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Posted On: 11/24/20 9:03 AM

The NJSIAA may not have a state tournament this season, but there are still transfers that have an impact on the state. One of those transfers happened yesterday as Aaron BradshawAaronBradshaw7'0" | PFCamden | 2023State#19NationNJ moved from Roselle Catholic to Camden. The 7’0 sophomore is a talented stretch-four who can handle the ball on the perimeter and swat shots around the basket. Bradshaw should immediately start for the Panthers alongside South Carolina commit Ta’Quan WoodleyTa’QuanWoodley6'7" | PFCamden | 2021State#221NationNJ.

He will not have to deal with much of a learning curve as he is an AAU teammate with many of the players with the NJ Scholars. One of those teammates is Second Team All-State selection Dajuan Wagner JrDajuanWagner Jr6'2" | PGCamden | 2023State#2NationNJ., who is ready to lead the Camden offense again this season. Cian MedleyCianMedley6'0" | PGCamden | 2023StateNJ and Cornelius RobinsonCorneliusRobinson6'6" | SFCamden | 2023StateNJ may be overlooked, but they are talented players who la hard at both ends of the floor. Bradshaw’s ability to stretch the floor will open up driving lanes for Jerome BrewerJeromeBrewer6'6" | SFCamden | 2021StateNJ on the perimeter.

Roselle Catholic was already losing a big post presence in Gatorade Player of the Year Cliff OmoruyiCliffOmoruyi6'11" | CRoselle Catholic | 2020#56NationNJ, so the Lions need another player to fill in down low. Paramus Catholic transfer Derrick BuenoDerrickBueno6'5" | PFRoselle Catholic | 2021StateNJ had a

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