2026 Top Wings
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The 2026 class may have only played one varsity season, but it has already made an impact on the Garden State. The wing group is full of talent and will be one to watch throughout the season. Here are the…
The 2026 class may have only played one varsity season, but it has already made an impact on the Garden State. The wing group is full of talent and will be one to watch throughout the season. Here are the top wings in the 2026 class.
, 6’7 Bergen Catholic
Williams is the top wing prospect in the class and should put his skillset on full display this season. The 6’7 wing has a good first step, which he uses to get to the basket and finish strong above the rim. Williams gets to his spot on the floor and rises up with confidence on his jumper. He is comfortable pushing the pace in transition and has the length to defend multiple positions on the floor. Williams is a talented wing prospect who should put up big numbers for the Crusaders this winter.
, 6’5 Immaculate Conception
Grandison has the potential to have a breakout season as he should get more touches on the offensive end. The 6’5 wing has a good release on his jumper and can knock down open jumpers on the perimeter. Grandison attacks the basket strong as he can finish through contact and moves well without the ball in his hands. He works hard on the defensive end and rarely forces shots in the halfcourt. Grandison is a tough, wing prospect whose ability to make plays at both ends of the floor will help his development in a big way.
, 6’4 College Achieve
Harris has the potential to play in the backcourt as well, making him one of the more intriguing prospects in the class. The 6’4 wing has a good shooting stroke and can get hot from distance in a hurry. Harris is more than just a shooter as he can also put the ball on the floor and finish around the basket. He slides his feet on the defensive end and is an underrated passer. Harris’ ability to stretch the floor is something that will help his game in a big way this winter.
, 6’5 Roselle Catholic
Mgbako had a strong summer and is looking to carry it over into the winter. The 6’5 wing knows how to get position down low and can finish through contact. Mgbako can also play on the perimeter as he has a good handle and can knock down jumpers from behind the arc. He is a good on-ball defender and fights for rebounds on both ends of the floor. Mgbako has the ability to have a big sophomore campaign with his ability to score inside and out.
, 6’6 Bergen Catholic
Avent is a prospect to watch in North Jersey as he should get more looks on the offensive end this season. The 6’6 wing attacks the basket with a purpose as he finishes strong around the rim and is unafraid of contact. Avent uses his size to see over his defender and rises up nicely on his jumper. He is a strong rebounder and uses his length to make an impact on the defensive end. Avent recently picked up his first offer from George Washington and his offer sheet will only grow as the season moves along.
Other Prospects to Watch:
, 6’7 Roselle Catholic
Jehki Burnum, 6’4 Linden
, 6’4 Newark Tech
, 6’4 CBA
, 6’4 St. Thomas Aquinas