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VOTE: 270 Hoops Player of the Week

By Greg Glasser, 01/17/22, 1:00PM EST

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Choose from eight nominees for their performances from January 09-January 16

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The 270 Hoops Player of the Week poll is back and we're looking to find out who was the best player is from the past week. The players listed below were nominated by social media followers and input from the 270 Hoops staff.

To be nominated for Player of the Week, please tweet at @270Hoops with your nominee and their full stat line for game(s) from the prior week before Sunday at 3 PM.

This week's poll will go on through Wednesday. You can vote each day. The player with the most votes will win Player of the Week!

Cole Rhett (Bishop Watterson) The junior big man capped off an excellent weekend with a game-winning lay-up as time expired to push the Eagles over Jonathan Alder on Sunday. Rhett powered his team with a 22 point, 10 rebound double-double effort. This followed a 13 point performance in a win over league rival DeSales on Friday. Rhett and the Eagles are now on a five game winning streak and tied for first place in the Central Catholic League.

Cooper Davis (Olentangy Liberty) There may be no scorer as hot as the senior wing. The Toledo commit had three straight games of 20+ points in three wins for Olentangy Liberty. Davis scored 20 against Thomas Worthington on Tuesday, 23 against league rival Olentangy Orange Friday and capped it with a 21 point effort versus St. Charles on Saturday. The Patriots and Davis looked to be hitting their stride as they've won five straight games.

Tanner Holbert (Logan Elm) The junior guard went on a scoring blitz, putting up 62 points in two wins. First, he had 35 against Amanda-Clearcreek and followed with a 27 point outing versus Teays Valley. 

Sean Jones (Gahanna) The Marquette commit was excellent in a major league win against Pickerington North, scoring 27 points on highly efficient shooting along with three assists. Jones then showed out on the state level in a win versus Brush, one of the better teams from Northeast Ohio, at Flyin' To The Hoop. The point guard had 15 points and 3 assists to lead Gahanna in two high quality wins in three days.

Andrew Scurlock (Westerville North) The Warriors got a big boost with the return of Scurlock, who was sidelined the past five weeks after he fractured two bones in his back. The senior made a strong comeback, scoring 15 points on 5-of-5 shooting, along with several assists in a 36-point win over Dublin Scioto. The Warriors, winners of their last five, have made a statement that they are looking to contend in the district tournament. With a healthy Scurlock, Westerville North should only become a greater threat.

Mary Ferrito (Jonathan Alder) The senior scored 64 points in three games for Jonathan Alder, helping the Pioneers to two out of three wins. Ferrito started her week with 17 points in a win over Urbana, willed her way with 27 in a tough loss to Watkins Memorial, then followed up with 20 points over Hilliard Davidson the next day. Ferrito is the second highest girls scorer, according to box stats sent to 270 Hoops.

Gianna Lane (Tree of Life) Perhaps the area's best freshman, Lane had a spectacular two games, scoring 33 points against Delaware Christian on Thursday and 22 points two days prior versus Grandview Heights. Lane has helped lead Tree of Life to an undefeated season so far and is the third highest girls scorer, according to box stats sent to 270 Hoops.

Devonte Curry (Briggs) Curry had a week for the ages for Briggs. The senior guard knocked in 12 threes and scored 29 points in back-to-back wins over Marion-Franklin and West. The 6-foot-4 senior is leading the City League in total scoring this season and is the top candidate for breakout player of the year in the area.

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