The sophomore had back-to-back 20-point games for the Rams against Dobson (60-49) on Tuesday and Cibola (69-62) on Thursday despite the losses.
Lamar Wilcox received 47.89% of the vote, beating out Buckeye's Jayson Redhouse who finished second with 34.38%. McClintock's Jaylen Wesley finished third with 10.65% and Tempe's KB Hayes finished fourth with 4.09%. There were over 26,000 votes tallied this week!
Here are the other athletes who were nominated for the week of Feb. 15-21:
Dylan Anderson, Perry: In Tuesday’s 59-58 victory over Mountain Pointe, the junior had 22 points to help the Pumas continue climbing in the rankings.
Garrett Anderson, O’Connor: The senior is continuing to be a leader on the court for the Eagles, posting a double-double with 23 points and 10 rebounds in a 68-52 loss to Basha on Tuesday.
Devin Bradford, Vista Grande: In Tuesday’s 74-73 loss to Marcos de Niza, the senior had a double-double with 30 points and 17 rebounds.
Shay Cain, Desert Edge: With 26 points and 12 rebounds, the senior led the team Tuesday in a 66-60 loss to Estrella Foothills.
Andrew Camacho, Peoria: The sophomore led the way against Poston Butte on Monday, tallying 30 points, 11 rebounds, two assists and a block to help lift the Panthers to a 76-57 win over the Broncos.
Alfredo Carbojal, Kofa: The junior had his best game of the season so far, posting 23 points and five rebounds, in Thursday’s 54-51 loss to Yuma.
David Cardenas, Wickenburg: The senior is back on the list this week after a strong game against Parker on Tuesday, when he had 23 points, six assists, five steals and three rebounds to help Wickenburg get a 66-60 victory. Thursday, he posted 23 points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals in a 72-44 win over NFL Yet Academy.
Amari Carraway, Pueblo: As only a sophomore, Carraway is already taking the Tucson basketball scene by storm, making the list once again. In Monday’s game against Cholla, Carraway dropped 24 points, five assists, three rebounds and three steals to help Pueblo get a 63-55 win. On Wednesday, he put up 27 points, four assists and two steals in a 70-46 victory over Combs before dropping 23 points in Thursday’s 70-32 victory over Flowing Wells.
Juan Cervantes, Nogales: In his best game of the season thus far, the senior had 21 points, five rebounds and two steals to help Nogales nab a 69-63 win over Desert View.
Jake Clapper, Desert Edge: The senior had another solid performance to start the week Monday, putting up 20 points, four rebounds and two steals in a 68-48 victory over Bradshaw Mountain.
Jaden De Boer, Valley Christian: With 30 points, the senior led both teams in scoring Tuesday against American Leadership Academy-Gilbert North to help the Trojans win 75-40. He posted 34 points, 21 coming from behind the arc, to help Valley Christian beat Eastmark 75-44 on Friday.
Masai Dean, Cholla: In Thursday’s game against Salpointe Catholic, the sophomore had his best game of the season with 21 points and seven rebounds, despite a 79-46 loss.
Moses Demalek, Paradise Valley: The senior put the team on his back Thursday scoring-wise, posting more than half of the team’s points with 30 in a 74-59 loss to Sunrise Mountain.
Tony Elliott, Desert Mountain: Despite the Wolves’ 75-67 loss to Catalina Foothills on Tuesday, the senior dropped 27 points with five assists.
Coleman Fields, Millennium: In Tuesday’s meeting of last season’s top two 5A teams, the senior had a double-double with 24 points, 12 rebounds, six assists and two steals in the Tigers’ 79-72 loss to Ironwood.
Cohen Gonzales, Mesquite: Gonzales, a sophomore, led both teams in scoring with 21 points to help Mesquite take home a 57-36 victory over Moon Valley on Tuesday night.
Jimari Grayson, Mesa: The senior put up 20 points against Chandler to lead the team in scoring and tallied five assists and four rebounds, helping the Jackrabbits take a 61-45 victory.
KB Hayes, Tempe: Against Marcos de Niza, the junior had 21 points to lead the team in scoring and help lift the Buffaloes to a 62-48 win Thursday.
Andrew Hinkle, Hamilton: It was another explosive week for the senior, but perhaps his biggest performance was in the game against Liberty on Tuesday. With 21 points, six rebounds and five assists, “The Houss” helped lift the Huskies to a 75-51 victory.
Isaac Hymes, Millennium: In only his second game of the season, the sophomore posted 22 points, seven rebounds and three steals in a 69-53 rout of Valley Vista on Wednesday.