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Vote: Who should be the Maryland high school boys basketball player of the week (2/28/2024)?

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 19-24 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, March 3rd 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.

Brenden Abell of Severna Park.

Brenden Abell of Severna Park.

Congratulations to last week's winner: Brenden Abell of Severna Park.

Here are this week's nominees:

TJ Addison, Frederick: Addison finished with 21 points as Frederick defeated North Hagerstown, 80-62, in the Central Maryland Conference Big School championship game.

Tjay Beckles, Overlea: The senior guard had 25 points as Overlea defeated Parkville, 77-69, to win the Baltimore County title.

Ty Bevins, Gwynn Park: The senior guard who’s bound to George Washington University, scored 15 points in the Yellow Jackets’ 55-42 victory over Bowie in the Prince George’s County (Md.) title game.

Jordan Brathwaite, Mount St. Joseph: The senior guard who’s committed to Yale, had 19 points, five rebounds and two assists in Mount St. Joseph’s 57-52 victory over Archbishop Spalding in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) A Conference championship game at UMBC.

James Criumado, South River: The senior finished with 19 points as South River defeated Severna Park, 65-40, to win the Anne Arundel County (Md.) championship.

Koby Ennals, Cambridge-South Dorchester: Ennals had 21 points as Cambridge defeated Stephen Decatur, 70-57, to claim the Bayside Conference championship.

Garrett Hemingway, Saints Peter & Paul: The junior guard had 19 points in the Sabres’ 68-58 victory over Beth Tfiloh in the MIAA C Conference title match at UMBC.

Kenyon Johnson, Walkersville: Johnson posted 22 points in Walkersville’s 57-43 win over Smithsburg in the Central Maryland Conference Small School title game.

Jacob Randall, Severn: The junior forward had 19 points and six rebounds as Severn won its first title since 1993 with a 62-46 win over Gerstell Academy in the MIAA B Conference championship game at UMBC.

Adam Strong-Jackson, Bethesda-Chevy Chase: Strong-Jackson, a Haverford College commit, finished with 24 points in the Barons’ 75-65 win over Magruder in the Montgomery County (Md.) championship game.