Posted On: 02/9/21 8:21 AM

It’s difficult to talk about the end of an already shortened season, but it isn’t too early to talk about potential all-state performers. The 2022 and 2023 classes have multiple guard options, but the 2021 group has put out strong performances as well that deserve recognition. Here are 2021 guards making arguments to receive All-State recognition in their final varsity season.

Noah HarrisNoahHarris6'0" | PGRutgers Prep | 2021StateNJ, 6’0 PG Rutgers Prep

The Argonauts needed someone to emerge as their go-to scorer when Trey PattersonTreyPatterson6'7" | SFRutgers Prep | 2021State#36NationNJ enrolled early at Villanova and Harris has answered the bell. The Marist commit has been scorching the nets from distance with 11 triples in two games played. Harris is not just shooting as he pulling up in the mid-range and getting to the rim, which is why he is averaging 29 points per game to open the year. He is doing more than just scoring as he is also dishing out seven assists a game. If Harris is able to maintain his numbers throughout the season, it’ll be difficult to keep him off the All-State teams.

Zakai ZeiglerZakaiZeigler5'9" | PGMontclair Immaculate | 2021StateNJ/Jayden BrownJaydenBrown6'0" | PGMontclair Immaculate | 2021StateNJ, 5’9/ 6’0 Montclair Immaculate

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