Posted On: 07/3/20 9:15 AM

North Jersey normally rules the basketball roost in the Garden State, but South Jersey basketball is full of big-time talent. Camden was the top team in the state for most of the season as the Panthers won 25 straight games to end the season. Paul VI, Camden Catholic and St. Augustine are all solid squads with Division I players. South Jersey is filled with talented guard prospects who are ready to make an impact on the next level. Here are the top combo guards in South Jersey.

Dajuan Wagner JrDajuanWagner Jr6'2" | PGCamden | 2023State#2NationNJ., 6’3 Camden 2023

ESPN may have labeled him as a point guard, but Cian MedleyCianMedley6'0" | PGCamden | 2023StateNJ’s presence in the backcourt makes Wagner Jr. more of a combo guard. The 6’3 guard is a natural scorer who can score at all three levels. Wagner Jr. has a good handle and plays with composure with the ball in his hands. He is a tough rebounder and is capable of running an offense. The Panthers will be one of the teams to beat again in 2020-21 with Wagner Jr. returning for his sophomore season.

Wisler SanonWislerSanon6'2" | CGPaul VI | 2021StateNJ, 6’2 Paul VI 2021

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