The center is something that seems to have been swept under the rug in basketball. Someone forgot to tell these top players in New Jersey. Here are the top centers in the state regardless of class. 1. Akoldah Gak Akoldah…
The center is something that seems to have been swept under the rug in basketball. Someone forgot to tell these top players in New Jersey. Here are the top centers in the state regardless of class.
1.(2021) | Blair: Gak takes over the top spot on the center list and for good reason. The 6’11 forward has a ton of Division I offers already thanks to his blend of size, skill, and athleticism. Blair has a strong group of forwards and they are led by Gak. He will be one of the most watched prospect in the state this season.
2.(2021) | Paramus Catholic: Bueno was the fourth leading rebounder in the state with 13.5 per game as a junior. He showed great instincts and anticipation which helped on both ends. Bueno shows versatility and agility on the block which will help at the next level.
3.(2021) | The Patrick School: Jiao was a breakout player for The Patrick School this season. He played strong minutes off the bench for a team in the national eye. Jiao has the ability to step out and shoot from deep or score with his back to the basket.
4.(2022) | Blair: Manyang is another piece of the strong post game for Blair. He is a sophomore that has shown exceptional growth and maturity at a young age. He possesses a soft touch around the rim and can score with contact. Manyang has a high-ceiling and can quickly turn into an impact performer for Blair.
5.(2023) | Westampton Tech: Guilloutte showed incredible promise over the course of his freshman season. He is the lone representative from the Class of 2023. He will take a noticeable step as a sophomore. He improved game by game down the stretch of the season. Guilloute is in control of his game and that is important at a young age.