PAC-6 Player Of The Year

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  • cbumphus2003 Nov 26, 2012

    No. PSH starters did not have to participate really to win these tournaments. 2nd and 3rd strings played and still brought the games to victory. I see the agressiveness, chemistry, and dynamics that Person has and this teamship will take them farther than ever before. Outlaw scored a triple double in the last game and did not play the whole game only 60 percent of the game! The opponents had won against others in the tournament the day before. The teams were not cupcakes!!

  • Youngbuck Nov 25, 2012

    What tournament was that?

    No offense to PHS but it look like they had a couple of cupcakes on the schedule.

  • Bad Azz Boyz Nov 25, 2012

    UNC-GReensboro lucked out here, kid is 6'6 and can do it all, I am suprised that higher level schools are not all over this young man. The recruitment of Mr. Outlaw may not be over!

  • cbumphus2003 Nov 25, 2012

    Outlaw got MVP from this tournament!!!! Triple double!!! This is the signs of the future!!

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  • CremeOfTheCrop Nov 7, 2012
    Towel Boy

    I would go with the underdog Jared Hendryx. I saw him beast in the summer circuit but none taken from Outlaw. It will be close

  • CoachK2 Nov 7, 2012
    All Star

    Jared Hendryx had a great spring/summer with Bull City Select on the AAU Circuit!

  • sweetnsour13 Nov 5, 2012

    Agree with Tyrone Outlaw. Will be a repeat. Don't think it will be close.

    Saw Jared this summer. He has improved tremendously and will make a difference at Jordan this year.

  • dariuslester3 Nov 3, 2012
    Bench Warmer

    I can see it coming down between returning POTY Person's Tyrone Outlaw, and of course fresh off injury center from JHS Jared Hendryx. Both senior's and have a very bright college future. If you have not seen either of these two kids play then you clearly have not yet experienced high school basketball. Anyone think otherwise?

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