The Whiting, New Jersey, native enjoyed a tremendous offensive season as well, draining an amazing 580 points while grabbing 376 rebounds in 32 contests, good for an average of 18.1 points and 11.75 rebounds per game.
The six-foot-five-inch guard drained a team-high 273 points for Neptune during the 2018-19 New Jersey high school hoops campaign and he scored over 1000 points in his high school career.
As a high school senior, Toro helped guide St. Benedict's to a 35-2 record, the New Jersey State Prep A championship, an appearance in the Dick's High School Nationals quarterfinals and a No. 12 final ranking in the USA Today Sports Super 25.
The six-foot-ten, 235-pounder chose the Scarlet Knights over the Arizona State Sun Devils and the Auburn University Tigers as part of his three final college selections.
Three Chatham boys basketball players -- Cam Rooney, E.J. Leskauskas and Andrew Bergman -- all garnered Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) acknowledgments.
Chatham's Maddie Hartnett, Tess Ford, Shannon Donohoe, and Caryl Frohnapfel earn NJ Hoops honors.
The Lady Cougars beat Irvington, Summit, and West Morris to get the finals, while The Lady Blue Streaks defeated Rahway, Payne Tech, and Mendham to set up the Championship game.
Hartnett, a University of Scranton-commit, poured in a game-high 18 points,
Senior Maddie Hartnett drained a game-high 16 points and Shannon Donohoe posted a double-double with 12 points and 14 rebounds as Chatham won its seventh straight contest to capped the regular season on a winning note.
Chatham's Maddie Hartnett and Montville's Emma Wax lead their teams to MCT Championship game.