Posted On: 02/14/21 7:35 PM
The regular season is officially over.
Now, it’s playoff time.
But, as I do every week, let’s take a look at the top performers from the final week of the regular season.
Terrance Jacobs Jr., Bartlett: The junior point guard led the Panthers with 23 points and eight assists in their 86-73 win over Briarcrest. Amarr KnoxAmarrKnox6'3" | PGBartlett | 2022StateTN had 17.
Senior guard Tadarius JacobsTadariusJacobs6'1" | CGBartlett | 2021StateTN reached 1,000 points this week.
Cooper Haynes, Briarcrest: The freshman shooting guard led the Saints with 31 points against Bartlett.
Hayden LedbetterHaydenLedbetter5'10" | PGLausanne | 2022StateTN, Lausanne: Ledbetter led the Lynx with 20 points in their 82-62 win over St. George’s. Sophomore guard AJ Dillworth finished with 16.
Chandler JacksonChandlerJackson6'3" | PGChristian Brothers | 2022State#108NationTN, Christian Brothers: Jackson led the Purple Wave with 29 points in their 68-44 win over MUS. Reese McMullenReeseMcMullen6'2" | SGChristian Brothers | 2021StateTN had 11.
Luke MooreLukeMoore6'4" | SGFayette Academy | 2021StateTN, Fayette Academy: Moore led the Vikings with 21 points in their 57-49 win over University School of Jackson. Caleb SmithCalebSmith6'2" | PGFayette Academy | 2021StateTN added 14.
Cedquavious HunterCedquaviousHunter5'11" | PGUniversity School of Jackson | 2022StateTN, USJ: Hunter had 14 points against Fayette Academy.
Zion SwaderZionSwader6'0" | PGSiegel | 2021StateTN, Siegel: Swader led the Stars with 21 points in their 96-58 win over Rockdale. Matthew SchneiderMatthewSchneider6'5" | CGSiegel | 2021StateTN had 20. Jaylan WetzelJaylanWetzel6'1" | SGSiegel | 2021StateTN added 19.
Wetzel reached 1,000 points in the team’s win over Smyrna.
Josh Ward, FACS: Ward and Daniel EgbuniweDanielEgbuniwe6'6" | SFFACS | 2022StateTN each had 15 points in the Crusaders’ 63-52 win over Jackson Christian. Kobe WilkesKobeWilkes6'0" | PGFACS | 2022StateTN had 12. Corey SavageCoreySavage6'0" | SGFACS | 2022StateTN finished with 11.
Tay Williams, Fayette Ware: Williams had 13 points and 11 rebounds in the Wildcats’ 62-50 win over Millington. JaSteven WalkerJaStevenWalker6'10" | PFFayette Ware | 2022StateTN had 13 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks. Harmonta GriggsHarmontaGriggs6'2" | SGFayette Ware | 2022StateTN added 13 points, six assists and five steals.
Marcus Long IIMarcusLong II6'2" | CGEast Hamilton | 2021StateTN, East Hamilton: Long led the Canes with 17 points and 10 rebounds in their 52-26 win over Bradley Central. Darwin RandolphDarwinRandolph6'0" | PGEast Hamilton | 2021StateTN had 12 points and five assists.
Alex AndersonAlexAnderson6'7" | SFTipton-Rosemark Academy | 2021State#192NationTN, Tipton–Rosemark Academy: Anderson led the Rebels with 17 points in their 59-52 win over ECS. Tyler ByrdTylerByrd6'2" | SFTipton-Rosemark Academy | 2022StateTN had 15. Eli Ramsey added 14.
Kameron JonesKameronJones6'4" | PGECS | 2021State#177NationTN, ECS: Jones led the Eagles with 20 points against TRA. Mason Shropshire had 12. Dominic BrownDominicBrown6'2" | CGECS | 2021StateTN finished with 11.
Jordan Harris, East Hamilton: Harris had 16 points in the Canes’ 98-33 win over Northview Academy. Cade PendletonCadePendleton6'9" | PFEast Hamilton | 2022StateTN had 12 points and six rebounds. Haynes Eller added 10 points.
Riggs AbnerRiggsAbner6'6" | SGGreen Hill | 2021StateTN, Greeneville: Abner had 17 points and 10 rebounds in a loss to Beech.
Micah SimpsonMicahSimpson6'0" | PGMorristown East | 2022StateTN, Morristown East: Simpson had 19 points, six steals and five assists in a loss to Greeneville.
BJ Edwards, Knoxville Catholic: Edwards led the Fighting Irish with 19 points in their 64-55 win over McCallie. Blue CainBlueCain6'4" | SGKnoxville Catholic | 2023State#107NationTN had 13. Presley PattersonPresleyPatterson6'0" | PGKnoxville Catholic | 2022State#219NationTN had 12. Handje TambaHandjeTamba7'0" | CKnoxville Catholic | 2022State#165NationTN added 11.
Edwards reached 1,500 points in the win.
Malik DiaMalikDia6'7" | SFEnsworth | 2022StateTN, Ensworth: Dia had 26 points and 12 rebounds in a win over Clarksville Northeast. Devaki GarrDevakiGarr5'10" | PGEnsworth | 2023StateTN finished with 10 points.
Kley McGowan, Cleveland: McGowan led the Blue Raiders with 23 points and eight rebounds in a win over Ooltewah. Alex HyderAlexHyder6'2" | SGCleveland | 2023StateTN had 12 points and seven rebounds.
Grant HurstGrantHurst6'1" | CGCleveland | 2021StateTN, Cleveland: Hurst had 12 points, four rebounds and three assists in a win over Walker Valley. Jasen BrooksJasenBrooks6'0" | PGCleveland | 2023StateTN added eight points, eight rebounds, four assists and three steals.
Phil Dotson III, Arlington: Dotson led the Tigers with 25 points in their win over Pure Academy. Anthony Medlock finished with 20. Madison Peaster had 14. Isaiah Jones finished with 13. Javar Daniel provided 11.
Jordan Jenkins, Collierville: Jenkins led the Dragons with 21 points in a loss to Pure Academy. Davon Barnes had 15. Alex Vandenburgh added 13.
DJ Richmond, Harding Academy: Richmond had 17 points, seven assists, six rebounds and four steals in a win over Westminster.
TJ Madlock, Houston: Madlock had 21 points and three assists in a win over Arlington. Mason Miller had 17 points and five rebounds. Johnathan Lawson added 10 points, eight rebounds and eight assists. Zander Yates added 12 points and six boards. He went 4 of 5 from 3.
Matthew Sells, Livingston Academy: Sells had 30 points in an overtime loss to York Institute. The Lincoln Memorial University commit broke the record for most career points (2,543).
Jaylen Jones, East Nashville: Jones had 23 points and eight assists in a win over Maplewood.