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Fan poll: Vote for the Little All-City Boys Basketball Player of the Year

by Scott Wright Modified: May 13, 2013 at 4:41 pm •  Published: April 2, 2013

UPDATE: As you can see below, Chauncey Collins of the OKC Storm wins the fan vote for Little All-City Player of the Year. Certainly a deserving choice by the fans. Collins had a great season in leading the Storm to the homeschool national championship.

On Wednesday afternoon, The Oklahoman announced its winner of the Little All-City Player of the Year award, Douglass point guard and Oklahoma State signee Stephen Clark. Check back soon for more details on our selection.


The Oklahoman’s postseason basketball honors will be revealed beginning Sunday and running through April 14, but here’s your chance to weigh in. Each day, we’ll present a poll for fans to vote on their choice for Player of the Year in all the different categories — Little All-City, Big All-City and Super 5, each for boys and girls.

It begins today with Little All-City boys fan poll. Cast your vote for one of the players below, or write in your own in the “Other” box. The poll will close at 11 a.m. Wednesday, when the fans’ choice for Little All-City Player of the Year will be determined. The Oklahoman staff will also reveal its choice on the Varsity blog and on

Here are your choices:
Tony Aska, Coyle: The 6-foot-7 forward averaged 19.6 points and 12.6 rebounds while blocking 109 shots in leading Coyle to the Class B state finals.

Stephen Clark, Douglass: The Oklahoma State signee posted 36 points and 12 assists per game to carry the Trojans to their fourth state title in a row.

Chauncey Collins, OKC Storm: The 6-foot-1 junior guard averaged better than 23 points and was named MVP of the national homeschool tournament, which the Storm won.

Ashford Golden, Millwood: The 6-foot-4 junior played a central role in the Falcons’ balanced attack, and he provided several key plays in their state title run.

Collin Jennings, Harrah: A 6-foot-4 junior guard, Jennings averaged 17.5 points, 6.9 rebounds and 4.2 steals per game in helping the Panthers back to the state tournament for the first time since 2008.

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