Posted On: 12/31/19 6:30 AM

The Buc Classic was a tournament full of surprises and high-level play. St. Thomas Aquinas won the tournament behind the strong guard play of Wake Forest commit Quadry Adams and sophomore Jaquan Harris. They were not the only players who had big tournaments as some players carried their teams through the tournament. Here are the top stock risers from the 2019 Buc Classic.

Daniel Thomas, 5'10 PG Burlington Township 2021

No player improved their stock more than Thomas did. The junior guard was at times the best player on the floor as he lived at the basket. Thomas started off the tournament knocking down three-pointers, but he played his best when the competition got tougher.

The 5'10 guard was unafraid of taking on Ranney's Elijah Perkins and outplayed the sophomore guard for most of the night. St. Thomas Aquinas could not keep Thomas out of the lane as he weaved his way through traffic to make tough layups. Burlington Township will be one of the top teams in Central Jersey Group 3 and Thomas is a big reason for that.

Jalen Jones, 6'3 SG St. Thomas Aquinas 2021

Jones started off the Buc Classic coming off the bench, but became the starter in the

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