Posted On: 01/13/20 1:41 PM

The State Player of the year is one of the most prestigious awards a prep player can take home in his career. No POY race in recent memory has had as many potential candidates as this one. Throughout the season PH will keep you updated with the POY race. In this article, we take a look at the candidates after week 6.


Julian Strawther 6’6 SF Liberty 2020  (#2 2020) – Statistically Strawther has a case for POY. His team however, has struggled recently and will need to get back on the winning track to keep him leading the race.

Daishen Nix 6’5 PG Trinity International 2020 (#1 2020) – Nix has put together a dominating season so far. He will be back in Las Vegas this week as Trinity travels to Bonanza.

Jaden Hardy 6’4 PG Coronado 2021 (#1 2021) – Hardy put together a masterful week, with big performances against Liberty and Green Valley.

Zaon Collins 6’1 PG Bishop Gorman 2021 (#2 2021) – Gorman lost both bigs, before the start of the season. They lost a Pac 12 signee early in the season, and have dealt with injuries throughout. Yet they are 5-0 in conference and

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