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Jaedyn Brown, Pullman (Washington) star, voted SBLive's National Boys Basketball Player of the Week (Feb. 6-12)

Brown's 40-piece helped net him the first repeat national player of the week honors

Pullman High School (Pullman, Washington) standout Jaedyn Brown was voted SBLive's National Boys Basketball Player of the Week for Feb. 6-12, as voted by fans and readers. 

The 6-foot-2 senior is the first two-time winner of the season. He won the honor for the week of Jan. 16-22.

The high-scoring guard dropped 40 points on senior night and added 24 points in a 2A Greater Spokane League championship-clinching win over West Valley (Spokane, Washington).

Brown, who helped lead the Greyhounds to the WIAA Class 2A state title in 2022 as a junior, drove in 69 percent of the total vote count. He edged out Jordan Pyke of Shining Light Academy (North Carolina), who also had a 40-point game. Pyke accounted for 18.8 percent of the total vote count.

Scroll down to see the final vote tally and scan the list of nominees. Want to nominate an athlete in the future? Please email or tag us on Twitter or Instagram at @SBLiveSports and back it up with stats.

Top star, best boys hoops performances (Feb. 6-12)

Landon Anderson, Mexia (Texas)

Anderson had 23 points in the first half and finished with 32 as Mexia downed Fairfield, 75-52. The senior point guard topped the 1,500 career points mark in the game.

Matthew Bothun, St. Francis (Minnesota)

Bothun set two school records in an 81-52 victory over Pine City. The North Dakota signee scored 46 points, breaking the St. Francis single-game record. He also became the school’s all-time leading scorer in the win.

Jaedyn Brown, Pullman (Washington)

On senior night, Brown erupted for 40 points in an 81-42 rout of Rogers. He made six 3-pointers as Pullman improved to 19-0 on the season.

Jace Crawford, Coram Deo (Texas)

Crawford had a 30-point, 11-rebound double-double in a 73-63 loss to Brighter Horizons Academy. He recently committed to East Texas Baptist University.

Jason Crowe Jr., Lynwood (California)

Crowe Jr. kept up his torrid scoring pace in a 107-32 victory over Anaheim. The freshman finished with 42 points, six rebounds and eight assists. Later in the week, Crowe Jr. had 47 points, nine assists and six rebounds in a 102-49 rout of La Quinta.

Vinnie Cugini, Aquinas Academy (Pennsylvania)

Cugini became the fifth player in Pennsylvania boys basketball history to score 3,000 points in a 71-50 win over Hillel Academy. Cugini tallied 36 points and ended the night with 3,001 career points.

Jayden Davis, Chartiers Valley (Pennsylvania)

Davis scored a career-high 50 points in a 79-77 loss to Mars. The sophomore hit seven 3-pointers and scored 27 points in the fourth quarter.

Jerry Easter II, Emmanuel Christian (Ohio)

Easter II scored a school-record 51 points in a 62-59 victory over Hudson Western Reserve Academy. Easter II splashed nine 3-pointers and made 10 free throws in the fourth quarter.

Carlos Harris, Curie (Illinois)

Harris netted a career-high 35 points and added six rebounds, three steals and a block in a 75-60 win over Whitney Young. Harris, a three-star junior point guard, was 13 of 18 from the field.

Denzel Hines, Colony (California)

Hines had a career-high 43 points and also grabbed 12 rebounds in a 77-55 Division I playoff win over Los Altos.

Boden Howell, South Medford (Oregon)

Howell erupted for 53 points, five assists and three steals as South Medford blew by Roseburg, 111-80. The sophomore broke former NBAer Kyle Singler’s school record for points in a game.

Parker Martinez, Stockdale (Texas)

Martinez scored 42 points and eclipsed 1,000 points for his career in a 70-29 victory over Falls City.

Quentin Meza, Cyprus (Utah)

Meza became the eighth player in state history to score 2,000 career points in a 70-50 victory over Kearns. The senior had 30 points in the win as Cyprus clinched its second consecutive Region 2 title.

Zane Miller, Agoura (California)

Miller poured in 50 points as Agoura took down San Marcos, 88-51, in a Division 2 playoff game.

Jordan Pyke, Shining Light Academy (North Carolina)

Pyke set a new career high with 40 points in a 100-68 victory over Guilford Home Educators.

Eli Robertson, Herbert Hoover (West Virginia)

Robertson poured in 36 points as Herbert Hoover defeated Wayne, 73-60. The senior broke the school’s all-time scoring record in the win.

Patrick Rowe, Chisago Lakes (Minnesota)

In overtime, Rowe heaved a full-court buzzer-beater that lifted Chisago Lakes to a 90-89 victory over Becker. Rowe, a junior forward, finished with 43 points.

Isaiah Vargas, Mountain View (Washington)

Vargas poured in 39 points as Mountain View downed Kelso 69-63 in a Greater St. Helens League playoff game.

D.J. Wagner, Camden (New Jersey)

Wagner matched his career high with 40 points in a 90-52 victory over Bishop Eustace Prep. The five-star Kentucky signee also surpassed 2,000 career points in the win, joining his dad, Dajuan (3,462 career points), and grandfather, Milt (2,003 points), in the prestigious club.

Elijah Washington, Lake Taylor (Virginia)

Washington piled up 26 points and 18 rebounds in a 68-53 win over Norcom. The 6-foot-7 junior holds multiple Division I football offers.