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Vote: Who is the Florida Panhandle Boys Basketball Player of the Week (2/21/2024)?

We have seven candidates for you to choose from

The Florida High School Boys Basketball postseason is in full swing and we continue our Player of the Week polls for areas all around the state. Teams started off the regular season with some great individual performances.

As such, we have seven athletes nominated this week for the SBLive’s Florida Panhandle high school boys basketball player of the week award from February 12-17, and we ask you, the fans, to help decide who should indeed be the top athlete selected. Voting will conclude on Sunday, February 25th at 11:59 p.m. The winner will be announced in next week's poll.


Congratulations to Bozeman’s Jamie Hernandez for winning last week’s poll! 

Editor’s note: Our corresponding poll is intended to be fun, and we do not set limits on how many times a fan can vote during the competition. This poll is specifically for fans to vote on the players that have been nominated and in no way discredits any other player that may not be mentioned in our poll. 

Here are the nominees: 

Tra’jan Spears, Marianna: The senior slasher scored 15 points and dished out three assists in the Bulldogs’ 73-50 win over Father Lopez. 

Treymar Jones, Milton: Despite in a loss, the sharpshooter was on his game as Jones scored a team-high 25 points in a 79-66 loss to Wiregrass Ranch. 

Tyrek Jessie, Crossroad Academy: The sophomore guard scored a team-high 20 points on 8-of-10 shooting in a playoff win over Sneads. 

Camari Hale, Crossroad Academy: Another sophomore that stood out for Crossroad Academy was Hale, who scored 16 points in the team’s win. 

Collin Stewart, Paxton: In a narrow loss to Jay, the senior was able to scored 15 points and grabbed eight rebounds.  

Matthew Skipper, Jay: Skipper was one of two players that scored 12 points to help lift the Royals to a 52-45 win over Paxton. 

Ethan McDonald, Jay: The other player that added 12 points in Jay’s win over Paxton was McDonald, who paired with Skipper to account for nearly half of the team’s points.