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Vote: Who should be the Maryland high school boys basketball player of the week (2/21/2024)?

Here are 10 players for your voting consideration
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Here are the candidates for SBLive Sports Maryland High School Boys Basketball Player of the Week for February 12-17 as nominated by fans, readers and SBLive's staff. Read through our notes on each nominee and then cast your vote in out poll.

Voting will conclude on Sunday, February 25th at 11:59 p.m. and the winner will be announced next week.

Editor’s note: Our Players of the Week polls are intended to be fun, and we do not set limits on how many times you can vote during the competition. Our poll in no way is meant to discredit other players not mentioned.

Caden Diggs of Bullis.

Caden Diggs of Bullis.

Congratulations to last week's winner: Caden Diggs of Bullis.

Here are this week's nominees:

Brenden Abell, Severna Park: The senior had 23 points in Severna Park’s 66-63 victory over South River.

Jordan Brown, Broadneck: Brown, a senior, had 31 points in Broadneck’s 63-51 victory over Annapolis.

Charlie Crabtree, Centennial: Crabtree posted a triple-double - 12 points, 10 rebounds, 12 assists - Centennial’s 73-41 win over Howard.

Jah Donald, Westminster: Donald finished with 12 points and 15 rebounds in Westminster’s 73-63 win over Eastern Tech, and hit the game-winning free throw in a 56-55 victory over Tuscarora.

Brendan Luddy, Manchester Valley: Luddy finished with 31 points in Manchester Valley’s 77-69 victory over Linganore.

Jaden McDuffie, South River: McDuffie finished with 24 points, featuring six 3-pointers, in South River’s 81-49 win over Crofton.

Drew Pape, Patterson Mill: The senior surpassed the 1,000-point career plateau, finishing with 16 in Patterson Mill’s 75-35 rout of Aberdeen.

Kingston Price, Severn: Price scored 25 points in Severn’s 80-33 victory over Indian Creek.

Larry Thompson, C. Milton Wright: Thompson finished with 24 points in C. Milton Wright’s 82-66 victory over Patterson Mill.

Jayden Yates, St. James: The sophomore totaled 53 points in three games, reaching the 1,000 career point mark against Sidwell Friends (D.C.)