With another full week of high school basketball in the books, we move on to the latest rendition of the Just Hoops Player of the Week.
Bexley senior guard Nasir Tucker won the honors last week after receiving a record 23,000 votes.
Now, moving on to the Just Hoops Player of the Week nominees. Take a look at the candidates and vote below. Voting will continue until Thursday, January 17.
|Ryan Callahan||Bexley||23 points and 15 rebounds in a road win at Worthington Christian. Callahan had the flu during the game.|
|Brody Ley||Granville||26 points on 7 threes in a win over Licking Heights on Wednesday|
|Bilal Sow||Canal Winchester||68 points in three wins over Chillicothe, Newark and Worthington Kilbourne for 12-0 Canal Winchester|
|Brock Unger||Berne Union||49 points on 10 threes in a win over Granville Christian on Thursday. Unger broke a school scoring record that stood since 1955.|
|Otto Kuhns||Bloom-Carroll||39 points in a loss to Hamilton Township on Tuesday. Kuhns scored a career-high in the game.|
|Carter Jones||Centerburg||30 points in an important KMAC home win against Fredericktown. Jones set a career high in the game.|
|Javohn Garcia||Pickerington Central||74 points in three wins over Westerville South, Gahanna and Eastmoor. Garcia has Pick Central at 12-0 on the year.|
|Kegan Hienton||Big Walnut||43 points in two wins over Westerville Central and Groveport. Hienton is the leading scorer for 8-3 Big Walnut.|
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