Posted On: 05/13/20 10:01 AM

Monmouth County had an extremely successful 2019-20 with five teams playing in the sectional finals. Manasquan and Wall repeated as sectional champions, while Marlboro was seconds away from winning a sectional title. The county is filled with talented players ready to burst onto the scene in 2020-21. Here are the top breakout candidates from Monmouth County.

Charles Anyichie Charles Anyichie 6'7" | PF Ranney School | 2022 State NJ , 6’7 PF Ranney School 2022

With all the young talent on Ranney’s roster, there were a number of options to be considered in terms of breakout candidates. Junior  Brian Day Brian Day 6'2" | SG Ranney School | 2021 State NJ played good basketball down the stretch for head coach Taj Holden, while  Ryan Zan Ryan Zan 6'7" | PF Hun | 2022 State NJ  emerged as an inside-outside threat. Anyichie had flashes of dominance inside and needs to show more consistency in his junior season. The athletic 6’7 forward is a good shot-blocker and is a force on the glass.  Kyle Rhoden Kyle Rhoden 6'9" | PF Peddie | 2022 NJ may get the start over him inside, but Anyichie will be a big factor down low for the Panthers.

Connor Walsh Connor Walsh 6'5" | SF Manasquan | 2021 State NJ , 6’5 SF Manasquan 2021

The Warriors had one of the best seasons in Shore Conference history as they repeated as Central Jersey Group 2 champions, won the Shore Conference Tournament title and finished

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