The 6-foot-2, 192-pound junior poured in 302 points, grabbed 116 rebounds, and dished out 71 assists in 27 games for the Lions last season.
Additionally, Harris holds offers from UCONN, Little Rock, Temple, Bryant, Virginia Tech, plus schools from the Garden State such as Rutgers, and the Big East’s Seton Hall, as well as Marquette, Georgetown, and St. John’s, among other D I colleges.
Oweh was a standout wing at Rutgers Prep, scoring 433 points and grabbing 191 boards in 29 tilts last season (14.9 ppg and (6.6 rpg).
Anglin played well in his sophomore season, recording 14.0 points per game, 3.8 assists per game, and 1.8 steals per game. As a freshman, the 6-footer poured in 326 points, grabbed 74 rebounds, and made 40 steals in 30 tilts.
The 6-foot-2 Silas, a junior, played with Marist High School in Bayonne last season, dropping in 141 points, grabbing 30 rebounds and dishing out 30 assists while making 32 steals in 16 contests.
EWELL, A 6-FOOT-7 GIFTED WING/FORWARD, IS A TRANSFER STUDENT-ATHLETE FROM DICKINSON HIGH SCHOOL IN WILMINGTON, DE.
The 6-foot-seven, 210-pound Nigerian-born player now has offers from Howard, Columbia, California, New Mexico, Stetson, Montana State, North Carolina A&T, and Oral Roberts, per Verbal Commits.
The Candem Panters enjoyed a terrfic season, going 29-1 and capturing the NJSIAA sectional tournament title with a lopsided 70-42 victory over Haddonfield in March, per NJ.com.
Wilcher, a 6-foot-4, 165-pounder out of Plainfield, NJ, dropped in 141 points and corralled 71 rebounds while dishing out 65 assists and making 28 steals in 24 contests last season.
Mark Armstrong, a gifted junior combo guard, drained an impressive 558 points (19.93 ppg) and grabbed 95 (3.39 rpg) rebounds in 28 games last season with St. Peter's Prep.