PHI Player of the Week: K.J. Coleman (2018)

Player of the Week

Posted On: 03/1/18 4:55 PM

The voting has closed for this week’s Prep Hoops Indiana Player of the Week. With more than 49% of the vote, Indianapolis Tindley’s K.J. Coleman is the winner.  The 6’0 guard is helping put Tindley in a position to try and capture their second straight State Championship and last week he put up 32 points against Indiana Deaf to take home the honor.  We had 10 players up for the award this week with tons of great games but it was K.J. Coleman this week.

Previous Winners:
Romeo Langford (New Albany)
Trayce Jackson-Davis (Center Grove)
Colin York (Greencastle)
Logan Smith (Mt. Vernon-Fortville)
Wyatt Felling (Triton Central)
Kegan Owen (Greenwood Christian)
Colson Montgomery (Southridge)
Cameron Seaton (Evansville North)
Justin Shupe (Pendleton Heights)
Cobie Dillard (Indianapolis Scecina)
K.J. Coleman (Indianapolis Tindley)


Stat Lines

Isaiah Thompson (Zionsville)

40 points against Noblesville, 19 points against Traders Point

Elijah Hales (Westview)

38 points, 10 reb, 5 ast against Concord, 22 points against Fremont

Brandon Newman (Valparaiso)

26 points, 8 reb against South Bend Clay

Trayce Jackson-Davis (Center Grove)

30 points against Columbus North, 33 points, 11 reb against Brownsburg

K.J. Coleman (Tindley)

32 points against Indiana Deaf

Derrick Briscoe (Attucks)

33 points against Herron, 26 points, 9 reb against Scecina

Craig Porter (TH South)

24 points against Sullivan, 28 points against Danville (IL)

Romeo Langford (New Albany)

46 points against Bloomington North

Robert Phinisee (McCutcheon)

30 points, 7 reb, 9 ast against Lake Central

Cade Albers (Westville)

39 points, 15 reb, 6 ast against Whiting