Posted On: 03/2/20 7:57 PM

South Jersey Group 4 will feature some of the biggest schools in the state. South Jersey has been talented no matter what conference. The guards have been electric but we will focus on the big men who have made significant impacts.

Najae HallenbeckNajaeHallenbeck6'6" | PFToms River North | 2020StateNJ (2020) | Toms River North

Hallenbeck was the most dominant player in the Shore this season. He is averaging 20.9 points and 12 rebounds per game this season. The 6’6 Hallenbeck is a standout on the football field and basketball court. He has a soft touch around the rim and can get hot from deep as well. Toms River North was the clear-cut No. 2 in the Shore Conference this season and Hallenbeck was a reason why along with Jakari SpenceJakariSpence5'10" | PGToms River North | 2020StateNJ.

Josh RandallJoshRandall6'6" | PFGloucester Tech | 2020StateNJ (2020) | Gloucester Tech

Randall’s numbers exceed double-doubles, which he has 21 of this season. Randall turned in 21 points, 13 rebounds, and 11 blocks in a win over Mastery Charter. In the game before, he finished with 35 points and 22 rebounds. Just three games later against Deptford Tech, Randall had 27 points, 24 rebounds, and eight blocks. Performances like this go on and

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