Freshman of the Year Dion Fair was an extremely explosive and fun point guard to watch for the Lions this season. He led Bryan in steals per game at 2.41, which was second in the conference and placed him 8th in the nation. Fair also averaged 4.48 assist per game which led the Lions, was second best in the AAC, and placed him 24th in the nation. He was the second leading scorer and rebounder for Bryan, averaging 12.93 points per game and 4.37 rebounds per game. Bryan Head Coach Don Rekoske said, "Dion had an outstanding freshman year. He handled pressure and applied pressure to each of our opponents. His numbers were excellent for a freshman but they only tell part of what he brought to our team."
Junior guard Rob Riley, named All-Conference Second Team, led the Lions in scoring with 15.84 points per game, which placed him 9th in the AAC. He was 7th in the AAC in field goal percentage, shooting 50.1% for the season. His 1.68 steals per game was second best for Bryan and 6th best in the conference. Riley was third on the team in rebounds per game with 4.32 and assists per game with 1.36. "Rob was our most consistent offensive player this year. He was explosive off the dribble and could knock down the perimeter shot. He really delivered for us this year," stated Coach Rekoske.
"Lavonte was an outstanding versatile defender. His length really helped him and he had an overall understanding of what we wanted to do defensively," commented on Coach Rekoske on All-Defensive Team selection Lavonte Henderson. "He will be missed in what he brought both on and off the court." Henderson, a 6'5" senior guard, led the Lions in rebounding with 4.53 boards per game. He was third on the team in steals with 1.27 per game. Henderson also helped Bryan on the offensive end of the floor as he was second in assists with 2.2 per game and third on the team in scoring with 12.83 points per game.Tim Fortenberry and Caleb Parsons were named to the All-Academic Team. In order to qualify for the All-Academic Team the student-athlete must be at least a sophomore in academic standing and have a minimum grade point average of 3.25. "I want to personally congratulate Tim and Caleb on a job well done in the classroom. That type of academic achievement only comes through discipline, hard work and an overall personal commitment. Both of those young men bring the same attributes to the team when they step on the court," remarked Coach Rekoske.