Posted On: 09/13/21 8:53 AM

The fall sports season is just getting started, but that does not mean the excitement for the upcoming basketball season has dissipated. Players across the state have transferred, which will create a big impact on state title races. Here are the 2022 transfers that are set to shake up the coming season.

Elijah Perkins Elijah Perkins 6'3" | PG Camden | 2022 State NJ , 6’3 PG Camden

Perkins is one of the few players in the state to have played in a Tournament of Champions game, giving the Panthers needed experience in the backcourt. The Ranney transfer is an athletic guard who excels at getting downhill and attacking the basket. Perkins has a quick first step, which he uses to blow by defenders in the half court. He is a good on-ball defender and can defend either backcourt spot. Perkins joins a loaded Camden backcourt as the Panthers look to extend the state’s longest winning streak en route to their first Tournament of Champions crown since 2000.

Omarion Jett-Dobbs Omarion Jett-Dobbs 6'2" | CG St. Benedict's | 2022 State NJ , 6’2 CG St. Benedict’s

The Grey Bees may not compete for the Tournament of Champions, but Jett-Dobbs will still have an impact on their chances to take home the Prep A championship. The Morris Catholic transfer is

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