Posted On: 06/8/20 3:45 PM

Every year, players emerge as superstars. Some are seniors moving onto the next level and some have some high school years left. For these players, their names are established but they will now become the top options on their team.

Corey Floyd JrCoreyFloyd Jr6'4" | PGRoselle Catholic | 2022State#85NationNJ. (2022) | Roselle Catholic

Floyd is a star. He is one of the top players in the Class of 2022 and already has a bundle of Division I offers. Roselle Catholic is losing Niels LaneNielsLane6'5" | PGRoselle Catholic | 2020State#72NationNJ, Cliff OmoruyiCliffOmoruyi6'11" | CRoselle Catholic | 2020#56NationNJ, and C.J. Wilcher. That means that players like Floyd, and Simeon WilcherSimeonWilcher6'3" | SGRoselle Catholic | 2023State#14NationNJ, will have to take over as leaders. Floyd is a born leader and his game reflects that. There is a smoothness to his game that cannot be taught.

Jayden PierreJaydenPierre6'0" | PGLong Island Lutheran | 2022State#67NationNY (2022) | Elizabeth

One of the most intriguing prospects in New Jersey. Jordan PriceJordanPrice6'4" | SFElizabeth | 2020StateNJ and D.J. WatkinsD.J.Watkins6'1" | CGElizabeth | 2020StateNJ will be moving on leaving Elizabeth with Pierre. That is not a bad spot to be in. Pierre scored 15.3 points per game and was one of the top ball handlers in the state. Pierre is a true point guard that can score at all three levels.

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