Jaymeson Moten is in his second year as an assistant coach with the Elmhurst men's basketball team. In addition to his on-court coaching duties, Moten assists in film editing, skill development and strength and conditioning.
Moten has playing experience at all three NCAA playing levels and is no stranger to the CCIW after spending two seasons starting at guard for North Central College. As a junior, Moten averaged 15.7 points per game in his first season with the Cardinals while breaking the team's single-season three-point record. As a senior, he averaged 10.4 points per game while earning third-team all-conference honors and helping the Cardinals reach the NCAA Tournament. He also became the first player in CCIW history to lead the league with a perfect free-throw percentage, shooting 33-of-33 from the free throw line in conference play.
Moten began his collegiate career at the University of Texas-Pan American before transferring to Minnesota State University-Mankato for his sophomore season.
Moten has served as a head coach for Fundamental University AAU 16U and 17U teams. He's also ran multiple youth basketball camps and coached the Glen Ellyn Titans fifth grade basketball team.
Moten earned his bachelor's degree from North Central and completed a master's degree in business administration from Elmhurst.
Graduate Assistant Coach
Peyton Wyatt returns to Elmhurst as a graduate assistant coach for the men's basketball team.
A four-year member of the Bluejays' basketball team from 2012-2016, Wyatt spent last season as a graduate assistant coach at Anderson University.
Wyatt was a part of two NCAA Division III Tournament teams while he was at Elmhurst. He closed out his career ranked second all-time at Elmhurst College for three-point field goal percentage at 42.8. In his junior year, he led the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin in three-point percentage at 47.4.
Wyatt earned his bachelor's degree in Elementary Education at Elmhurst and is pursuing a Master's in Business Administration.