Posted On: 10/28/20 8:49 AM

Group 4 had some of the most exciting sectional finals last season with two games being won at the buzzer. The group is filled with talent as Michael BresslerMichaelBressler5'6" | PGWatchung Hills | 2020StateNJ and Jordan PriceJordanPrice6'4" | SFElizabeth | 2020StateNJ were both selected to First Team All-State. Group 4 is normally known for its strong guard play, but do not sleep on the frontcourt. Here are the top Group 4 forwards to watch this season.

Chris RubayoChrisRubayo6'8" | PFMontgomery | 2021StateNJ, 6’9 PF Montgomery 2021

Rubayo is one of the top big men in the Skyland Conference and will prove it this season. The Lafayette commit knows how to get open down low and has a nice touch around the basket. Rubayo is more than just a back to the basket big as he can step away from the basket and hit jumpers. He uses his length on the defensive end to swat shots around the basket and rip down rebounds. Montgomery has a formidable duo in Rubayo and Ryan CurryRyanCurry6'0" | SGMontgomery | 2022StateNJ as they look to lead the Cougars to a deep postseason run.

Logan HowlandLoganHowland6'8" | PFWestfield | 2022StateNJ, 6’7 PF Westfield 2022

The Blue Devils have a trio of talented big men in Jack SpellmanJackSpellman6'8" | PFWestfield | 2021StateNJSean LoganSeanLogan6'9" | PFWestfield | 2022StateNJ

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