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HoopSeen Top-10 with Brianna Patton (Week of Jan. 11-16)

17, Jan 2021

HoopSeen Top-10 with Brianna Patton (Week of Jan. 11-16)

This week of GHSA hoops actions produced some high volume scoring performances. With a lot of new faces on this weeks list, there were multiple 40+ point performances and a ton of double-doubles too. 

Thomas Allard - North Gwinnett

The 6'6" W out of North Gwinnett had a fantastic week, helping the Bulldogs to two big wins this week. In a big region matchup against rival Collins Hill, Allard scored 11 points to help bring North Gwinnett back from a 10-point deficit. In a non-region win against No. 1 St. Pius X, Allard erupted for 28 points. This is a 2022 kid that coaches need to be tracking. 

Malique Ewin - Berkmar

Ewin has been a quiet, consistent force for the Patriots all season. Widely considered as one of the most skilled big men in the country, Ewin continues to produce double-double performances. In two Berkmar region wins this week, Ewin combined for 36 points and 26 rebounds. He put up 16 and 11 in a win over Duluth and 20 and 14 against Duluth. 

Ajai Flagg - ELCA

The 2022 CG continues to show his athleticism and scoring prowess. In a big win over Landmark, Flagg went off for 34 points and hauled in 14 rebounds. He threw down a monster dunk that went viral too. 


Will Kolker - Pope

Kolker put on a monster performance in a 76-47 win over Allatoona. He finished with 39 points, 9 rebounds, and 8 assists, almost reaching a triple-double. He followed that huge performance up with a 22-point performance to lead Pope over Kennesaw Mountain. Pope has consistently showed his ability to score the ball and get his teammates involved, proving to be one of the more under recruited prospects in the 2021 class. 

Zocko Littleton Jr - Osborne

Despite a loss against Sprayberry, Littleton put up a career high 45 points. In one of the highest scoring performances around the peach state this season, Littleton reminded everyone of his ability to score from different levels.

Chance Moore - McEachern

Since returning from injury, Moore has been vital for the Indians. Game after game he seems to become more comfortable. In a close loss to Pebblebrook, Moore notched a 21 and 13 double-double. He followed that up with another double-double in a win over Woodward Academy on Saturday. The Arkansas signee finished with 29 points and 13 rebounds. 

Ryan Mutombo - Lovett

The Lovett big man was huge in their over Therrell on Tuesday. Finishing with 29 points and 6 blocks, Mutumbo showed his offensive improvements and his ability to impact the game on defense. The Georgetown signee will be a force as he continues to develop.

Shamar Norman - Windsor Forest

The Windsor Forest guard put up a big time performance scoring 40 points in a win vs Groves. Norman's 3-point shooting ability was on full display as he knocked down 10 from beyond the arc in the win.

Omarion Smith - Douglas Co.

Smith had a big week. He committed to Lander and proceeded to go off for 26 points and 25 rebounds. Yes, you read that right. 25 rebounds. Another Demarcus Cousins like performance in the peach. Smith has cemented himself as one of the top rebounders in the state. 

Danny Stubbs Jr. - Pebblebrook

In two big wins for the Falcons this week, Stubbs showed the type of scorer that Georgia State will be getting. In a huge matchup against McEachern, the Georgia State signee erupted for 40 points. There didn't seem to be a shot that he could not make. In a win over East Coweta earlier in the week, he finished with 16 points and 9 boards.