Posted On: 08/13/20 10:12 AM

Team Rio University is filled with premier talent at all levels. Villanova commit Trey PattersonTreyPatterson6'7" | SFRutgers Prep | 2021StateNJ headlines the group and he is not the only high major player on the 17U team. Rafael CastroRafaelCastro6'9" | PFDover | 2021StateNJ has seen his stock rise since the end of the high school season while 2022’s Jayden PierreJaydenPierre6'0" | PGLong Island Lutheran | 2022State#67NationNYBen RoyBenRoy6'0" | PGManasquan | 2022State#208NationNJ and Elijah PerkinsElijahPerkins6'3" | PGRanney School | 2022StateNJ have all been offered by a high major school. The 2023 class is also filled with big-time who have the potential to play at the high major level.

Roselle Catholic’s Aaron BradshawAaronBradshaw7'0" | PFCamden | 2023State#19NationNJ headlines the list of players as he already holds offers from TCU and Nebraska. The lanky 6’11 forward has a good face-up game and is comfortable handling the ball on the perimeter. Bradshaw has a good release on his jumper and did well on the glass during the sessions. He has to improve his timing on defense, but Bradshaw’s combination of size, skill and length make him one of the most intriguing prospects in the 2023 class.

Isaac HesterIsaacHester6'0" | PGRanney School | 2023StateNJ suits up for the 16U team and he is not afraid of playing against the older competition. The Gill St. Bernard’s point guard plays with poise on the ball

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