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CLEVELAND, Ohio – With the regular season over, catch up on some of the top boys basketball plays from February. Watch the video above and vote in the poll below for your favorite top play artist. Players are organized by appearance. Who was February's...

Watch, vote on the top boys basketball plays of February 2017

CLEVELAND, Ohio – With the regular season over, catch up on some of the top boys basketball plays from February. Watch the video above and vote in the poll below for your favorite top play artist. Players are organized by appearance. Who was February's...

Watch, vote on the top boys basketball plays of February 2017

CLEVELAND, Ohio – With the regular season over, catch up on some of the top boys basketball plays from February.

Watch the video above and vote in the poll below for your favorite top play artist. Players are organized by appearance.

Who was February's top play artist

Naz Bohannon, Lorain: From a series of dunks to catching up with a Central Catholic player for the block, Bohannon put on a show for the Lorain crowd.

Isaiah Washington, East Tech: The Scarabs won their fourth straight Senate League title behind this senior guard’s 41 points.

Will Butler, Villa Angela-St. Joseph: A senior guard, Butler’s last-second shot shocked St. Vincent-St. Mary in Akron. Butler also flashed his court vision earlier in the month for a behind-the-back pass to Noah Newlon, who beat the halftime buzzer for 3.

Sean Hickey, Holy Name: The senior guard showed his ball handling to set up a teammate at Central Catholic.

Miryne Thomas, Central Catholic: In that same game, the 6-foot-7 senior forward took flight on a few dunks. He also had a pair of blocks, including one to set up teammate Tyler Golphin on another nomination.

Caleb Hughley, Oberlin: The senior point guard went around his back for a layup in the Phoenix’s Patriot Athletic Conference Stripes Division title game at Clearview.

Jayvon Graves, STVM: A regular on these highlights, Graves’ dunks sparked the Fighting Irish to a 59-57 overtime win against rival Archbishop Hoban. Another play, which can be viewed below, is worth consideration: Graves’ buzzer-beating shot at state-ranked Massillon Jackson.

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