Posted On: 10/26/20 8:37 AM

The start of high school basketball is right around the corner with it being a little over a month away. The upcoming season is huge for rising seniors as they try to improve their stocks before entering college. The Jersey Shore Predators’ prospects are in the same boat and are ready for a strong final varsity season. Here are the Jersey Shore Predators capable of having big senior seasons.

Connor WalshConnorWalsh6'5" | SFManasquan | 2021StateNJ, 6’5 SF Manasquan

The Warriors were one of the top teams in New Jersey last year as they won a state-high 31 games and took home the Central Jersey Group 2 title. Walsh provided the team with great energy as he was diving on the floor for loose balls all season. The 6’5 forward has a nice touch around the basket and is unafraid of drawing contact. Walsh is a strong rebounder and uses his athleticism to make plays on the defensive end. Manasquan will the team to beat in the Shore Conference and Walsh is ready to have a bigger role on offense.

Frank DiNataleFrankDiNatale6'2" | SGSt. Rose | 2021StateNJ, 6’1 SG St. Rose

The Purple Roses lose NYU signee John BeattieJohnBeattie6'3" | SGSt. Rose | 2020StateNJ, but they should still be in

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