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Coaches All-America Awards Selected by the NABC

 

The first NABC All-America team was selected in 1946-47 with a first and second team for nine seasons in Division I before adding a third team in 1955-56. In NCAA Division II, NABC All-America recognition was first bestowed in 1966-67 and Division III honored teams beginning in the 1976-77 season.

Coaches' All-America teams are also selected in NAIA Division I and Division II, and NJCAA Division I, Division II and Division III.

 

 

 

2013-14 NABC Coaches Division I All-America Team  
First Team Second Team  Third Team
Nick Johnson, Arizona  Cleanthony Early, Wichita State Julius Randle, Kentucky
Doug McDermott, Creighton  C.J. Fair, Syracuse Marcus Smart, Oklahoma State
Shabazz Napier, Connecticut Sean Kilpatrick, Cincinnati Fred VanVleet, Wichita State
Jabari Parker, Duke Russ Smith, Louisville  T.J. Warren, NC State
Nik Stauskas, Michigan  Andrew Wiggins, Kansas   Scottie Wilbekin, Florida

 

2013-14 NABC Coaches Division II All-America Team
Adam Blazek, Gannon  Lacy Haddock, CSU San Bernardino
Troran Brown, Montevallo Cedric Harris, West Liberty
Kevin Capers, Florida Southern Brandon Jefferson, Metropolitan State
Mike Carlson, Truman State Garret Kerr, Sciences
DeShaun Cooper, Northwest Missouri State Greg Langston, Southern Connecticut
David Downs, Seattle Pacific Aaron Nelson, Southern Indiana
Josh Gibbs, Central Oklahoma  Willie Readus, Delta State
Chuck Guy, Tarleton State Ronald Zimmerman, USC Aiken

 

2013-14 NABC Coaches Division III All-America Team  
First Team Second Team  Third Team 
John Ivy, SUNY Brockport Richie Bonney, Hobart  Mike Garrow, Eastern Connecticut
Javae King-Gilchrist, William Paterson Brandon Gries, St. Norbert Adam Honig, Dickinson
Tyler Peters, Wheaton  Malcolm Heard II, Wilmington Chris Klimek, Washington-St. Louis
Doug Thorpe, Wooster  Dan Kornbaum, Augsburg Dustin McConnell, Whitworth
Tyler Tillema, UW-Stevens Point Andre Nixon, SUNY Purchase Dillon Stith, St. Vincent
Aaron Toomey, Amherst  Brian Parker, Alvernia  Jared Suderley, Hartwick
Aaron Walton-Moss, Cabrini  Kyle Schleigh, UT Dallas  Larry Thomas, Birmingham-Southern
DJ Woodmore, Virginia Wesleyan  Darius Watson, Albertus Magnus  Michael Woods, York (NY)

 

2013-14 NABC Coaches NAIA Division I All-America Team
De’End Parker, Cal State San Marcos
Devin Griffin, Columbia
Michael Stanley, Emmanuel
Kyle Teichmann, Freed-Hardeman
Monty Wilson, Georgetown
Brandon Davis, LSU-Shreveport
Bruce Reed, Pikeville
Dominique Rambo, SAGU
Preston Wynne, Vanguard
Daron Bell, William Carey
 
2013-14 NABC Coaches NAIA Division II All-America Team
Dominez Burnett, Davenport
Adam Herman, Concordia
Wes Hudson, Cornerstone
Dwayne Johnson, Southeastern
Brad Karp, Saint Xavier
Kyle Lindbergh, Dordt
Joe Mitchell, Friends
Derek Semenas, Cardinal Stritch
Chris Solomon, Northwood
Jordan Weidner, Indiana Wesleyan
 
2013-14 NABC Coaches NJCAA Division I All-America Team
Kadeem Allen, Hutchinson CC
Samuel Cassell, Jr., Chipola College
DaJuan Dent, Baltimore City CC
T.J. Dunans, Columbia State CC
Octavius Ellis, Trinity Valley CC
Jordan Goodman, Harcum
Wayne Langston, McLennan CC
Lester Medford, Indian Hills CC
Kevin Punter, State Fair CC
Jordan Stevens, Southeastern CC
Willie Wiley, Vincennes University
 
2013-14 NABC Coaches NJCAA Division II All-America Team
Devin Pearson, North Arkansas College
Malik Albert, Mott CC
Brandon Brown, Phoenix College
Marvin Crawford, Raritan Valley CC
Tyron Criswell, Central CC-Columbus
Nehemiah Fisher, CC of Beaver County
Winston Grays, Cincinnati State Technical & CC
Antonio Levy, South Suburban College
Joshua Mellette, Wake Technical CC
Deondre Parks, Iowa Lakes CC
T.J. Tisdell, Jr., John Wood CC
 
2013-14 NABC Coaches NJCAA Division III All-America Team
Jonathan Feiler, Herkimer County CC
Lawrence Jackson, Caldwell CC & Technical Institute
Andrew Maxie, Eastfield College
Jared Mayes, Rock Valley College
Joe Nickerson, Brookdale CC

 

Overall List of All-America Teams(NCAA, NAIA, JUCO)