Posted On: 12/16/19 6:56 PM

New Jersey is full of talent all over the state. Every year, players from the Garden State burst onto the scene at the collegiate and professional levels. This will be the case for the class of 2020 as well. the next generation of younger players are ready to make a name for themselves. The class of 2021 has players all over the state that will have to take a backseat to some older players. This does not mean that they are not top level prospects. Here are some of the underrated prospects to keep an eye on in the junior class.

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Ta'Quan Woodley | 6'7 PF | Camden

Woodley turned some heads during his sophomore season. He was a walking double-double finishing with nine on the season. Woodley had double-digit rebounds in 14 games last season. His best game came in a blowout win over Audubon where he had 21 points and 16 rebounds. Lance Ware will grab most of the headlines for Camden as he has committed to Kentucky. Woodley piled up the offers as a sophomore with letters from Rutgers, South Carolina, Temple, La Salle, and Penn State. 

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