Dylan Wolle, Sequoyah (Pictured)
Any time you set a school record for a history-rich program like Sequoyah, it's reason enough to be on this list. Wolle went for a school record ten threes in a win over Paulding County and followed it up with another sharp-shooting 28-point performance in a win over Cass. We are surely no strangers to his high point totals as he did it game in and game out during the travel season.
Will Kolker, Pope
The Pope senior PG is one of the best passers in the state, and he had a huge week averaging a double-double with 20.5 points and 12 assists per game in wins over Blessed Trinity and Woodstock. He also surpassed the 1,000 point mark for his career.
Anthony Arrington, Galloway School
Arrington finds himself on this list for a second time as he has had a monster year so far, leading Galloway School to an undefeated start to the season. He poured in a career-high 37 points in a win over Weber School. We are really high on him and think he could be a big standout over the next few months.
Peyton Daniels, Tri-Cities
The Vanderbilt signee went toe-to-toe with Fayette County's star duo in one of the biggest thrillers of the year. Daniels went for 39 points in the game and was phenomenal keeping his Tri-Cities team close down the stretch.
Kaleb Banks, Fayette County
With the season that Banks has had, he could realistically be on this list every single week. He was on the winning side of the high scoring thriller over Tri-Cities, ending the game with 42 points. Banks' play this season has helepd cement himself among the top 2022 prospects in Georgia.
Zyair Greene, Miller Grove
In a tough win in the opening round of the Lemon Street Classic against Grovetown, Greene went for 35 points and was all over the floor making winning plays. The unsigned senior guard plays with a ton of toughness and will be one for college coaches to keep an eye on the rest of the season.
Taihland Owens, cherokee
Owens is one of the top unsigned seniors in the state, and proved so, providing a huge boost for Cherokee and charging a comeback in a win over Sprayberry. Owens finished with 25 points in the game and showed his perimeter scoring prowess.
JC Curry, Hart County
The junior Hart County guard hit our radar with a huge performance in a win at Elbert County in a big rivalry game. He led Hart to two wins against Elbert County this week in a home-and-home series, averaging 20.5 points per game along the way. He's a highly athletic combo guard with size who attacks the rim and can finish through contact.