Greg Machos gives his thoughts on which team will receive the top seed, and where other teams will be seeded in the upcoming 2020 GMCT.
St. Thomas Aquinas and its athletic forward, Derrick Grant reclaim the top spot in this week’s GMC Hoops Top Ten.
East Brunswick’s Devin Kennedy, shown here battling on the boards in the GMC Red clash with Monroe, led a balanced attack with 10 points in the Bears 62-43 win over the Falcons on Saturday to move into the GMC Hoops Top Ten for the first time this season.
Quasim Jackson and his Perth Amboy Panthers move back into the GMC Hoops Top Ten after its OT win at Piscataway and Monroe’s loss to East Brunswick.
Carteret’s Cam McCargo along with junior teammate, Starrell Hearns have the Ramblers soaring to No. 3 in the latest GMC Hoops Top 10.
Andrew Turco, who fired in 39 points in a recent win at Old Bridge, has Monroe back in the GMC Hoops Top Ten this week.
K-Shawn Schulters of St. Joseph’s puts up a shot over Derrick Grant of St. Thomas Aquinas in the 2nd half of the Falcons 70-65 victory over the Trojans at the 2020 SFIC Festival on January 5th at Kean University. St. Joe’s win over Aquinas was one of a dozen close games seen by GMC Hoops so far this season.
Led by senior guard and Villanova football commit, K-Shawn Schulters, St. Joseph’s is back in a familiar place, atop the latest GMC Hoops Top Ten.
Tahjay Moore will be leading his New Brunswick Zebras against Devin Kennedy at East Brunswick in the opening round of the 2019 Brunswick Classic in The Hub City on December 27th.
Former St. Joseph’s standout, Tyus Battle, shown here following through on a jumper against East Brunswick in January 2016, is one of 12 former Greater Middlesex Conference standouts now playing professionally. Battle is now playing for the Iowa Wolves, the G-League affiliate of the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves.