Adama Sanogo, 6-10 Jr. F, Patrick School With UConn’s Hurley and Rutgers’ Pikiell on hand Friday, the Mali native put up 18 points and 10 rebounds while dominating the Huntington Prep front line. He then added 13 and 8 in Saturday’s win over Wildwood Catholic. Sanogo also made the All-Hoophall Team last month. He went for 19 points in the win over Gill St. Bernard’s.
🏀 Big star + big stage = Jonathan Kuminga at the Metro Classic! Kuminga powers The Patrick School past Wildwood Catholic in a Non-Public showdown. 😤— Jersey Sports Zone (@JSZ_Sports) February 9, 2020
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TaQuan Woodley, 6-7 Jr. F, Camden Woodley continued to ascend as an interior force at Camden (18-1) by going for 10 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assists, 6 blocks and a steal in the win over Gill St. Bernard’s. Ziaire Williams, 6-7 Sr. F, Sierra Canyon The uncommitted senior forward scored 15 points in Friday’s win over Gill St. Bernard’s, and then had 20 in Saturday’s loss to Curbelo and LuHi. He told ZAGSBLOG he’s considering six schools and will decide when he’s ready. Boston also made the All-Hoophall Classic team in January. Follow Adam Zagoria on Twitter And Like ZAGS on Facebook
DJ Wagner scored 19 to lead Camden to a BIG win at Metro Classic 😤🔥 pic.twitter.com/pOaAgpLUa7— B/R Hoops (@brhoops) February 9, 2020