Posted On: 11/17/20 10:49 AM

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the landscape of high school basketball in the Garden State with numerous players being on the move. This includes prospects coming into New Jersey for high school basketball. Patrick School’s Zion Cruz is the biggest transfer name, but he is ineligible for this list as he never actually played for Oak Hill Academy. Here are the top 2022 newcomers to the Garden State.

Quadir CopelandQuadirCopeland6'5" | SFLife Center Academy | 2022StateNJ, 6’5 CG Life Center Academy

Copeland had made a name for himself at Gettysburg Area High School before his transfer to Life Center in the offseason. The 6’5 combo guard plays with great floor vision as he will most likely end up playing as a lead guard at the next level. Copeland is a problem once he gets into the lane as he can finish above the rim or lay off to cutters. He has a nice release on his jumper and his length allows him to defend multiple positions. Copeland is a skilled guard prospect who should have a big first season for Life Center Academy.

Isaiah EarlIsaiahEarl6'8" | SFSt. Benedict's | 2022StateNJ, 6’8 SF/PF St. Benedict’s

The Grey Bees are consistently one of the top teams in New Jersey and they

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