Posted On: 11/6/19 8:30 PM

New Jersey's sophomore class has the potential to be an elite class. Hudson Catholic's Zion Cruz has established himself as a top-20 recruit nationally, while Will Richardson from Bergen Catholic is a future star in the making. Corey Floyd Jr. and Mark Armstrong are also big-time players that should have strong sophomore seasons. With all the talent at the top of the rankings, there are players that fly under the radar. Here are the top sleepers in the sophomore class.

Keon Sabb, 6'3 SG Glassboro

Sabb was one of the top freshmen in New Jersey last season. He is a pure scorer with 14 20-point games who excels at attacking the basket. Sabb is developing his three-point shot, which could make him the most dangerous scoring option in the sophomore class.

He is not just a scorer as he had 10 double-doubles last season. Sabb is also a good perimeter defender as he had 61 steals in his freshman season. His numbers and play are worthy of a top-10 placement in the rankings, but his ability on the football field hurts his stock. Sabb is one of the top players in the state and will easily eclipse the 1,000-point mark in his sophomore campaign.


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