Marquis Jones, the all-time leading scorer at South Plainfield High School, puts up the game winning shot in the closing seconds of the third seeded Tigers dramatic 66-65 victory over fourth seeded St. Joseph’s in the 2005 GMCT Boys Championship on February 25, 2005 at the Rutgers Athletic Center. Photo credit: John Szpara.
Dunellen High School’s all time leading scorer, Tyje’ Kelton, shown here putting up a shot against Jonathan Dayton of Springfield in the second half of a 2020 NJSIAA North Jersey Section 2 Group 1 Quarterfinal contest, has decided to go the postgraduate route and attend Covenant Prep Academy in Belmar.
Denzel Mensah, former boys basketball standout at South Plainfield High School, shown here walking the baseline during the second Jersey Shore Basketball League semifinal at St. Rose High School back in August 2019, has had his patience and persistence rewarded with a professional basketball career in Spain and a spot on the Ghana National team.
Highland Park’s Dylan Darkwah, shown here putting up a shot against South Plainfield in a GMC crossover game at Highland Park on January 22nd, has recently announced that he will attend NCAA D3 school, Penn State-Atloona next fall.
Piscataway’s Keshawn Peterson-Fish, shown here following through on a jump shot against CBA in the Aliyah Outscores Diabetes Showcase at Marist High School on January 26th, has recently committed to play for NCAA D3 school, Rutgers-Camden, of the NJAC.
Brien Dunphy II, Calvary Christian’s all time leading scorer, shown here soaring to the rim during pre-game warm-ups prior to the start of a GMC Gold Division contest versus East Brunswick Tech at Sportika in Manalapan on January 3rd, recently announced his commitment to attend Lancaster Bible College of the North Eastern Athletic Conference.
Justin Carbone, shown here going up for a layup over a defender in the first half of his 26 point performance against Hightstown, recently announced that he will continue his athletic and academic career at The College of New Jersey in Ewing.
Former St. Joseph’s and Piscataway Tech standout, 1,000 point scorer, and 2017 GMC Hoops Player of the Year, Letrell West, shown here skying to the rim in warm-ups prior to a pivotal GMC Red game in 2017, recently announced that he has left Claflin University in South Carolina, and has committed to Northern Michigan.
Colonia’s Chad Baker rises to block a shot against GMC White Division rival, Edison back in December 2018. The 2019 Colonia graduate, former Patriots boys basketball standout 2019 GMC Hoops POY, has completed a successful season of post-graduate ball at Spire Academy in Geneva, Ohio, and has recently committed to play at Duquesne of the Atlantic-10 Conference.
K-Shawn Schulters, shown here handling the basketball against Red Bank Catholic in the 2018 Non-Public A South Semifinals, sank an unforgettable buzzer beating three to lift the Falcons to 46-43 victory over Colonia in the 2018 GMCT Championship, and GMC Hoops almost missed out on capturing the iconic shot on video.