Posted On: 12/13/20 12:22 PM

Western New York is an underrated basketball hotspot chockful of promising, talented recruits. Below is a list of 5 players from the Monsignor Martin League with at least one season of eligibility remaining who are best at creating steals.

 

Kamar Goudelock Kamar Goudelock 6'0" | PG Bishop Timon | 2022 State NY - Bishop Timon-St. Jude - Class of 2022

Goudelock led the Monsignor Martin League in 2019-2020 with 2.8 steals per game. In total, he accumulated 74 steals in his sophomore campaign. A model of consistency, Goudelock registered at least one steal in 25 out of 26 games played. The Tigers lean on Goudelock to continue to be a defensive menace in 2020-2021.

 

Jaymier Patton Jaymier Patton 5'11" | PG Bishop Timon | 2021 State NY - Bishop Timon-St. Jude - Class of 2021

Jaymier Patton Jaymier Patton 5'11" | PG Bishop Timon | 2021 State NY nearly matched his teammate Kamar Goudelock Kamar Goudelock 6'0" | PG Bishop Timon | 2022 State NY ’s 2019-2020 defensive production, registering 2.7 steals per game. In his inaugural Varsity season, Patton first registered a career-high 6 steals on December 19, 2019 in a victory against Olmsted, only to match that output twice more, against Bennett and Canisius, respectively. In addition to his defensive intensity, Patton consistently took care of the ball on offense, finishing his Junior season with

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