Courtesy of Sonny Kennedy

The Score 44 is a fluid list that aims to honor the best forty-four seniors in Georgia high school basketball on a week-to-week basis. These players are some of the most highly-recruited players in the state as well as some of the best players that may not get to play at the next level. The list will weigh high school performances but also look project how they will do at the next level. Unlike the football list, however, the basketball list is divided into boys and girls. Each week we will honor 22 boys and 22 girls, all seniors.

Archer's Randall Smith, a Jacksonville State signee dropped 24 points in a outing last night against South Gwinnett to follow up his 21 against St. Francis at the On the Radar Hoops Classic. He is also the first member of the Archer program to sign with a team at the next level. Meanwhile, Collins Hill's Darius Joell transferred to Collins Hill from Central Gwinnett and has been on fire from the backcourt. After being named a captain before the season started, Joell dropped 28 points in his first game with the Eagles and has tossed in double-digit points in most games since then. Saturday against Langston Hughes, Joell registered 18 points in a victory to push Collins Hill to 2-2. On the girls side, Kaliyah Mitchell has helped Stephenson jump out to a quick start by averaging 23.3 points per game. She is also posting 8.5 rebounds per game and 5.3 steals per contest.

Brannen Greene, Tift County, SF
Randall Smith, Archer, PG
Tim Quarterman, Johnson-Savannah, SF
Jarquez Smith, Jones County, SF
Quinton Stephens, Marist, SF
Desmond Ringer, Eagle's Landing, C
Jordan Capps, Peachtree Ridge, SF/W
A.J. Davis, Buford, SF
Brandon Goodwin, Norcross, G
Frank Booker, Westside-Augusta, SG
Jabari McGhee, Monroe, PF
Tony Bagtas, Westlake G
Tahj Shamsid-Deen, Columbia, PG
Brandon Watkins, Grady C/PF
Darius Joell, Collins Hill, G
Jordan Neff, North Cobb, PF
Delano Spencer, GAC, G
Chukwudubem Okeke, Jonesboro, PF
Devante Fitzgerald, Tucker, SF
Logan Adams, South Gwinnett, SF
Terrance O'Donohue, Norcross, PF
Cameron Blakely, Apalachee, PF

Kaela Davis, Buford, G
Diamond DeShields, Norcross, W
Allisha Gray, Washington County, G *
Lexie Brown, North Gwinnett, PG
Sydney Umeri, Lovett, F
Shayla Cooper, Norcross, F
Katie Frerking, Wesleyan, F
Kristina Nelson, Buford, P
Nigia Greene, St. Francis G
Peyton Whitted, North Gwinnett, F
Kylee Smith, Alpharetta, G
Kaliyah Mitchell, Stephenson, P
Breanna Richardson, Rockdale County, W
Kimberly Dawkins, Jonesboro, C
Briana Benson, Jonesboro, PG
Meagan Tucker, Alcovy, PG
Gabrielle Bevillard, Oconee County, F
Maya Dillard, Buford, G
Shannon Cranshaw, GAC, G
Brittany Stevens, Wesleyan, PG
Ashley Williams, Alcovy, F
Jordan Dillard, Decatur, W

* Gray, the 2012 Georgia Gatorade player of the year, is injured and will likely miss the season