Posted On: 11/10/20 9:08 AM

The 2022 class is loaded with big-time athletes, headlined by the Patrick School’s Zion Cruz. Blair Academy’s duo of  Kyle Cuffee Jr. Kyle Cuffee Jr. 6'2" | CG Blair Academy | 2021 #161 Nation NJ  and  Otega Oweh Otega Oweh 6'4" | SG Blair Academy | 2022 State #91 Nation NJ should provide plenty of highlights this season. Some of the players in the class do more than just compete on the hardwood as they play other sports during the year. Here are the top dual-sport athletes in the 2022 class.

, 6’3 SG Williamstown

Sabb’s collegiate future is destined for the gridiron with schools like Clemson, Ohio State and Florida in his top 15. The 6’3 guard is known for finishing above the rim and is at his best attacking in transition. Sabb is unafraid of contact around the basket as he knows how to get to the free throw line. He skies for rebounds on both ends of the floor and uses this athleticism to swat shots around the rim. Sabb is a talented athlete with the potential to maybe play more than one sport at the next level.

Logan Howland Logan Howland 6'7" | PF Hun | 2023 NJ , 6’8 PF Westfield

Howland is one of the top big men in Union County and it should be on full display this season. The 6’8 power forward plays

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