Posted On: 05/19/20 9:58 AM

The 2022 class is full of talented players who have made a big impact on the varsity scene. Will RichardsonWillRichardson6'2" | PGBergen Catholic | 2022StateNJ and Mark ArmstrongMarkArmstrong6'2" | PGSt. Peter's Prep | 2022StateNJ was named to Third Team All-State, while Ben RoyBenRoy6'0" | PGManasquan | 2022StateNJ was selected to the Second Team. The class is full of players who make an impact on both sides of the floor. Here are the top two-way players in the 2022 class.

Corey Floyd JrCoreyFloyd Jr6'4" | PGRoselle Catholic | 2022State#150NationNJ., 6’4 CG Roselle Catholic

The Lions may lose most of their starting lineup to graduation, but they should still be one of the top teams in the state next season. Floyd Jr. returns to the lineup, providing head coach Dave Boff with a play-maker in the backcourt. The athletic combo guard can finish above the rim and can knock down shots from the perimeter. Floyd Jr. moves his feet well on the defensive end and can defend multiple positions. Roselle Catholic will be one of the teams to beat in 2020-21 with Floyd Jr. returning in the backcourt.

Saivon PressleySaivonPressley6'0" | PGWardlaw-Hartridge | 2022StateNJ, 5’10 PG Wardlaw-Hartridge

The Rams had a good 2019-20 season with the addition of Pressley. The 5’10 point guard is lightning quick who can blow by his

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