The regular season may only have a few weeks left but it’s heating up in the showcase world. Today we look at some top performers from Sunday’s Showcase Games. Marist bound senior Jadin Collins Jadin Collins 6'1" | PG Rutgers…
The regular season may only have a few weeks left but it’s heating up in the showcase world. Today we look at some top performers from Sunday’s Showcase Games.
Marist bound senior, a do it all guard who has been the motor of the Rutgers Prep program this year, scored 20 points but it wasn’t enough as “super, scintillating, sensational” to quote Dick Vitale, sophomore rang up 21 points as Manasquan scored an impressive 64-54 victory over Rutgers Prep. RP got a dozen from , one of the more underrated guards in the state, but Manasquan’s depth of scoring was too much for them to overcome as the Warriors had four in double digits, including with 14, with 11 and Jack Dettlinger, a 6’5″ senior who has come on strong in the last week and should be on the radar for schools as a late recruit, also had 11.
Highly impressive sophomoreled Camden Catholic past Middle Twp in a nailbiter, 51-49. Nwobu scored 22 on the day and could get close to 800 points by the end of his sophomore year. He’s going to be a prospect to watch in South Jersey the next two years and is a legit scorer at multiple levels. Fellow sophomore also helped out with 11–He’s another one on pace to crack 1,000 at the rate he’s scoring.
St Mary’s of Rutherford scored another impressive win, this time over Dwight Englewood to improve to 13-2 on the season. The Gaels were led by junior guardwith 27. Gaccione came into the season with expectations from PH as being a facilitator for the other talented players like classmates and , as well as a guard who could light it up if he had to from deep, but he’s shown to be a great well rounded, “do it all” type of guard. He got help from multi-sport athlete , who’s having a big senior year. Stone added 14&5 in the win to continue his tough play under the glass and on offense.
Finally, No, No Problem for Don Bosco Prep as they used a balanced attack to down Hudson Catholic. Senior forward Noah Barnett had 17 to continue what has been a big year for him as part of one of the top teams in the state. Senior guard , an underrated prospect in the backcourt as a 6’2″ role player, added 10 in the blowout. Cabral is quietly one of the best players in the state left on the board.
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