The awards keep coming for sophomore point guard Tevin Brewer.
Brewer was first selected as the KJCCC Player of the Year on the East. Recently he had also been named a KJCCC All-Region Selection. Now he has been named Third Team All-NJCAA.
Brewer, a native of Fort Smith, Arkansas, came to the Ravens after averaging 27 points per game for Eastern Oklahoma State College in 2017-18. A captain on the floor, Brewer was solid on both sides of the court and a voice that could be heard pushing teammates to be their best. Brewer had an outstanding year statistically, he averaged 11.8 points per game, shot 45% from the field, 41.1% from behind the arc, 92.2% from the free throw line, and had four assist per game.
Brewer is the third consecutive point guard to be named All-American at Coffeyvile. The other two were TJ Washington and Darrion Strong.
Brewer is now the ninth All-American that has played under Coach Jay Herkelman in his 24 years at Coffeyville.
A full list of All-Americans can be found at the link below: