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Boys Basketball Player of the Year Finalist Announced

Basketball Player of the Year Finalist- Boys

Vote for the Player that you think should be named Player of the Year below.
Voting ends March 18. 

Jayquan Walton
Double Churches
The leader of Double Churches would finish the season right as they avenged a loss to Rothschild during the regular season in the Muscogee County Championship game. First team in B2C history from Columbus to finish the season in the top ten in the B2C rankings.

Ashton Hagan
Clements Middle
Came into the season unknown until the Christmas tournament where he set the state on fire as his team ran through the tournament and would eventually use that win to win their county. Led his team to aa brief stint being ranked #1.

Jalen Perry
A pure scorer who can score from anywhere on the court. Led his team to a #1 ranking during the season and a semifinal appearance in the Gwinnett County Playoffs.

Khalil Shaheed
Nicknamed by B2C as the Bully because of his powerful style of play. We could spend time and try to figure out ways to describe his game but to be blunt he plays like a man that is obsessed with winning. Every big game he showed up big including a 29 point effort against Johns Creek in the CCJBC Semifinals on the way to leading his team to the #1 ranking in the state and the CCJBC Championship.

Devon Flowers
Rothschild Middle
Led his team to a undefeated season and a run to the Muscogee County Championship game where they would come up short to Double Churches. Helped Rothschild become the first team ever in the history of B2C from Columbus to make it has as they did in the state rankings at #7.

Christopher Walls
Chris became a force in the paint this year because of how fast he gets off the ground. On offense he catches the ball and instantly makes a decision to either shoot or pass to the open man. On defense he rotates with the best of them as his “help defense” was key to the Wildcats eating the #1 ranking in the state and the CCJBC Championship.

Munir McClain
Young Wolves
While Anthony Edwards recovered from his leg injury Munir stepped up big time! The Atlanta Public School System Player of the Year was a nightmare on the court for opposing teams. What made him special is that he was able to do anything that the team needed. If it was lock down the best scorer he did it. If the Wolves needed him to play point he could facilitate, even they needed him to go down in the paint and get some boards McClain got the job done.

Anthony “Antman” Edwards
Young Wolves
Cam back from injury alway during the season and got after it on the court as soon as coach put him in the game. A player that can absolutely light up the score board. Edwards can go from 0 points to 15 points before you know it. What makes him special is with along Khalil (Wheeler) and Hagan (Clements) is that he is the type of competitor in where he wants to beat his opponent by 50 and the bigger the game, then the bigger he plays. Led his team to the #3 ranking in the state and the APS Championship

Zyrice Scott
Upson Lee
Smart point guard, who can consistently knock down the open shot. On defense he is a pitiful as he gets after the defender and plays the passing lanes like Chris Paul. Helped extend Upson Lee record to 30 straight wins without a loss.

Mekhail Bethea
Big point guard who is able to lead his team and put up points in bunches. Uses his height very well do analyze the defense and make the proper pass. Lot of expectations went into Bethea and he didn’t disappoint as he led his team to a brief stint as the #1 team in the state and a run to the Gwinnett County semifinals.

Brandon Barron
Sandtown Middle
Aggressive point guard who led his team to a one loss season in Fulton County. Very smart with the ball as he is a master a controlling the pace of the game. Would eventually lead them to a #4 ranking during the season.


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