Kenny Anderson may not enjoy being cast in a sequel.

The Georgia Tech sophomore guard, named Thursday to The Associated Press preseason college basketball All-America team, will have to carry on alone this season with the departure of his co-stars from last year's Final Four team. Gone are Dennis Scott and Brian Oliver, who along with Anderson, were known as "Lethal Weapon 3."Don't fret for Yellow Jackets coach Bobby Cremins. Anderson is still considered deadly.

Joining the 6-foot-2 Anderson on the team were guard Steve Smith of Michigan State and forwards Larry Johnson of UNLV, Billy Owens of Syracuse and Alonzo Mourning of Georgetown.

Johnson, an All-American last season, was one vote short of being a unanimous selection by the nationwide panel of 65 sports writers and broadcasters.

Anderson was second with 59 votes, followed by Smith with 46, Owens with 36, and Mourning with 31.