South Brunswick’s C.J. Mangrum follows through on a three point attempt in the first half for Team Elevation. Mangrum’s efforts in the last two playoff rounds was one of several reasons why Team Elevation won the Black Top TOC Title at Woodbridge.
Former Sayreville hoops standout, Jehyve Floyd, finished his run in TBT 2020 on Wednesday. Floyd averaged 4 points, 5 rebounds, and 2 points per game for Big X, which lost to Red Scare.
Former Sayreville hoops standout, Jehyve Floyd, and his Big X squad are still standing after the first set of games in the Round of 24 at The Basketball Tournament on Saturday.
Former GMC standouts, Marques Townes (St. Joseph’s/Cardinal McCarrick) and Jehyve Floyd (Sayreville), will be representing Middlesex County this Fourth of July Weekend in the opening round of The Basketball Tournament.
Sergio Rodriguez, shown here directing traffic for Piscataway Tech against South Plainfield on January 22, 2019, recently earned All Tournament Team honors for Combine Academy’s Post-Graduate Team in North Carolina.
Jonathan Livingston, shown here pulling up for a shot in the paint over a Hillsborough defender in the 3rd Place Game of the 2019 Hillsborough Holiday Hoops Tourney, has announced that he will be attending Claflin University in South Carolina this fall.
St. Joseph’s two-sport standout and 1,000 point scorer, Tyree Ford, shown here going up for a score against Dunellen in the 2020 GMCT Quarterfinals on February 23rd, has decided to attend Kean University and play football for the Cougars this fall.
East Brunswick Tech’s, Jordan Horowitz, shown here following through on a three point attempt in the Tigers’ 72-43 loss to Metuchen in the 2020 GMCT Play-In round on February 15th in Metuchen, recently announced that he will be attending Rowan College South of Gloucester County this fall.
Edison’s Nasir McLean, shown here defending the inbounds pass in the 4th quarter versus Old Bridge in the 2020 GMCT Quarterfinals at Middlesex County College on February 23rd, recently announced his intentions to attend NCAA D2 Georgian Court University in the fall.
New Brunswick’s Ahyan Brown Miller, shown here following through on a free throw in the 2nd half against Montgomery in the 2020 NJSIAA Central Jersey Group 4 Semifinals on March 5th, announced his commitment to attend and play football for Wagner College in Staten Island on Saturday.