Shurna's versatility was one of his biggest assets during his NU career. Not only was he third in the Big Ten with 1.6 blocks per game, he was also sixth in the league with a 3-point field goal percentage of 44 percent and led the conference with 2.9 threes per game.
According to a release from the school: "Shurna also ranks in the top 10 in Northwestern history with 704 field goals (2nd), 128 games started (2nd), 4,132 minutes played (2nd), 274 3-point field goals (3rd), 356 free throws (6th), 295 assists (7th) and a .401 3-point field goal percentage (8th)."
Shurna joins four other Big Ten players — Trey Burke (Michigan), Robbie Hummel (Purdue), Jordan Taylor (Wisconsin) and Cody Zeller (Indiana) — as an honorable mention pick. Ohio State's Jared Sullinger and Michigan State's Draymond Green earned first team All-American honors.