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HoopSeen Top-10 with Brianna Patton (Week of Dec. 14-19)

20, Dec 2020

HoopSeen Top-10 with Brianna Patton (Week of Dec. 14-19)

Another week of GHSA hoops down which means another round of top performers. Here are the 10 players who put on some of the top performances around the Peach state this week.

Dylan Wolle - Sequoyah High School

Wolle was on a tear this week, picking up two wins for his Sequoyah Chiefs squad at the War Lodge Invitational. In a win on Friday against North Paulding, he went off for 32 points including 10 3-pointers. With those 10 3PM, Wolle broke the school record for 3PM in a single game. Following up that performance, Wolle led his team to another 66-55 win over Cass where he poured in 28 points and six rebounds.

Zyair Greene - Miller Grove

Greene had himself a day at the Lemon Street Classic scoring a game high 33 points against Grovetown in a 75-66 win. Picking his spots with precision, Greene was the best player on the floor. Although Miller Grove lost to Tucker Friday, Greene led the team with 17 points and hit the 1,000 career point milestone. 

Kaleb Banks - Fayette Co. 

The 2022 small forward put on a show in a 93-87 win over Tri-Cities at the Peach State Classic yesterday. He finished the game with 42 points and seven rebounds. Banks was able to outlast Peyton Daniels who put on a show as well.

Peyton Daniels - Tri-Cities

Despite a tough loss against Fayette County, the Vanderbilt commit made his presence known pouring in 39 points. The scoring battle between him and Kaleb Banks may have been the best so far of the season.

Matthew Cleveland - Pace 

The Florida State signee was impressive in Pace's 84-60 win over South Cobb. Cleveland was one rebound away from scoring a double-double. He was in dominant form as he finished with 27 points and nine boards. 

Randy Brady - McEachern

After releasing his top seven schools earlier this week, Brady finds himself on the top-10 list for the second consecutive week after the 24 point performance he put on in a 85-80 win over Heritage. Brady was difficult to stop once he got the ball in the paint. His patience and physicality in the paint makes him one of the top big men in the state. 

Mason Barnes - Lambert

Barnes helped to lead his Lambert squad to three wins this week. The first win came against West Forsyth where he scored 24 points en route to a 70-58 win. The next two wins came at the Lambert Holiday Classic. In wins over McIntosh and Duluth, Barnes scored 19 points in both games. 

Joshton Mincey - Evans 

Mincey was essential in Evans' two wins this week. In a tough battle against Lanier yesterday, Mincey came up huge down the stretch blowing past his defender to score six straight points. He finished with 20 points in a 82-74. Earlier in the week, Mincey yet again led the charge for the Knights, bringing in 26 points in a 77-61 win over Hephzibah. 

Jason Edwards - Parkview

Edwards was instrumental in Parkview's two wins over Johns Creek and Dacula this week. Edwards showed why he is one of the top pound-for-pound players in the state scoring 27 points against Dacula and 33 points against Johns Creek.

Ajai Flagg - ELCA

ELCA went over the 100 point mark in its 104-44 win over Hope Christian. Flagg was a big part of this feat, scoring 30 points and pulling in 17 boards. 17 boards in one game is impressive no matter the position.