Posted On: 10/14/20 9:04 AM

The 2022 class is loaded with talent at the guard position, even before Zion Cruz transferred back into the Garden State. Will RichardsonWillRichardson6'2" | PGBergen Catholic | 2022State#59NationNJ and Mark ArmstrongMarkArmstrong6'2" | PGSt. Peter's Prep | 2022State#119NationNJ were both All-State performers last season, while Corey Floyd JrCoreyFloyd Jr6'4" | PGRoselle Catholic | 2022State#85NationNJhas been a key part for Roselle Catholic the last two seasons. The backcourt is not the only talented group as the frontcourt talent is capable of putting up big numbers this season. Here are the top 2022 forwards set for big 2020-21 seasons.

Charles AnyichieCharlesAnyichie6'7" | PFRanney School | 2022StateNJ, 6’7 PF Ranney

Anyichie has been red-hot on the soccer pitch and his success should translate onto the hardwood. The 6’7 multi-sport athlete has poured in six goals in two games as he puts himself in a good position to score. Anyichie loves to finish above the rim and his spatial awareness on the field should lead to him getting more easy baskets this year. He rips down rebounds and has good timing to block shots around the basket. Ranney returns everybody down low, but Anyichie’s combination of speed, athleticism and finishing should make him one of the breakout candidates in the Shore Conference.

David LuberoffDavidLuberoff6'8" | PFMidland Park | 2022StateNJ, 6’8 PF Midland Park

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