JEREMY Bell has been named the 2010/11 BBL Most Valuable Player in a vote by BBL Coaches.
The shooting guard, who averaged 23-points-per-game scored an incredible 759 points to finish as the leagues top scorer by more than 100 points earning him rave reviews from rival coaches in the BBL Championship.
He also put in the minutes, averaging 38 mins-per game throughout the campaign.
The 6ft 1ins ace signed for the Jets from the Mexican league last summer and had a huge impact on the Jets' season, so much so he made Team of the Week six times and beat Newcastle Eagles' stand-out guard Trey Moore and Mersey Tigers skipper Drew Sullivan to the title.
It is the fifth time league MVP has gone to a Jets player in the 21st century, ironically the first was Trey Moore in 2005.
Jets head coach Paul Smith said: "I am really pleased for Jeremy to pick up such a prestigious award in his first season at the club.
"He is a phenomenal scorer and a tenacious defender. He has been a real pleasure to work with and has proven to be a popular player with the fans."