Clark Makes Bevo Francis Top 100 Watch List

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A Southwestern College basketball player and Ark City product Cevin Clark has been selected as one of the top 100 hoopsters in college basketball.

Clark, an Ark City High School graduate and starter on the Cowley College men’s basketball team that went all the way to the national championship game in 2021, has been selected to the Bevo Francis Top 100 Watch List for the 2022-23 season.

According to Small College Basketball and the National Awards Committee, the Top 100 Watch List consists of some of the top players from NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III, NAIA, USCAA and NCCAA.

Clark has already amassed over 1,000 points for the Moundbuilders in just 49 games for Southwestern. Clark set the SC school record for most made 3-pointers in a single season (109) last year and tied the single-game school record this season at the free throw line when he went 18-for-18 at the charity stripe in a win against Sterling Nov. 28 in Winfield.

Clark leads SC in scoring at 21.4 points per game and is 47.7 percent from beyond the arc.

Saturday in the Builders’ win at home against Avila, Clark sank eight 3s and tallied 34 points in the win for SC.

Last week Southwestern (16-2, 10-2 KCAC) received its highest ranking in program history at No. 4 — the Moundbuilders’ highest ranking in a coaches’ poll all-time, as their previous-best ranking was No. 5 nationally in the NAIA DII Coaches’ Poll on Feb. 15 of the 2005-06 season.

Last season, Manhattan, Kan., graduate Trevor Hudgins of Northwest Missouri State University was last year’s winner.

Hudgins was signed last year by the Houston Rockets.

2022-23 Bevo Francis Award Watch List:

Ethan Anderson 6’4” Sr. Wisconsin-Lacrosse
Kaden Anderson 6’8” Sr. Point Loma Nazarene
Shaw Anderson 6’5” Jr. Seattle Pacific
Raheem Anthony 6’4” Sr. St. Mary’s (MN)
Dejon Barney 6’9” Jr. IU South Bend
Trevor Baskin 6’8” So. CO Mesa
Diego Bernard 6’0” Sr. NW MO State
Sam Beskind 6’4” Sr. CO School of Mines
Jesse Bingham 6’6” So. Indianapolis
Max Bjorklund 6’2” Sr. Northern Michigan
Drew Blair 6’5” Sr. MN-Duluth
Octavio Brito 6’4” So. Keene State
Levi Borchert 6’5” Jr. UW-Oshkosh
Marcus Boykin 6’1” So. Barton
Jalen Brooks 6’5” Sr. LSU-Shreveport
Anthony Brown 6’5” Sr. Mid-America Nazarene
Julius Brown 5’10” Sr. West Texas A&M
Fillip Bulatovic 6’5” Sr. Carthage
Bryce Butler 6’5” Jr. West Liberty
Rich Byhre 6’8” Sr. Rockhurst
DJ Campbell 6’3” Jr. Stockton
Jamal Cannady 6’1” So. Bryn Athyn
Dan Carr 6’8” Sr. Augustana (IL)
Frank Champion 6’7” So. North Georgia
Taeshon Cherry 6’8” Sr. Marian (IN)
Luke Chicone 5’10” So. John Carroll
Cevin Clark 5’11” Jr. Southwestern (KS)
Daniel Cook 6’6” Sr. St. John Fisher
Tyshaun Crawford 7’1” Sr. Augusta
Tyson Cruickshank 5’11” Sr. Wheaton (IL)
Antwaan Cushingberry 5’8” Sr. St. Francis (IN)
Frankie Davidson 6’7” Jr. Grace (IN)
Vinny DeAngelo 6’1” Jr. Swarthmore
Josiah De’laCerda 6’8” Sr. Ottawa (AZ)
Omari DeVeaux 6’2” So. Virginia Wesleyan
Ely Doble 6’6” Jr. Morningside
Jacob Drees 6’7” Sr. Cedarville
Nick Fort 6’6” Sr. Asbury
Zach Goodline 6’1” Sr. Huntington
Austin Grunder 6’6” Sr. Cortland
Tristan Harper 6’6” Sr. Langston

Jesse Hafemeister 6’5” Jr. Catholic

Matt Helwig 6’4” Sr. North Central (IL)
Jake Hilmer 5’11” Sr. Upper Iowa
CJ Hines 6’1” So. Faulkner
Jahn Hines 6’4” Jr. Christopher Newport
Jarred Houston 6’10” Sr. Emerson
Jason Hubbard 6’7” Sr. Taylor
Trent Hudgens 6’1” So. Arizona Christian
Jeff Hunter 6’7” Sr. Keene State
Josiah Johnson 6’1” Sr. Mary Hardin Baylor
Chaney Johnson 6’7” So. Alabama-Huntsville
Reid Jolly 6’5” Jr. Thomas More
KJ Jones 6’6” Jr. Emmanuel (GA)
Shawndale Jones 6’3” Sr. IUP
Jaeden King 6’6” Sr. St. Xavier
Brandon Knapper 6’0” Sr. Cal State San Bernardino
Akuel Kot 6’2” Jr. Fort Lewis
John Paul Kromka 6’7” Sr. Pitt-Johnstown
Zach Laput 6’4” Jr. Bentley
Peter Lash 6’6” So. Nebraska Wesleyan
Jaden Lietzke 6’7” Jr. Oklahoma Wesleyan
Owen Long 6’3” Jr. Emporia State
Drew Lutz 6’1” Sr. Bethel (IN)
Rowan Mackenzie 6’3” Jr. Lubbock Christian
Miles Mallory 6’5” Jr. Randolph-Macon
Sam Masten 6’2” Sr. Northern State
Seth Maxwell 7’0” Sr. Indiana Wesleyan
Lakeem McAliley 6’6” So. East Stroudsburg
Riley Minix 6’7” Sr. Southeastern (FL)
Cody Mitchell 6’7” Sr. Illinois Wesleyan
Jacksen Moni 6’10” So. Northern State
Brendan Mora 6’5” Sr. Pomona-Pitzer
Dave Morris 6’1” Sr. IUP
Robert Osborne 6’5” Sr. Virginia Union
Christian Parker 6’6” Jr. Mount Union
Tylandrius Parks 6’5” Sr. Union (TN)
Logan Pearson 6’4” Jr. Wisconsin-Platteville
Carlos Pepin 6’7” Sr. East Stroudsburg
Josh Pritchett 6’4” Sr. Evangel
Chase Rankin 6’1” Sr. Lincoln Memorial
Sesan Russell 6’2” Sr. Florida Tech
Isaiah Sanders 6’5” Sr. Fairmont State
Tyler Schmidt 6’4” Jr. Olivet Nazarene
Joel Scott 6’7” Sr. Black Hills State
Matt Simpson 6’1” Sr. Florida College
Alex Sobel 6’8” Sr. Middlebury
Bennett Stirtz 6’4” Fr. NW MO State
RJ Sunahara 6’8” Jr. Nova Southeastern

Josh Talbert 6’2” Sr. Randolph-Macon
Adam Thistlewood 6’8” Sr. CO School of Mines
Ryan Thissen 6’6” Jr. St. John’s (MN)
Blaise Threatt 6’3” So. CO Mesa
Markelle Turner 6’2” Jr. Union (KY)
Jo Valrie 6’5” So. Point Park
Mason Walters 6’9” Sr. Jamestown
Jaden Wells 6’1” So. Central Oklahoma
Malik Willingham 6’3” Jr. Minnesota State
Drew Wyman 6’5” So. College of Idaho
Will Yoakum 6’5” Sr. Nova Southeastern

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