INA, IL -- Freshman Jay Scrubb of John A. Logan College, was named NJCAA Region 24 Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year while David Sloan was named the Great Rivers Athletic Conference Player of the Year. They were joined on the all-conference and all-region teams by Vonnie Patterson.
"I'm excited and honored to see our players selected as the best in the league," said Logan coach Kyle Smithpeters. "To be named Player of the Year as a freshman is a huge honor for Scrubb. Sloan and Patterson had two outstanding years at Logan and it is great to see them recognized as two of the best players."
Scrubb averaged 19.5 points and 8.6 rebounds per game while shooting 46% from three and 79% from the line. He was a crowd favorite with his high-flying dunks and blocks
Sloan led the nation in assists for the second straight year with 10.2 assists per game. He averaged 16.1 points per game.
Patterson averaged 15.2 points and 7.3 rebounds per game while guarding the opponent's best player night in and night out.
Logan had an overall record of 27-5 and ranked fifth in the nation. The Vols also claimed a share of the GRAC title for a record third straight year!