Two Coyotes, One Swede Make All-KCAC MBB Teams

WICHITA, Kan. – The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference is pleased to announce the 2020-21 KCAC Men’s Basketball all-conference teams and award winners. Student-athletes were selected for all awards by vote of the KCAC head men’s basketball coaches.

Bethel College won the regular-season title after going 16-6 overall and 16-4 in KCAC play. The Threshers’ success in the regular season earned accolades for their players and coaches. Jaylon Scott, the Threshers’ do-everything junior guard, was named both the KCAC Men’s Basketball Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year. Scott made an impact all over the floor this season, averaging a double-double and leading the team in points per game (16.32), rebounds per game (11.46), and assists per game (4.73). His rebound per game and assists per game marks ranked No. 1 in the conference in both categories. Scott made the All-Defensive Team as well.

Bethel head coach Jayson Artaz earned the KCAC Men’s Basketball Coach of the Year distinction from his peers.

Perry Carroll of Ottawa was named the 2021 KCAC Men’s Basketball Newcomer of the Year. Carroll was fifth in the conference in points per game (17.28), as well as fourth in the KCAC in field goal percentage (50.3%). Steele Gaston-Chapman of Southwestern was named the conference’s Freshman of the Year following a season in which he led the Moundbuilders in points per game (13.07), assists per game (2.93), and steals per game (1.11).

The following athletes were selected by conference men’s basketball coaches as All-KCAC First Team, Second Team, Third Team, Honorable Mention, Defensive Team, and Freshman Team.

Statistical information on the 2020-21 men’s basketball season can be found here.


Jaylon Scott (U) @DBethel CollegeJr.GAllen, Texas
Jaquan Daniels (U)Ottawa UniversitySr.G/FColumbus, Ga.
Brooks Haddock (U)Oklahoma Wesleyan UniversityJr.GMuskogee, Okla.
Davonte Pack (U)Friends UniversityJr.GSumter, S.C.
JaMiah Haynes (U)Sterling CollegeSr.FKyle, Texas



Kaleb Stokes (U)Oklahoma Wesleyan UniversitySo.G/FTulsa, Okla.
Perry Carroll (U) #Ottawa UniversitySr.GOttawa, Kan.
Clifford Byrd IIBethel CollegeJr.GMemphis, Tenn.
AJ Range (U)Kansas Wesleyan UniversitySr.FJunction City, Kan.
Kemryn JenkinsMcPherson CollegeSr.GEminence, Ky.



Troy BakerSouthwestern CollegeSr.FMaize, Kan.
Zhahidi Robinson (U)Southwestern CollegeSo.GSt. Petersburg, Fla.
Bobby ShanksTabor CollegeJr.GHalls, Tenn.
Donte SimpsonAvila UniversityJr.GUnion City, Tenn.
Keyaun HoskinYork CollegeSo.GDuncanville, Texas



Bryant MocabyBethel CollegeJr.FWichita, Kan.
Isiah SaenzBethany CollegeSr.GSan Antonio, Texas
Josh RiversMcPherson CollegeJr.GMidwest City, Okla.
Fred WattsMcPherson CollegeSr.FChannelview, Texas
Andre JacksonOttawa UniversitySr.G/FTurner, Kan.
Steele Gaston-Chapman FSouthwestern CollegeFr.GWichita, Kan.
Ian KonekFriends UniversitySo.GLong Beach, Calif.
Brandon PhillipsAvila UniversitySr.GCarrollton, Texas
Hunter HoggattAvila UniversityFr.GSapulpa, Okla.
Easton HunterKansas Wesleyan UniversityFr.GColwich, Kan.
Nashom CarterTabor CollegeJr.GSan Diego, Calif.
Andre NelsonTabor CollegeSr.GJacksonville, Fla.
Lucas BriarSterling CollegeJr.FSterling Kan.
Ian MooreOttawa UniversityJr.GLamar, Mo.
Leon MarcikicTabor CollegeJr.FSerbia



Jaylon Scott @DBethel CollegeJr.G/FAllen, Texas
Clifford Byrd IIBethel CollegeJr.GMemphis, Tenn.
Troy BakerSouthwestern CollegeSr.FMaize, Kan.
Jaquan DanielsOttawa UniversitySr.GColumbus, Ga.
Andre NelsonTaborSr.GJacksonville, Fla.



Steele Gaston-Chapman FSouthwestern CollegeFr.GWichita, Kan.
Hunter HoggattAvila UniversityFr.GSapulpa, Okla.
Easton HunterKansas Wesleyan UniversityFr.GColwich, Kan.
Kolby WalkerSterling CollegeFr.GColorado Springs, Colo.
Harper JonasBethel CollegeFr.GWichita, Kan.


(U) = Unanimous Selection
@= Selected “Player of the Year.”
# = Selected “Newcomer of the Year.”
F= Selected “Freshman of the Year.”
D = Selected “Defensive Player of the Year.”