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Posted On: 04/12/21 9:22 AM

The 2022 class is filled with talented players who have already left their mark on New Jersey basketball. Six different prospects have made the All-State already with a couple of them accomplishing the feat twice. The 2023 and 2024 classes have players capable of filling in those spots, but there are also prospects in 2022 with tability to make the All-State team. Here are the top 2022 prospects with the potential of making All-State team for the first time.

Maurice Odum Maurice Odum 6'1" | PG Union City | 2022 State NJ , 6’1 PG Union City

It’s hard to imagine a player that led the state in scoring in his sophomore season has never made an All-State team, but that is the case with Odum. The 6’1 lead guard is crafty with the ball in his hands and can drop 25 points on any given night. Odum’s range starts once he crosses half court, but can also facilitate the offense in the half court. He is an underrated defender who plays with quick hands. Union City has the potential to make a deep run in the Group 4 sectional playoffs, creating an opportunity for Odum to land on an All-State team.

Sean Logan Sean Logan 6'10" | PF Westfield | 2022 State NJ , 6’9 PF Westfield


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