Posted On: 09/14/20 1:21 PM

The CVC is filled with solid squads as four different teams won 20 games last season. RJ WeiseRJWeise6'0" | SGStateNJ took home the conference’s Player of the Year and will be a tough player to replace for the Redbirds. The conference has plenty of players who are capable of leading their teams this season. Here are the top players in the CVC who should have big seasons in 2019-20.

Dante WeiseDanteWeise6'1" | PGAllentown | 2022StateNJ, 6’1 PG Allentown 2022

Big brother Weise was fun to watch, but his younger brother is more than capable of picking up the slack. The 6’1 guard is creative with the ball in his hands and is hard to keep out of the lane. Weise rarely gets flustered when he’s under pressure and he has a nice release on his jumper. He excels at pushing the pace in transition and can rip down rebounds on the defensive end. Weise is a skilled point guard prospect who will lead Allentown’s offense in 2020-21.

Spencer KenneySpencerKenney6'4" | SFHightstown | 2021StateNJ, 6’4 SF Hightstown 2021

Hightstown has to replace its seven top scorers from last season, which should give Kenny more opportunities to put up big performances. The 6’4 wing can attack the basket

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