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Posted On: 07/7/20 9:17 AM

The 2022 class is filled with talented point guard play. Will RichardsonWillRichardson6'2" | PGBergen Catholic | 2022State#59NationNJ has been a big-time player for Bergen Catholic over his first two varsity seasons, while Mark ArmstrongMarkArmstrong6'2" | PGSt. Peter's Prep | 2022State#119NationNJ has done the same with St. Peter’s Prep. Both players were selected to Third Team All-State, while Shore Conference Player of the Year Ben RoyBenRoy6'0" | PGManasquan | 2022State#208NationNJ was selected to the Second Team. They are not the only point guards in the class capable of making the All-State team. Here are the 2022 point guards capable of making the All-State team.

Corey Floyd JrCoreyFloyd Jr6'4" | PGRoselle Catholic | 2022State#85NationNJ., 6’4 Roselle Catholic

The Lions lose CJ WilcherCJWilcher6'5" | SGRoselle Catholic | 2020#95NationNJNiels LaneNielsLane6'5" | PGRoselle Catholic | 2020State#72NationNJRichie GreavesRichieGreaves6'0" | PGRoselle Catholic | 2020StateNJ and Ahmad RobinsonAhmadRobinson5'11" | PGRoselle Catholic | 2020StateNJ,but they should still be all set in the backcourt. Floyd Jr. is more of a combo guard, but his passing gives him the ability to play point guard at the next level. The athletic 6’4 guard can finish above the rim, but is also capable of knocking down shots from behind the arc. Floyd a good rebounder and is one of the better defenders in the class. Roselle Catholic will be one of the teams to beat in 2020-21 with Floyd Jr. getting more touches on

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