AJ White, Chattahoochee
In a win over Johns Creek, White went for 32 points and surpassed the 2,000-point mark in his career, which is not a mark that we see very often. He's had a stellar career at Chattahoochee, including winning the state title last year. Did we mention that Chattahoochee is also undefeated so far this year? This kid wins games, period.
Paul Languana, Lambert
Languana has had a really solid start to his senior campaign. He led Lambert to a win over North Forsyth by pouring in 40 points and hitting a number of shots from the perimeter. The long, versatile 6-foot-5 senior is one that college coaches should be keeping a close watch on.
Sammy Moss, East Coweta
After a really high-scoring travel season, Moss has picked up where he left off so far during the high school season. He went over the 30-point mark twice this week in wins over Spalding and North Clayton. The 2022 wing can really fill up a scoresheet.
Omarion Smith, Douglas County
We've raved about Smith throughout 2020 and think that he can be a serious difference-maker at the next level. While he did not necessarily have eye-popping point totals this week, he's been a total glass-eater including a 20-board performance in a win over Grovetown.
Ethan Davis, Collins Hill
Davis has emerged as one of the notable players that the Peach has in its 2023 class. He continued the argument to have his name near the top of that list with a 27-point and a 25-point performance this week. He's versatile, he's physical, and he's tough. We should continue to see these types of performances from him as the season goes on.
Emodre Bowles, Johnson Savannah
Bowles is a pure scorer. And one of the best unsigned senior guards in the Peach. College coaches that need a bucket-getter should be making their way down to the coast to see him play. He poured in 34 in a win over Bethesda, and has been putting in huge point totals all season thus far.
Logan Stephens, Woodward Academy
What a season Stephens has had so far this year. The unsigned senior is one part of Woodward's lethal one-two punch with Belmont signee Will Richard. He went for 27 in a win over Banneker and is averaging over 24 points per game this season.
Brendan Rigsbee, North Gwinnett
While the North Gwinnett game for Saturday was cancelled, the Alabama-Huntsville signee still found time for a 34-point performance in a midweek win over Dacula.