Oklahoma Baptist seniors Emmanuel Wilson and DeAngelo McIntosh were honored by the NAIA Men's Basketball All-America committee, it was announced Wednesday.
Wilson was named NAIA Player of the Year and First-Team All-America, while McIntosh was included on the Honorable Mention list.
OBU has the NAIA Player of the Year for the second time in three seasons. Nate Brumfield won the award in 2010. Wilson is the third Bison Player of the Year since the award began in 1994. DuJuan Brown won the honor in 2002.
A 6-4 guard from Norman, Wilson averaged 17.3 points and 4.4 rebounds for the season, leading the NAIA runner-up in scoring.
Wilson is the seventh NAIA All-American for the Bison in as many seasons, the 14th OBU First-Team All-American and the 23rd All-American in the program.
McIntosh, a 6-7 forward from Chicago, averaged 14.6 points per game and led the team with 6.9 rebounds.
McIntosh's selection gives the Bison a representative on the list for the third consecutive season. He is the 19th OBU player to be so honored and the award gives the Bison 22 honorable mention All-America awards. Leonard Mosley, Robbie Powell and R.B. Lynam earned the honor twice each.
Additionally, Wilson and senior guard Heath McKay were named All-Tournament. They are the 17th and 18th players from OBU to be included on such a team. OBU has had 23 All-Tournament awards presented to its players.