2009 Casey Mitchell was named
the NJCAA National Player of the Year while also capturing the FCCAA
All-State Player of the Year, Panhandle Conference Player of the Year, and
being named to the NJCAA First Team All-American. Mitchell led the '09
Indians in winning the FCCAA Region VIII Championship, Panhandle Conference
Championship, and finishing 3rd at the NJCAA National Tournament.
Kansas Jayhawk signee, Mario Little helped lead the Indians to a their fifth
consecutive Panhandle Conference crown, the FCCAA State Championship, and
the NJCAA National Tournament. His Indians broke numerous school records
along the way and to his credit Little was named FCCAA Tournament MVP and
NJCAA First Team All-American.
2007 JaMarcus Ellis was named
the NJCAA National Player of the Year. His Indians were ranked #1 in the
nation for 10 consecutive weeks in route to their fourth straight Panhandle
Conference Championship, the FCCAA State Championship, and runner-up at the
NJCAA National Tournament.
2006 Future Missouri Tiger,
Stefhon Hannah ran the point for a 29-4 Indians squad that captured the
Panhandle Conference Championship and finished Runner-up at the FCCAA State
2005 Mario Boggan led his team to a 33-4 record, best in
school history. His team also won the Panhandle Conference
Championship, FCCAA State Championship and finished 4th at the NJCAA
2004 All-American Je'kel
Foster led his team to a 32-5 School Record wins and games played. His
team also won the Panhandle Conference Championship and finished 6th at the
1998 All-American Chris Porter became the first Chipola player
to be drafted by the NBA, when he was signed by the Golden State Warriors in
the 2000 draft. Porter was the 1999 SEC Player of the Year while playing for
1964 All-American Austin
Robbins played in the ABA and still holds numerous Chipola records today.
Robbins was inducted into the NJCAA Hall of Fame in 2006.