Jersey Live Day 3 Standouts
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The second June live period has come to a close as July is starting within a week. The final day of Jersey Live was filled with players having strong performances to help their teams win. Here are the standouts from…
The second June live period has come to a close as July is starting within a week. The final day of Jersey Live was filled with players having strong performances to help their teams win. Here are the standouts from Day 3 of Jersey Live.
, 6’0 PG Roselle Catholic 2026
Grant had a strong day for the Lions as he helped control the flow of the game. The 6’0 guard pushed the pace nicely in transition as he was able to find his open teammates on the break. Grant used his handle blow by his defender off the bounce and finished nicely around the rim. He shot the ball with confidence from behind the arc and moved his feet on the defensive end. Grant’s ability to run the offense efficiently is something that will help his stock in a big way over the next couple of months.
, 5’10 PG Manasquan 2024
Frauenheim starred for Manasquan as he hit big shots for them throughout the course of the day. The 5’10 guard showcased his clean shooting stroke as he wasted little motion and knocked down triples in bunches. Frauenheim did more than just shoot as he used his handle to get by his defender and finish around the rim. He got his teammates involved in the half court and played solid on-ball defense. Frauenheim is a gamer who does whatever it takes to help his team win.
Anthony Mauro, 5’10 PG College Achieve 2027
Mauro was fantastic for College Achieve as he made key plays for them down the stretch. The 5’10 lefty played with poise as he hit clutch shots down the stretch and wasn’t rattled by on-ball pressure. Mauro pushed the ball well in transition and finished through contact. He made the right reads with the ball in his hands and dug in nicely on the defensive end. Mauro is a guard prospect to watch in the Garden State over the next few years with his ability to make plays with the ball in his hands.
, 6’2 SG Westfield 2025
Epp had a strong performance on the day as he showed the ability to score in multiple ways. The 6’2 guard has a smooth release on his jumper and knocked down triples in bunches. Epp used his handle effectively as he was able to get to the rim and finish through traffic. He fought for rebounds on both ends of the floor and moved his feet well on the defensive end. Epp’s stock will continue to rise with more performances like that.
, 5’9 PG Middle Township 2024
McNeil had a big showing for Middle Township as he impacted the offense in a number of ways. The 5’9 lefty has a good shooting stroke as he wasted little motion and set his feet before he shot. McNeil attacked the basket strong and finished with either hand around the rim. He moved well without the ball in his hands and was able to get deflections on defense. McNeil is a sharpshooting guard prospect whose ability to finish at the rim will help his stock in a big way.
Other Prospects to Know:
, 6’6 SF Immaculate Conception 2026
, 6’3 SG Ramapo 2024
, 5’10 PG Clifton 2025
Jaylin Horsey, 6’3 SG Conrad Schools of Science (DE) 2024
, 5’4 PG Ranney 2025