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VOTE: Just Hoops Player of the Week

By Zach Fleer, 01/21/19, 11:00AM EST

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Vote now for the Just Hoops Player of the Week for last week

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.

Big Walnut junior forward Kegan Hienton won the honors last week after receiving a record 31,000 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 Friday, January 25.

Candidates

Name School Performance
Bilal Sow Canal Winchester 52 combined points in wins over Hamilton Township and Big Walnut for 14-0 Canal Winchester
Von Cameron Davis Walnut Ridge 48 combined points in wins over Marion-Franklin and South for Walnut Ridge, who is now in first place in the City League South
Keaton Turner Dublin Coffman 22 points off the bench to lead Dublin Coffman over Hilliard Davidson. Turner was a spark plug for the 13-0 Rocks
Cali Davis Africentric 35 points in a win over Marion-Franklin. Davis scored a career-high in the game.
Jack Sawyer Pickerington North 28 points and 12 rebounds in a win at previously unbeaten Pickerington Central. Sawyer dominated from start to finish.
Layton Cassady Logan 32 points in a win at Pickerington North. Cassidy scored a career-high in Logan's best regular season win in years.
Nick Kimmel Pleasant 27 points in an overtime win over Galion. Kimmel continued what has been a great senior season.
Mack Anglin Highland 42 combined points in KMAC wins over Danville and Centerburg. The Clemson baseball commit helped Highland take first place in the KMAC.
DJ Moore Worthington Christian 45 combined points in ranked Division III wins over Fairbanks and Grandview Heights. Moore continued what has been a dominant freshman season.
Taylon Cofer Whitehall 13 points and a game-winning shot to lead Whitehall over surging Bexley

This segment is brought to you by Just Hoops by Shoot-A-Way. Just Hoops is a basketball training facility located in Powell/Lewis Center just 10 minutes from Interstate 270 off Route 23.

If you haven’t been there before, you have to check it out. The facility has 10 Shoot-A-Way guns for players to maximize their shooting reps, while also featuring ball handling stations and Vertimax training. And on top of all that, Just Hoops has a tremendous staff of coaches developing players of all levels. Just Hoops offers a free trial session for first-time visitors. Check them out at justhoopscolumbus.com. 

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