Posted On: 05/14/20 9:32 AM

The 2023 class may have only played one varsity season, but it is filled to the brim with potential. Camden’s Dajuan Wagner JrDajuanWagner Jr6'2" | CGCamden | 2023StateNJwas named to Second Team All-State after leading the Panthers to the South Jersey Group 2 title and a 29-1 record. Mackenzie MgbakoMackenzieMgbako6'7" | SFGill St. Bernard's | 2023StateNJ was Gill St. Bernard’s second leading scorer, while Simeon WilcherSimeonWilcher6'3" | CGRoselle Catholic | 2023StateNJ was a big-time contributor for Roselle Catholic. Akil WatsonAkilWatson6'7" | SFDon Bosco Prep | 2023StateNJ and Spencer JoynerSpencerJoyner6'2" | PGUniversity | 2023StateNJ picked up high major offers since the season, but they are not the only talented players in the class. Here are the top 2023 unranked prospects.

Aaron Bradshaw, 6’11 PF Roselle Catholic

The Lions lose basically their entire starting lineup from graduation, but should still be one of the teams to beat in New Jersey next season. Wilcher, Corey Floyd JrCoreyFloyd Jr6'4" | PGRoselle Catholic | 2022State#150NationNJand Jadin CollinsJadinCollins5'9" | PGRoselle Catholic | 2023StateNJ make up a talented backcourt, but the emergence of Bradshaw down low will be the difference. The 6’11 forward missed the season due to injury, but is full of big-time potential. Bradshaw is a high-end rim protector, but he also has the capability to face up from the perimeter and shot three-pointers. The sky is the limit for Bradshaw as he is in store for a

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