Posted On: 03/24/20 3:47 PM

The 2019-20 basketball season was filled with high level point guard play. Sophomore Jayden PierreJaydenPierre6'0" | PGLong Island Lutheran | 2022State#67NationNY was instrumental in Elizabeth’s North 2 Group 4 title, while Florida commit Niels LaneNielsLane6'5" | PGRoselle Catholic | 2020State#72NationNJ played solid for Roselle Catholic in the Non-Public B North final over Gill St. Bernard’s. Noah HarrisNoahHarris6'0" | PGRutgers Prep | 2021State#244NationNJ was electric for Rutgers Prep all season, while Camden’s duo of Dajuan Wagner JrDajuanWagner Jr6'2" | PGCamden | 2023State#2NationNJand Cian MedleyCianMedley6'0" | PGCamden | 2023StateNJ paced the state’s top team. The senior point guard class is talented in New Jersey with many top options left unsigned. Here are the top available point guards in the 2020 class.

Noah FarrakhanNoahFarrakhan6'1" | PGThe Patrick School | 2020#159NationNJ, 6’1 Patrick School

Farrakhan had an immediate impact on the Celtics after transferring up from IMG Academy. The 6’1 guard is electric with the ball in his hands and is dynamic with the ball in the open floor. Farrakhan has great handles and knows how to finish around the rim. He is a leader on the floor and is a tough on-ball defender. Farrakhan has offers from multiple high major schools and should create an immediate impact on the next level.

Raejon FiguresRaejonFigures6'2" | SGBergen Catholic | 2020State#274NationNJ, 6’2 Bergen Catholic

The Crusaders used sophomores Will RichardsonWillRichardson6'2" | PGBergen Catholic | 2022State#59NationNJ and Julian BrownJulianBrown5'11" | PGBergen Catholic | 2022StateNJ at point last season,but

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