Posted On: 01/1/18 12:00 PM

Who was the PrepHoopsIllinois Player of the Week?  The players nominated this week were performances that we saw in person in our holiday travels!  Make sure you vote for your favorite through Wednesday night!


Max Christie (Rolling Meadows)

This freshman put on an absolute show in front of a big crowd at the Jack Tosh Classic in the opening round against Hinsdale South.  Showed he is a top 2021 prospect going for 23 points.


Ryan Davis (Conant)

Davis had a monster week capturing the Jack Tosh crown.  He started off going for 35 points on 14-16 shooting in a dominant performance.


Toraze Dobbs (Uplift)

Dobbs was a beast in their game against Providence St. Mel in an opening round win at the Proviso West Tournament.  He had 22 points and 12 boards.


DJ Steward (Fenwick)

The elite sophomore sure looked like it in their opening victory against host Proviso West.  Steward did anything he wanted scoring 22 points and dishing out a ton of dimes.


Ahron Ulis (Marian Catholic)

The sophomore point guard looked like a true floor general getting everyone involved with elite vision against Hinsdale Central.  He had 13 points and 7 dimes.


Pavle Pantovic (Depaul Prep)

This DePaul Prep big man could not be stopped early on against Stevenson.  He scored at will with his back to the basket on hook shots.  He had 14 points.


Dajuan Gordon (Curie)

The Curie junior shooting guard showed why he is a top 15 recruit.  The rangy wing was unstoppable against West Aurora recording 21 points and 5 boards.


Dante Maddox (Bloom)

Maddox is a high scoring two guard that can put points up in a hurry.  He did just that against Pontiac dropping 28 points including a ton of threes.


EJ Liddell (Belleville West)

Liddell was a complete force on the final day of the Centralia Holiday Tournament.  The top junior power forward in the state recorded stat lines of 24 points, 8 rebounds, 8 blocks, and 5 assists against Alton and in the championship game he had 22 points, 11 rebounds, and 4 blocks.


Tim Finke (Champaign Central)

Finke with a hurt back still put in work leading his team to the title game.  In the championship game he drilled an array of jumpers in a 23 point performance.