Four Lincoln basketball players were recognized as All-Americans by the Black College Sports Network for the 2020-21 season.
Juniors Quinton Drayton and Sevon Witt were named to the men's NCAA Division II All-America first team, while senior Cameron Potts was an All-America second-team selection.
Sophomore Niyah Jackson made the women's Division II All-America second team for the Blue Tigers.
The BCSN, which announced its All-Americans on Friday, recognized players from the 28 Historically Black Colleges and Universities on its All-America teams at the NCAA Division I, Division II and NAIA levels. Each level recognized 10 All-Americans: five on the first team, five on the second team.
Drayton led the Lincoln men in scoring with 16.1 points per game, playing in all 23 games for the Blue Tigers. He was second on the team with 35 made 3-pointers and averaged 4.7 rebounds per game.
Witt led the Blue Tigers with 8.0 rebounds per game and was second in scoring with 15.9 points per game, shooting 56.6 percent from the floor. He finished the season with six double-doubles.
Potts averaged a team-best 5.4 assists per game and was third on the team in scoring with 11.4 points per game. He also posted a team-high 47 steals this season and averaged 5.7 rebounds. Potts recorded a triple-double of 15 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists Jan. 23 against Northeastern State.
Jackson led the Lincoln women in scoring with 14.5 points per game and added a team-high 3.2 assists per game while averaging 4.1 rebounds. She started in all 22 games for the Blue Tigers.
West Virginia State's Glen Abram and Anthony Pittman, along with Tuskegee's Gregg Boyd, joined Drayton and Witt on the Division II men's All-America first team. Other second-team All-Americans include Miles College's Avery Brown, Benedict College's Tajh Green, West Virginia State's Jeremiah Moore and Albany State's Malik Parker.
On the women's side, the All-America first-teamers were Tuskegee's India Blakely and Ashiala Jackson, Benedict College's Ay'Anna Bey, West Virginia State's Destiny Fields and Fort Valley State's Diamond Jones.
Joining Jackson on the second team were West Virginia State's Kalia Cunningham and Charity Shears, Benedict College's Wykira Johnson-Kelly and Tuskegee's Lena Yoonis.