Fowler and Rayson Earn NABC All-District Honors

April 11, 2016 | Written By: Andy Sneddon

MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. – Central Michigan senior guard Chris Fowler and junior guard Braylon Rayson earned additional postseason honors on Friday, receiving all-district recognition by the National Basketball Coaches Association (NABC). 

Fowler was named First Team All-District 14 for the second consecutive season while Rayson was selected to the second team. 

The NABC divides the nation into 25 districts and honors 10 players from each district, signifying a five-player first team and a five-player second team.

Fowler, a two-time First Team All-MAC honoree, averaged a team-high 16.5 points and 5.9 assists per game to go with a career-best 4.0 rebounds in 2015-16. The four-time team captain finished his brilliant career as Central Michigan’s all-time assists leader with 686 and ranks No. 3 all-time in steals (185) and No. 5 in scoring (1,736 points). A starter of all 120 career games in which he appeared, Fowler is the only CMU player to have all four seasons rank in the top 10 in assists, including 2015-16 when he missed the first seven games due to injury.

A Third Team All-MAC selection, Rayson had a breakout year in 2015-16. The Dallas, Texas native ranked second on the team in scoring (16.3 ppg) and 3-pointers (81), helping the Chippewas break the program mark for triples in a season set a year ago. He scored in double figures in 27 games, including nine 20-plus point efforts. Rayson reached the 1,000-point scoring milestone this season and rose to his current position of No. 16 with 1,206 career points. With one season remaining, he also ranks eighth in career 3-pointers made (178) and sixth in attempts (510). 

Fowler and Rayson were instrumental in leading Central Michigan to back-to-back MAC West titles and to 40 wins over the last season two seasons, the most since 1986-87 and 1987-88 (41).

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