Posted On: 02/4/19 8:07 PM

This past week was filled with great games and a mega showcase of talent from all across the state. This time of year provides a great opportunity for great players to rise to the occasion. Here are your nominees for Oklahoma Player of the Week:

Ethan Scott 2022 Westmoore

Scott has been one of the top scorers in the state all year. This past week he added onto that title scoring 38 points shooting 8-14 from long distance. This freshmen sensation has taken 6A by storm as he has broken Westmoore’s scoring record twice with a 39 and 43 point performance. 

Scott’s efficient scoring helped the Jaguars get an overtime victory over Yukon. 

Will McDonald 2019 Heritage Hall

McDonald is the type of guy who is talented at everything he puts effort into. The D1 golf commit has taken full advantage of his last season to hoop for the Chargers. 

The 6’4 senior wing stepped up big time against a talented OCS team on the road. McDonald scored 31 points in a tough environment and he showed that when called on he can step up be the #1 option on offense. 

Trey Phipps 2020 Booker T. Washington

Phipps showed out at the BOK Showcase this past weekend scoring 20 points but also leading the Hornets to a successful showing. The sophomore is a dynamic shooter who can hit from anywhere behind the arc but he also showed his passing ability.

BTW is one of the most talented teams in the state with possibly 4 or 5 D1 prospects so having a great pg is important. Phipps was able to get his but he also shined at finding his teammates for the score. 

He is having a great season for the Hornets all-around. 

Jaylon White 2021 Norman North

White is a young guard with a lot of potential and he has shown flashes this season of his ability. He stepped big against #1 ranked Edmond Santa Fe in a big statement win for the T’Wolves. 

White scored 19 points which lead his team and grabbed 6 rebounds. 

White is a big X factor for NN and when he plays up to his potential the T’Wolves will be tough to beat. 

Lodi Combs 2020 Edison guard

Lodi Combs came ready to go on Saturday against Tulsa Memorial. He was feeling it in the second quarter when he pulled a deep 3 and knocked it down .

Then hit another one from the same spot just moments later. Combs scored 15 points  as Edison gave Tulsa Memorial a run for their money.

Combs used the BOK Showcase to display his ability to shoot the ball from deep.