Posted On: 07/14/20 11:01 AM

New Jersey is filled with high level talent across the state. Jonathan KumingaJonathanKuminga6'8" | SFPatrick School | 2020#1NationNJLance WareLanceWare6'9" | PFCamden | 2020#42NationNJCliff OmoruyiCliffOmoruyi6'11" | CRoselle Catholic | 2020#56NationNJ and Jabri Abdur-RahimJabriAbdur-Rahim6'6" | SFBlair Academy | 2020#41NationNJ are all big-time prospects who will make an impact on the next level. Point guard play in the Garden State is also key as they are key to running the offense. Here are the top point guards from the Peak Skills Workout.

Tazir CanteyTazirCantey6'0" | PGLindenwold | 2021StateNJ, 6’0 Lindenwold 2021

Cantey was on a tear for most of the session, establishing himself as one of the top guards in South Jersey. The 6’0 guard has a good handle, which makes him hard to contain off the bounce. Cantey is more than just a slasher as he has a quick release on his shot and can get hot from distance in a hurry. He is also a solid passer as he made several slick passes during the game session. Cantey is a scoring machine who should make the First Team All-Group 1 for the second straight season.

Freddie YoungFreddieYoung6'3" | SGTrenton Catholic | 2021StateNJ, 6’3 Trenton Catholic 2021

Young had a terrific session, proving that he is ready for a larger role in 2020-21. The 6’3 guard played with poise on

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