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Posted On: 08/17/20 10:10 AM

Guard play is key in basketball as they are essential to the team’s success. The team with better success controlling the pace of the game normally ends up winning the game. The GMC is filled with talented guards who are ready to make an impact at the next level. Here are the top guard duos in the GMC.

St. Thomas Aquinas

The reigning GMC Tournament champions may have to replace third team All-State performer in Quadry AdamsQuadryAdams6'3" | PGSt. Thomas Aquinas | 2020State#361NationNJ,but they return a talented duo in Jaquan HarrisJaquanHarris6'4" | SGSt. Thomas Aquinas | 2022State#127NationNJ and Kyree HenryKyreeHenry6'0" | CGSt. Thomas Aquinas | 2021StateNJ. The former is a talented point guard who can score from all three levels. Henry is a knockdown shooter from behind the arc who knows how to move off the ball. The two play extremely well off each other and know how to jump passing lanes. The Trojans are filled with Tristan JeffriesTristanJeffries6'5" | SFSt. Thomas Aquinas | 2021StateNJ and Josh RiveraJoshRivera6'7" | SFSt. Thomas Aquinas | 2021StateNJ on the perimeter, but Harris and Henry are the key to the team’s success in 2020-21.

St. Joe’s Metuchen

The Falcons have historically been one of the top teams in the GMC and they will be again this season. Rising junior Amari CampbellAmariCampbell6'3" | PGSt. Joe's Metuchen | 2022StateNJ is a skilled lead guard who knows how to

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