Posted On: 06/16/20 9:57 AM

New Jersey’s Prep division contains some of the top teams in the state. St. Benedict’s is one of the state’s most historic programs, while Blair Academy has consistently turned out Division I prospects. New players enter their programs all the time,which helps them maintain their status as the premiere programs in the Garden State. Here are the top newcomers in the Prep Division for 2020-21.

Otega OwehOtegaOweh6'3" | SGBlair Academy | 2022State#163NationNJ, 6’3 SG Blair Academy 2022

Oweh has been one of the hottest names in the 2022 class with five offers in the last week. The athletic 6’3 guard is at his best attacking the basket and knows how to draw contact once he gets airborne. Oweh is a capable shooter from behind the arc and is a solid defender. His ability to perform in big games was on full display in the state and county tournaments where he averaged 17.7 points, 7.5 rebounds and 3.5 steals in those six games. He will have an opportunity to start alongside Jaylen BlakesJaylenBlakes6'1" | PGBlair Academy | 2021State#127NationNJ and Kyle Cuffee Jr.KyleCuffee Jr.6'2" | SGBlair Academy | 2022State#161NationNJ in the backcourt on a loaded Blair Academy squad.

Aaron Clark, 6’5 CG St. Benedict’s 2022

The Grey Bees took home the Prep A final

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