Arizona high school boys basketball top performers Jan. 24-29; vote in our poll

Mountain Pointe's Tru Washington (3) high fives teammates as he comes out to play Maricopa during a game at Mountain Pointe High School.
Mountain Pointe's Tru Washington (3) high fives teammates as he comes out to play Maricopa during a game at Mountain Pointe High School.

A look at who stood out in Arizona high school boys basketball for week of Jan. 24-29. Vote for top overall performer in our Twitter poll below:

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Tru Washington, Phoenix Mountain Pointe, Jr.

He had 19 of his 26 points in the second half in a rout of Maricopa that ended the Rams' 18-game winning streak. He also had 23 points in a win over Gilbert Highland.

Kris Floyd, Phoenix NFL YET, Sr.

The guard had 49 points against a two-loss Phoenix Country Day School team in a 75-69 2A win. He made 17 of 34 shots and 5 of 14 3-pointers.

Yarell "Ya Ya" Greer, Gilbert Higley, Jr.

He hit a 3-point shot at the buzzer to beat top-ranked Gilbert by two points.

Andrew Camacho, Peoria, Jr.

The 6-2 guard hit a shot along the baseline with four seconds left in the second overtime period to end Glendale Deer Valley's 17-game winning streak.

Cameron Coraggio, Phoenix Horizon, Sr.

He had 18 points and the game winner against Phoenix Arcadia in a 47-46 win, and 19 points and the game winner against Tempe McClintock in a 67-64 win.

Styles Phipps, Phoenix St. Mary's, So.

The point guard had 23 points and five assists in a loss at Milton, Georgia on Saturday.

CohenJ Gonzales, Gilbert Mesquite, Jr.

He had 28 points in a 74-58 win at Tempe Marcos de Niza, and 18 in a 59-43 win over Scottdale Saguaro.

Brayden Gant, Coolidge, Jr.

The 6-foot-5 junior had 25 points in a 74-47 win over rival Florence. It was Coolidge's 20th win, the first time the Bears have had a 20-win season since 2002.

Bryce Ford, Phoenix Pinnacle, Jr.

He had 19 points in an overtime win over Peoria Liberty, and had 23 points in a win over Mountain Ridge.

Duce Robinson, Pinnacle, Jr.

He had 19 points against Liberty.

Arman Madi, Phoenix Brophy Prep, Jr.

He averaged 17 points and five rebounds, making 50% of his 3-point shots in wins over Basha, Phoenix South Mountain and Chandler.

Blessing Nwotite, Surprise Paradise Honors, Sr.

He averaged 17 points over three games, including recording his 1,000 career point against El Mirage Dysart.

Kota Benson, Mesa, Jr.

The point guard had 21 points in a 57-44 win over Mesa Dobson and 15 points and nine assists in a 62-31 win over Mesa Westwood.

Luke Light, Paradise Honors, Sr.

He had 26 points and 16 rebounds against Buckeye and averaged 17.7 points in three games.

Kevin Patton Jr., Maricopa, Jr.

The 6-8 wing had 24 points and six blocked shots against Mountain Pointe.

Logan Hopkins, Glendale Mountain Ridge, Sr.

He averaged 17 points, 5.5 rebounds, two assists and 2.5 steals on the week. He had 22 points, four rebounds and two assists against Anthem Boulder Creek.

Dylan Anderson, Gilbert Perry, Sr.

The 7-footer had 13 points and 13 rebounds in a 64-40 rout of Chandler Basha that improved the Bears to 18-4 overall.

Cody Williams, Perry, Jr.

He had 13 points and seven assists against Basha.

Ryan Ginsberg, Scottsdale Desert Mountain, Jr.

The guard sank two free throws with two seconds left to beat Arcadia by one point.

Noah Sowunmi, Paradise Valley, So.

The 6-5 forward averaged 15 points and 10 rebounds in two region losses.

Denton Latimore, Dobson, Sr.

The guard had 23 points and 11 rebounds in a 67-56 win over Phoenix Maryvale and 19 points in a 56-46 win over Mesa Red Mountain.

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