Posted On: 09/2/20 12:32 PM

As we prepare for a September 15th rankings date, it's time to shift our focus more northward, away from the bright lights of New York City but into just as talented, yet underexposed prospects. Here, we move through the Hudson Valley, looking through juniors who deserve a statewide rank but do as much exposure as other Big Apple stars.

Charlie Randall | Marmoneck 

So far for Marmoneck, Charlie Randall has been everything you can ask for in a center. Randall can play in the paint, backing down defenders while intimidating offenders on the defensive end. Randall also provides tremendous shooting value, being able to space the floor from the corner while also going middle and directing offense from the foul line.

Sean Quin | Albertus Magnus

Sean Quin has demonstrated his versatility all over the court. He is long enough and athletic enough to guard positions one to five, while on offense, he is able to both drive to the rim and lead the offense, while also taking a backdoor route as an off-ball shooter.

James Swenson | Bronxville

Looking at James Swenson's game, one might only wonder if there is anything Swenson can't do. Swenson has demonstrated speed, athleticism,

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