Posted On: 03/19/21 12:47 AM

Marsh Madness has ended and all of the basketball champions have been crowned. Now the state has moved on into the awards season. All district teams and MVPs will be released over the next few weeks. Before we look ahead, we will take one last look at players, like Zach Vargas (MOP of class C), from all of the championship games who stood out as the most outstanding players during the latest edition of Marsh Madness (aka the LHSAA state championships).

The Most Outstanding Players

Brandon Harton Brandon Harton 6'4" | SF Jehovah-Jireh | 2021 State LA (6’4" | Jehovah-Jireh | 2021)

Harton won his second most outstanding player award in the Warriors thrilling win over Family Christian in the Division V title game.  While he has been a central figure in the last three title runs by Jehovah-Jireh, Harton is still unsigned.  Whoever gets Harton will get a lefty who can score on the block and off the dribble.  In fact, he may be one of the most gifted but least talked about players in the 2021 class.  

John Kelly John Kelly 6'7" | PF Crescent City | 2023 State LA (6’8" | Crescent City | 2023)

The Crescent City sophomore displayed his total bag working in the title game.  Honestly, Kelly had

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