Posted On: 03/17/21 10:15 AM

Top Postseason Performances

February and March are the two craziest months of the GHSA season. With the season now wrapped up, here’s a look at some of the top performances of the GHSA State Playoffs that I witnessed, sans the State Championships.

2022 6-2 CG Julius King Jr. – First Presbyterian Day

With running mate Jordan Jones Jordan Jones 6'0" | CG First Presbyterian Day | 2021 State GA out with an ACL tear in the second quarter, Jay King did all he could to carry the Vikings in their 59-54 Elite Eight loss to Christian Heritage. King was electric with the ball in his hands, working hard to score every hoop. His ability to create off the dribble and score from distance is eye-popping. He buried five threes, all of them coming off the bounce with no easy catch-and-shoot opportunities. King’s overall offensive prowess makes him an attractive player. He tallied 24 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists and 1 steal.

2024 6-3 G Jax Abernathy Jax Abernathy 6'3" | SG Christian Heritage | 2024 GA – Christian Heritage

The legend of Jax Abernathy Jax Abernathy 6'3" | SG Christian Heritage | 2024 GA will continue to grow. The freshman grabbed Region 7 Player of the Year honors and took his team to the Final Four. He

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