Big 12, Big East and Big Ten land three players on Wooden Award ballot

Azubuike scores career-high 31 on senior night (1:56)

Udoka Azubuike leads the Kansas Jayhawks to a senior-night victory, scoring 31 points and helping coach Bill Self to his 500th victory. (1:56)

The national ballot for the 2020 Wooden Award was released Saturday, with the list trimmed to 15 players.

No new names were added from February's Late Season Watch List, and five players were cut. There are no freshmen. No. 1 Kansas is the only team with more than one player listed (Udoka Azubuike and Devon Dotson).

The Big 12, Big East and Big Ten lead all conferences with three players apiece.

The five players cut from February's list were Duke's Vernon Carey Jr., Georgia's Anthony Edwards, Minnesota's Daniel Oturu, Maryland's Jalen Smith and Penn State's Lamar Stevens.

The ballot includes six seniors, three juniors and six sophomores.

The winner of the Wooden Award will be announced during the ESPN College Basketball Awards on April 10.

A complete look at the Wooden Men's National Ballot: