shot attempts and played a pivotal role in containing Sooner guard Buddy Hield.

G Joel Berry II, North Carolina

NOVA vs. UNC: J. Berry II 3-pt

Berry was easily North Carolina’s best player in the first half of the national title game, carrying the Tar Heels on his back with 15 points. He finished with 20 tallies on the evening, and against Syracuse, he had an all-around great contest: eight points, seven rebounds and 10 assists.

F Brice Johnson, North Carolina

NOVA vs. UNC: B. Johnson dunk

Johnson had more than his fair share of rim-rattling flushes in the Final Four, and despite his team’s title game loss, Johnson will go out on an individual high note. Johnson averaged 15.5 points and 8.5 rebounds at NRG Stadium.

G Ryan Arcidiacono, Villanova

Jenkins game-winning shot

Arcidiacono captured Final Four Most Outstanding Player honors, and deservedly so. Not only did he notch the game-winning assist to Kris Jenkins; he averaged 15.5 points per game on 73 percent shooting in the Final Four while playing superb defense.

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