Jamarques Lawrence has amassed 15 college basketball offers.
After three years at Roselle Catholic, Lawrence, a rising senior, approaches the 1000-point milestone with 986 points with a season left to play.
Ryan Dunn owns 11 Division I hoops offers.
Ryan Dunn now owns offers from 9 D I college hoops programs.
Lawrence, a 6-foot-4 shooting guard who also plays hoops for the AAU NY Jayhawks, has an offer from Fairfield University Men's Basketball.
Kacper Klaczek has five D I college hoop offers: TCU, Holy Cross, Bucknell, Bradley, and Washington State
Rivera holds offers from Stetson, Bryant, Fairfield, Robert Morris, Manhattan, Central Connecticut State, NJIT, and St. Peter's, plus Drexel.
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.
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.
Although Jefferis missed the first 13 games of the 2019-20 high school basketball season, he managed to score 204 points, grabbed 97 rebounds, dish out 45 assists, and make 39 steals in 15 contests. The Jersey City, N.J., native averaged 13.6 ppg.