2021 - 2022 OKLAHOMA
BOYS BASKETBALL
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
JAI'VION "JV"
SEAT
GUARD/FORWARD
EDMOND MEMORIAL HS
EDMOND, OKLAHOMA
SENIOR
HEIGHT: 6-FOOT-3
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HIGHLIGHTED STATS
19.4
POINTS PER GAME (AVERAGE)
5.9
REBOUNDS PER GAME (AVERAGE)
2.2
ASSISTS PER GAME (AVERAGE)
“In my view, JV is by far the most difficult player in the state to prepare from a defensive standpoint because of his ability to score in the post and hit from beyond the arc. I coached JV for a year, when I was an assistant at Memorial and I coached him in AAU. He’s truly a great kid.”
Troy Lallemand
Head Coach - Edmond Santa Fe High head coach

Athletic Excellence


The 6-foot-3, 240-pound senior guard/forward led the Bulldogs to a 22-5 record and the quarterfinals of the 6A state tournament. Seat averaged 19.4 points, 5.9 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game, shooting 62 percent from conventional field goal range, 47 percent from beyond the arc and 71 percent at the free throw line, for a true shooting percentage of 65.4. Ranked No. 6 in Oklahoma’s Class of 2022 by PrepHoops, Seat was named the Central Oklahoma Athletic Conference MVP as well as the conference’s Offensive POY. He played all four years at Edmond Memorial and concluded his career with 1,330 career points.

Academic Achievement


Seat has maintained a 3.01 GPA in the classroom. He has signed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball on scholarship at the Abilene Christian University this fall.

Exemplary Character


Seat, who was homeless for two years before being adopted by the Seat family, has volunteered locally as the lead counselor for 43 boys at Positive Tomorrows, an Oklahoma City organization that assists homeless families with their education to create a path forward in success. He has donated his time to multiple philanthropic efforts at Edmond Memorial, helping raise more than $1 million during his four years at the school. An instructor/coach at youth basketball camps in Edmond throughout his high school career, he has also packed care boxes to support Blue Star Mothers of Edmond.