As we are nearing an end to the regular season, we move on to the latest rendition of the Just Hoops Player of the Week.
Worthington Christian freshman guard DJ Moore took home the honors last week after racking up another insane amount of 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, February 14.
|Javon Moses||International||99 points in four games this week for the Lions. Moses had a career-high 34 points in a close loss to Linden-McKinley on Friday.|
|Will Riffle||Amanda-Clearcreek||26 points and 14 rebounds in a big win over Liberty Union on Saturday. Prior to that, Riffle became one of the few players in AC history to score 1,000 career points.|
|Ben Roderick||Olentangy Liberty||42 points in a huge road win over Cincinnati Hughes. Roderick hit the game-winning shot and helped Liberty hand Hughes its first home loss in three years.|
|Jared Frey||St. Charles||53 points in two wins over Bishop Hartley and Centennial this weekend. Frey continued what has been a dominant freshman season for a St. Charles team exceeding preseason expectations.|
|Darius Parham||Bishop Ready||25 points, 9 rebounds and 7 assists in a win over Hannibal River on Saturday. Parham continued what has been a breakout sophomore season.|
|N'Keeley Elmore||Northland||85 points in three wins over Mifflin, Centennial and East. Elmore scored a career-high 39 points in Thursday's overtime win, before scoring 27 points to help Northland win the City League North.|
|Quienten Johnston||Briggs||29 points in an upset win over Africentric on Friday. Johnston helped Briggs pick up its best win of the season, and possibly since 2016.|
|Meach Coble||Walnut Ridge||50 points in two wins over Marion-Franklin and DeSales. Coble hit five threes and scored a career-high 32 points on Friday.|
|CJ Anthony||Harvest Prep||88 points in three wins over Grove City Christian, Millersport and Fairfield Christian. Anthony helped Harvest Prep win another MSL-Cardinal title.|
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