Fan’s Choice – Three Rivers Preseason All-VYPE Boys Basketball – Presented by Stuteville Ford of Tahlequah

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Fan’s Choice – Three Rivers Preseason All-VYPE Boys Basketball – Presented by Stuteville Ford of Tahlequah  

 The chase to win the big gold ball will include several teams in multiple classes next March. From a field of 35 heroes of the hardwood, fans voiced their choice to tipoff the 2018-19 basketball season with the starting five lineup for the VYPE Three Rivers boys basketball team.  A total of 64,673 ballots were cast to determine which players would take the court as the Fans Favorite. Let’s meet this year’s starting five…

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Jaxon Wiggins – Roland Runnin’ Rangers, 28,066 Votes

A 2018-19 Mr. Basketball Oklahoma candidate, the 6-5 junior has amped up his point production to help Roland climb into the top five in the Class 3A rankings.  Wiggins ability to connect from the three point line as well as attack the rim is evidenced by his 12.4 points and 6.3 rebound statistics last year.

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Jack VanDaley – Warner Eagles, 16,957 Votes 

Another Mr. Basketball Oklahoma nominee, the 6-0 junior continues to give the Eagles a consistent scoring threat off the bounce and from beyond the arc after last year averaging 17.4 points per game plus grabbing 4.9 rebounds.

3. T.J. MAXWELL- Hilldale

T.J. Maxwell – Hilldale Hornets, 5,225 Votes 

One of the four starters returning to the Hornets lineup, Maxwell is making game changing efforts again this season as the 6-0 junior builds upon his 6.2 points and 4.4 assists efforts from the guard positon.

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Shaidan Jordan – Beggs Golden Demons, 3,852 Votes   

After earning a finalist honor as Mr. Football Oklahoma, the multi-talented Beggs senior brings athleticism to the basketball court as a Mr. Basketball Oklahoma nominee. Not only can Jordan put points on the scoreboard averaging 9.7 points a game last year but also creating scoring chances for teammates with 3-plus assists and multiple steals per game.

5. HUNTER PARSON - Hilldale

Hunter Parson – Hilldale Hornets, 3,844 Votes   

The question isn’t how many 3-point baskets will he make but from how far outside the arc as the Hornets 5-10 junior guard has the green light to continue scoring. Last season, Parson averaged 9.1 points per game as well as creating points off turnovers with steals off the press.