Posted On: 01/13/20 6:00 AM

Who was the PrepHoopsIllinois Player of the Week?  Make sure you vote for your favorite through Wednesday night!

 

Saiveon Williams (Curie)

The unsigned senior forward was huge in their win over Bogan scoring 22 points.

 

Luke Collins (St. Ignatius)

The senior wing for St. Ignatius led his team to a win over Marist on Tuesday with 18 points.

 

Kam Craft (Buffalo Grove)

Big night for the sophomore scoring wing as he posted 27 points in a win over Barrington.

 

John Poulakidas (Neuqua Valley)

The top 10 junior had one of the most epic performances of the season dropping 49 points at Bolingbrook.

 

Taaj Davis (Aurora Christian)

Davis had quite the back to back games with 56 points against Bishop McNamara and followed that up with 54 points against Chicago Christian.

 

Griffin Andrick (Central A&M)

Andrick is a tough and gritty post that has some skill shooting it scoring 36 points in a win.

 

Jalen Quinn (Tusola)

The super sophomore stuffed the stat sheet as always for 21 points, 7 rebounds, and 7 assists vs Clinton.

 

Paul Zilinskas (Riverside Brookfield)

The skilled unsigned senior continues to light it up as he had 26 in a win over St. Francis.

 

Jimarius Sneed (Crane)

Sneed and Crane are having a big season.  That continued in a win over Al Raby where Sneed scored 20 points and grabbed 12 boards.

 

Atharva Ateya (Sandburg)

Big night for the long and lanky wing helping his team get a double OT win with 24 points against Lincoln Way West.

 

Jackson Connor (Marion)

Connor is one of the top senior scorers in southern Illinois and he did it to close out the week with 31 points.

 

Kyle Thomas (St. Joseph)

State’s top 2022 center had a huge night against Mamion going for 23 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 blocks.

 

Grant Niego (Lyons)

Niego is lighting it up as a senior!  Recorded 22 points, 4 assists, 4 rebounds, and 5 steals Friday in a victory over Hinsdale Central.

 

Trey Pettigrew (Fenwick)

The Fenwick star sophomore scored 28 points including seven triples in a win over St. Patrick.

 

DJ Steward (Whitney Young)

Steward set the Highland Shootout scoring record with 40 points in a high profile game against CBC.