– BY MICHAEL KNIGHT
The 53rd annual Tournament Of Champions has come to a close and OKPreps was there from start to finish. Here’s the best of the best with the All Tournament team, including the MVP from the tournament.
DJ WALTER – FORWARD – MIDWEST CITY (MVP)
Midwest City forward DJ Walter was the MVP of the 53rd annual Tournament Of Champions. Walter averaged 16.3 points per game over the three days at the tournament. Walter was consistent throughout the tournament. He scored 17 points as the Bombers knocked off Carl Albert in the TOC title game.
JACOB GERMANY – CENTER – KINGSTON
Kingston big man Jacob Germany averaged 18 points per game and was a force in the paint for Kingston as they struggled to a 1-2 record against great competition. In their blowout victory over Ringwood, Germany was a stat sheet stuffer. He scored 23 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and also had 5 steals.
KEYLAN BOONE – FORWARD – MEMORIAL
Memorial’s Keylan Boone averaged nearly 19 points per game as Memorial had a third place finish, beating rival Booker T Washington on Friday. Boone started his tournament by scoring a game-high 26 points and also grabbed 10 rebounds. Boone was a threat on the perimeter and in the paint, shooting 62% from the field.
MASON HARRELL – GUARD – CARL ALBERT
Carl Albert senior guard Mason Harrell was dynamic every night the Titans took the floor. They fell short to Midwest City in the title game but Harrell led the tournament in scoring, averaging 31 points per game over the three days. In a top five showdown against Booker T Washington, Harrell had a game-high 29 points, 6 assists and 3 steals in the win.
ROBERT BRILEY – FORWARD – WRIGHT CITY
Wright City forward Robert Briley was a force for Class 2A’s #1 ranked team. Wright City won the consolation final after Briley averaged 22 points per game. He was the second leading scorer in the tournament. In their two wins, Briley had a game where he finished with 18 points and grabbed 18 rebounds. He also scored a game-high 27 points in the consolation final.
TREY PHIPPS – GUARD – BOOKER T WASHINGTON
It was an up and down tournament for Booker T Washington. However, the one constant bright spot was the play of sophomore guard Trey Phipps. He led the Hornets, averaging 19 points per game. He also led the tournament by making 12 3-point baskets. Not only was he putting up a lot of 3’s, he was wildly accurate. He shot over 50% from behind the arc.