Kainan Thomas, Sr., Guard, Randall
The 6-foot-2 guard out of Randall averaged 17.2 points and 2.6 assists per game on his way to first-team all-district honors. Thomas formed a formidable 1-2 punch with fellow senior Aaron Ovalle, where both will keep playing hoops at Clarendon College. Thomas held his own in the shooting column but did the most damage when attacking the rim, using his athleticism to get the better of opponents.
Jelani Mohamed, Sr., Guard, Palo Duro
Mohamed’s attacking threat was crucial as the Dons reached the area round of playoffs this season. The senior scored 17.5 points per game, shot 51.4% from the field and drained 72 three-pointers at a 47.2% clip. His efforts earned him first-team all-district honors and the chance to keep playing at the DII level at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado.
Colton Millsap, Jr., Guard, Gruver
Gruver’s 6-foot-2 athlete was instrumental as the Greyhounds reached the 2A area round. Millsap averaged 15.2 points, nine rebounds, two assists and three steals per game in route to earning the District 1-2A MVP and TABC All-Region honors.
Donovan Thompson, Sr., Forward, Clarendon
The 6-3 senior helped Clarendon win the 2A state title with an MVP performance in the championship game. Thompson averaged 15.6 points, 4.2 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game while earning all-district, all-region and all-state honors.
Arik Coile, Sr., Post, Happy
Happy’s captain of two years averaged a double-double this season with 10 points and 12 rebounds per game. Coile was selected first-team all-district this season for his efforts.
SPARKS OFF THE BENCH
Blake Walker, Sr., Guard, Hereford
The District 4-4A Co-MVP, along with Kemper Jones, Hereford’s senior point guard had a hand in everything for the Herd as they reached the area round of playoffs. Walker averaged 17.7 points, 3.4 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 2.1 steals per game while garnering Class 4A all-region honors.
Cutter Camp, Jr., Guard, Palo Duro
Camp’s shooting abilities didn’t go unnoticed as the 5-10 junior scored 13.7 points per game and sunk 73 total 3-pointers this season, which helped the Don earn first-team all-district honors.
Josh Tucker, Sr. Guard, Childress
Childress’ captain was the heartbeat of the Bobcats’ season as they reached the 3A regional quarterfinal round. The 5-foot-11 Clarendon College commit averaged 12 points, five assists per game, five rebounds per game and four steals per game, while also being named the District 2-3A Defensive Player of the Year.
Cade Hornecker, Jr., Post, Amarillo High
The 6-foot-11 junior posted nine points and 5.5 rebounds per game as the Sandies reached the 5A state semifinal. Hornecker earned first-team all-district honors as the team’s great rim protector who was a key cog in defense.