Jersey Live Day 2 Standouts
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Jersey Live was up and running on Day 2 as prospects played in front of college coaches. Some players put up big performances as they helped their stocks in a big way. Here are the standouts from the second day…
Jersey Live was up and running on Day 2 as prospects played in front of college coaches. Some players put up big performances as they helped their stocks in a big way. Here are the standouts from the second day of Jersey Live.
, 6’0 PG Arts 2026
Holman had a strong outing as he showed the ability to run the offense effectively. The 6’0 guard used his tight handle to blow by his defender off the bounce and finish around the basket. Holman made good decisions with the ball in his hands and rarely looked rattled by on-ball pressure. He is a tough on-ball defender as he used his quick hands to get deflections. Holman is a talented lead guard whose game should only continue to grow over the next couple of years.
, 6’0 PG Hudson Catholic 2024
Pettiford stole the show as he was electric throughout the day. The Auburn commit attacked the basket strong as he flushed home three dunks with his right hand and made layups through contact. Pettiford played with supreme confidence as he nailed jumpers from distance and created separation with his handle. He made good passes throughout the day and moved his feet on the defensive end. Pettiford is a play-making lead guard who puts on a show every time he plays.
, 6’0 PG St. Peter’s Prep 2026
Rosa was spectacular on the day as he played with poise in both games. The 6’0 guard has a tight handle, which he used to beat his defender off the bounce and finish around the rim. Rosa threaded passes to teammates in the halfcourt and ran the offense effectively. He played good on-ball defense as he made it hard for his man to get to his spot on the floor. Rosa is a floor general whose ability to control the offense is something that will help his stock in a big way.
, 6’2 SG Holmdel 2024
Kipnis had a big day as he showed the ability to impact the offense in multiple ways. The 6’2 guard has a clean release on his jumper and made opponents pay for giving him space behind the arc. Kipnis showed off his passing ability as he made slick passes to teammates in the half court. He moved well without the ball in his hands and drove the ball to the basket nicely. Kipnis’ ability to score inside and out is something that will help his game over the next couple of months.
, 6’3 SG Central Regional 2025
Santucci was aggressive from the beginning as defenders struggled to keep him in front. The 6’3 guard finished through contact as he had three-and-ones in the first half. Santucci elevated off the floor for dunks and was able to get to his spot on the floor. He was able to get deflections on defense and showed the ability to push the ball in transition. Santucci is a high-scoring guard prospect who should continue to put up big numbers in his junior season.
Other Prospects to Know:
, 6’3 SF Spotswood 2024
, 6’0 PG Don Bosco Prep 2024
, 6’3 SG Montgomery 2024
, 6’6 F St. Mary’s Rutherford 2024
, 6’1 G Teaneck 2025