The senior guard surpassed the 1,000-point milestone for his career with 19 points in a 59-49 win over Subiaco Academy on Friday night.
Hendrix received 54.96% of the vote, beating out Bentonville West’s Riley Buccino who finished second with 32.28%.
Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Jan. 11-17:
Caleb Blakely, Farmington: The sophomore guard chipped in 16 points and some key free throws down the stretch in the Cardinals’ 63-58 4A-1 Conference home win against Huntsville on Friday night. He pulled down 15 rebounds in Saturday’s 77-68 victory against Berryville.
Riley Buccino, Bentonville West: The junior shooting guard scored 15 of his game-high 21 points in the first half of a 57-50 win against Har-Ber on Friday night that give the Wolverines back-to-back 6A-West Conference victories.
Clay Burks, Rivercrest: The junior point guard totaled 18 points in a 72-41 home romp of Piggott in 3A-3 Conference play Tuesday night.
C.J. Delancy, Valley View: The senior forward scored seven of his 18 points in the fourth quarter to fuel the Blazers’ 49-37 4A-3 Conference home win against Highland on Friday night. He added eight rebounds and seven blocked shots.
Spencer Honeycutt, Westside: The junior guard nailed four three-pointers and finished with 21 points in a 64-44 win Saturday night against Batesville Southside as the Warriors notched their first 4A-3 victory of the season.
Brian Jones, Blytheville: The senior small forward hit the second and third free throws after being fouled on a three-point attempt with one second remaining, allowing the Chickasaws to escape with a 50-49 win over Brookland on Monday night and giving them a leg up in the 4A-3 Conference race. Jones totaled 14 points in the game.
Jay Jones, Bay: The senior guard exploded for 29 points in a 55-54 home loss to Buffalo Island Central on Friday night.
Jesse Kinard, Buffalo Island Central: The senior guard poured in a game-high 30 points Friday night in a 55-54 win over Bay in 2A-3 Conference play.
Chris Littleton, Osceola: The senior forward drilled six three-pointers and totaled 21 points in a 68-56 3A-3 Conference win at Manila on Tuesday night.
Daylen Love, Osceola: The junior swing man had 16 points and 12 rebounds in Tuesday night’s 68-56 victory at Manila.
Keyln McBride, Jonesboro: The senior guard led all scorers with 19 points Tuesday in a 71-52 home win against 5A-East rival West Memphis.
Doss McDaniel, Ridgefield Christian: The freshman guard hit seven of his nine three-pointers in the third quarter on his way to 35 points in a 91-48 win against Hillcrest in a 1A-3 Conference game Tuesday night. According to the 2018-19 Arkansas Activities Association record book, McDaniel’s seven threes in a quarter broke the record of six held by West Fork’s Josh Farrell (2012) and St. Joe’s Brady Willis (2014).
Austin Meyers, Vilonia: The junior shooting guard, also a quarterback commit to the University of Kansas, had 22 points in the Eagles’ 52-49 victory over Greenwood on Friday night. The win moved Vilonia to 3-1 in the 5A-West Conference.
Jayden Shannon, Tuckerman: The senior shooting guard poured in 23 points Tuesday to fuel the Bulldogs’ 54-50 win against Cedar Ridge. Tuckerman avenged its only 2A-2 Conference loss of the season.
Layne Taylor, Farmington: The freshman guard led all scorers with 25 points in a 63-58 4A-1 Conference home win against Huntsville on Friday night. He was even better Saturday, scoring 34 points with six rebounds in a 77-68 victory against Berryville.
Jaden Torres, Rogers Heritage: The junior point guard scored 18 points to help lead the War Eagles to a 68-58 win at Fort Smith Southside on Friday night, snapping the program’s conference losing streak at 12 games.
Bryson Warren, Little Rock Central: The sophomore guard torched Cabot for 37 points in a 79-59 victory Friday night. On Tuesday, Warren scored 15 of his 26 points in the second half of a pivotal 67-64 road win against Bryant.
Jayden Wiedeman, Corning: The senior small forward exploded for 23 points in the Bobcats’ dominant 63-46 road victory over Hoxie in 3A-3 Conference play Tuesday night.
Jayden Williams, Conway: The senior forward had 18 points and 13 rebounds in a 52-50 home loss to Fort Smith Northside on Friday night.