Posted On: 01/21/22 9:45 AM

The basketball season in New Jersey has been full of intrigue as teams are getting prepared for the postseason tournament. Prospects across the state have been putting up big numbers, including underrated prospects who have broken onto the scene. Here are underrated prospects who have broken out this season.

Kamal Lee Kamal Lee 6'0" | PG St. Thomas Aquinas | 2023 State NJ , 6’0 PG St. Thomas Aquinas 2023

Lee has made an instant impact for the Trojans as he makes plays on both sides of the ball. The Roselle Catholic transfer has a quick first step and is a blur in the open floor. Lee is a good finisher around the basket and has a nice release on his jumper. He is a pesky on-ball defender and does not force the issue in the half court. Lee is a two-way floor general who knows how to get deflections on the defensive end.

Elijah Lewis Elijah Lewis 6'3" | CG Watchung Hills | 2022 State NJ , 6’3 CG Watchung Hills 2022

Lewis has been playing at a high level for Watchung Hills all season, including a 39-point performance against Gill St. Bernard’s in his last game. The 6’3 guard attacks the basket with a purpose and finishes strong above the rim. Lewis is more than just a slasher as

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