The best of the best in Class A.

Posted On: 01/13/21 8:40 AM

The Shore Conference has had a strong run over the last two seasons with a pair of teams winning 31 games each of the last two seasons. Manasquan did it last year, but the Warriors need to replace Alex GalvanAlexGalvan6'7" | PFManasquan | 2020StateNJ inside. Connor WalshConnorWalsh6'5" | SFManasquan | 2021StateNJ looks to be their guy as the Catholic University commit is a big-time athlete around the basket. The Conference is still filled with available talent in the frontcourt who can make a difference at the next level. Here are the top available forward prospects in the Shore Conference.

Kyle RhodenKyleRhoden6'9" | PFRanney School | 2021StateNJ, 6’9 PF Ranney

Rhoden is the top available player in the Shore with a skillset that can make an immediate impact at the next level. The 6’9 big man has a nice touch around the basket and runs the floor hard. Rhoden also has the ability to step outside and knock down jumpers from the perimeter. He rips down rebounds on both ends of the floor and is one of the top shot-blockers in the class. Rhoden is a D1 big man who can provide a program with a true shot-blocker around the rim.

Joe LardaroJoeLardaro6'5" | PFFreehold Township | 2021StateNJ, 6’5 PF Freehold Township

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