Holmes Community College freshman guard Daryl Macon of Little Rock, Ark. has been named NJCAA First Team All-American for his play this season.
Macon and the Bulldogs made it to the Elite Eight in the NJCAA National Tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas and also were the Region XXIII and North Division Champions and finished second in the MACJC State Tournament.
For the season, Macon averaged 23 points per game in 32.6 minutes per game. He was 214-of-460 from the floor for a 46.5 percent average and was 79-of-214 from three-point range for a 36.9 percent average. He was also 230-of-260 from the free throw line for an 88.5 percent average.
In the NJCAA, Macon finished sixth in scoring and fourth in free throw percentage.
During the NJCAA Tournament, Macon led the Bulldogs with a 24.6 points per game average. He averaged 33 minutes per game, shot 36 percent from the floor and 91 percent from the free throw line, averaged 7.6 rebounds and four assists per game.
To go along with All-American, Macon also received the following honors: NJCAA All-Tournament Team, NJCAA Region XXIII Player of the Year and First Team All-State.