Five under the radar players from the NJ Tip-Off Classic - Who are some of the prospects to watch the rest of the H.S. season?

By Pat Lawless

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There is no denying the New Jersey Tip-Off Classic had some of the best talent throughout the country, but it also had players who are definitely deserving of more attention. HG Insider takes a look at five under the radar players to keep an eye on the rest of the high school season.

Dion Harrington | St. Mary’s Elizabeth

The St. Mary’s Elizabeth senior transferred in this year and is already making a strong impact. Harrington has a great feel for the game and also has great playmaking ability. He and his teammates took a tough 77-75 loss to Bergen Catholic in this game, but players like Harrington showed a lot of fight against the nationally recognized program. As he gets more comfortable at St. Mary’s he should have a big senior campaign. The class of 2019 prospect is receiving some attention from schools but is definitely deserving of more.

Myles Ruth | Don Bosco Prep

Don Bosco Prep (N.J.) competed well against one of the best teams in the country in The Ranney School and class of 2020 guard Myles Ruth deserves a lot of credit for keeping them in it. Ruth doesn’t stand out from a physicality standpoint but definitely does when talking about his skill set. He has a knack for getting to the basket and is very crafty. Ruth should start to gain more attention going into the rest of the high school season and heading into AAU.

Nazir Williams | St. Joseph’s Montvale

St. Joseph’s Montvale (NJ) guard Nazir Williams continues to make big strides every high school season. Now a junior, Williams is developing into a solid division one prospect and still has plenty of room to grow. He is an impressive scorer with his shooting and slashing ability. Williams plays a big role for this talented St. Joseph’s Montvale (NJ) team and will emerge as a senior leader next season.

Kaylen Oweh | Rutgers Prep

Rutgers Prep (NJ) has a lot of talent from top to bottom and class of 2019 wing Kaylen Oweh is a big part of what makes this team so good. Oweh is a good scorer with his freak athleticism and finishing ability. When playing in the open floor he consistently converts and provides a ton of energy. Oweh’s recruitment is beginning to receive more attention as we head into the middle part of the high school season.

Justin Glover | Hudson Catholic

Everyone knows Hudson Catholic has some of the best talent in the northeast and this year is no different. They have a ton of depth, especially with their sophomore and freshman class. Sophomore guard Justin Glover is part of what makes this team so special. Glover is an excellent shot maker and has a real sense for how to play. Glover will continue to play a big role for head coach Nick Marinello and the Hawks.