Video: Jordan Brown's highlights
See the junior standout as he prepares to lead Woodcreek into the CIF playoffs.
With the CIF state boys basketball tournament in full swing, some of the stat stars are adding to their impressive totals.
MaxPreps breaks down the top five athletes in the state and where they
rank nationally in three major statistical categories.
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to know. Problems? Contact email@example.com.)Points per gameJosh Singh, Jr., Lutheran (Elk Grove), No. 10
Singh averaged 32.2 points per night while shooting 44 percent on the season. He was held under 20 points in just four of his 27 games this season.Kezie Okpala, Sr., Esperanza (Anaheim), No. 18
Averaging 30.6 points per game, Okpala dropped 40-plus four times this season including a 41-point night against Zion Williamson and Spartanburg Day (Spartanburg, S.C.).Nick Hart, Sr., West Covina, No. 21
Not only did Hart average 30.2 points per game, he added averaged 11.1 boards per night and 19 double-doubles.Joey Calcaterra, Sr., Marin Catholic (Kentfield), No. 25
Calcaterra's average of 29.4 points per night included a 48-point outburst against Burlingame. He topped 30 points 15 times.Jaylen Hands, Sr., Foothills Christian (El Cajon), No. 29
The senior not only dropped 29.2 per night, but shot 52 percent from the field and 40 percent from beyond the arc.
Rebounds per gameHorant Chen, Sr., Cornerstone Christian (Wildomar), No. 1
Chen's 19.4 rebound per night average includes a monster 33-board night. He topped 20 rebounds 10 times on the year. Marcus Kuechle, Sr., Mercy (Red Bluff), No. 3
A 17.7 rebound average for Kuechle also includes 21 double-doubles.Duane Darrett, Jr., Newbury Park Adventist (Newbury Park), No. 5
Darrett averaged 17.3 boards per game, but amazingly tallied a double-double in each game.Richard Polanco, Sr., Army-Navy (Carlsbad), No. 10
Polanco cleaned the glass to a tune of 16.0 boards per night and 431 total rebounds.Jordan Brown, Jr., Woodcreek (Roseville), No. 11
Brown's 15.8 rebound average likely will go up as Woodcreek enters the CIF NorCal Open Division championships as the No. 1 seed.Assists per gameDakarai Allen, Fr., Point Loma (San Diego), No. 8
Averaging 9.0 dimes a night, Allen had seven double-digit assist nights on the season.Jarren Ford, Sr., Bishop Amat (La Puente), No. 11
Ford, a senior, averaged 8.9 dishes per night while adding 8.8 points per game.Jalen Valverde, Sr., Elliot Christian (Lodi, Calif.), No. 14
Valverde dished out 8.5 assist per night for the Eagles, who remain alive as the No. 2 seed in Division V in the NorCal championships.Hector Acosta, Sr., Kerman, No. 24
In addition to 7.9 rebounds per night, Acosta did a bit of everything for Kerman. He averaged 7.7 points per game and 4.9 rebounds.JoJo Walker, Sr., St. Joseph (Santa Maria), No. 25
Walker was a facilitator and scorer, averaging 7.7 assists and 23.4 points per game.Xavier Allison, Sr., Sage Creek (Carlsbad), No. 25
Allison dished out 7.7 assists per night for Sage Creek.