Conference Preview

Posted On: 12/22/20 9:04 AM

The Colonial Conference was one of the more underrated conferences in the Garden State last year with a pair of sectional finalists. Five total teams won 20 games last season, creating a competitive atmosphere at the top. Current Chestnut Hill guard MJ IraldiMJIraldi6'5" | SFWest Deptford | 2020StateNJ was the conference’s player of the year in 2019-20, leaving an opening for the title. Here are the top candidates to be the Colonial Conference Player of the Year.

Tommy MooneyTommyMooney6'1" | PGHaddonfield | 2022StateNJ, 6’1 PG Haddonfield 2022

Haddonfield has to replace its top two scorers from last season and the team is relying on Mooney to take over the offense. The 6’1 lead guard has a good handle and is able to beat his man off the dribble with consistency. Mooney is a nice finisher around the basket and does not mind drawing contact on his way to the bucket. He has a nice release on his jumper and is a solid on-ball defender. Mooney is a gritty lead guard who will lead the Haddonfield offense this season.

Damian RawlsDamianRawls6'1" | CGOverbrook | 2021StateNJ, 6’1 CG Overbrook 2021

The Rams won 21 games last season and they will be a team to watch again with Rawls returning in

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