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Jankovic, who also plays for the AAU NY Havoc Blue, helped the Averill Park Lady Warriors to their seventh straight Section 2 Class A girls basketball championship in the 2019-20 campaign.
The Red Storm Hoops offer is the first for Johnson, a Newark, NJ, native who dropped in 103 points, ten rebounds, six assits, and seven steals in 14 contests in his freshman season at St. Benedict's Prep.
Perez, a gaurd, played basketball for Oldsfield School in Maryland, scoring 15.7 points, 3.1 assists, 4.9 rebounds, and 2.4 steals per game last season.
The sophomore holds offers from three Big East Conference schools such as Georgetown, Seton Hall, and St. John’s, plus TCU, Maryland, Auburn, and Rutgers, per Verbal Commits.
Guerra drained 1,629 points (19th all-time), dished out 576 assists (5th all-time), grabbed 516 rebounds, made193 steals (7th all-time), and sank 194 three-pointers for his career as a Ram.
The 6-foot-5-inch, 185-pounder drained 269 points in 19 games, for an average of 14.2 ppg last season. Plus, he dished out 1.6 assists per contest and grabbed 4.6 rebounds per tilt last year, according to MaxPreps.com.
Pierre-Louis is a lefty guard with a powerful, growing body who uses his strength to get to the hoop and finish with proficiency.
Wattara, born in Togo in West Africa, moved to New York City at 11. He enjoyed a terrific high school career at Mount Saint Michael and became one of seven players to eclipse the 1,000-point milestone at the Bronx school.
Iavarone attended SJC from 2014 to 2018 and amassed a program-best 1,510 career points.