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Re: Top Boy's Club Teams in New Jersey
Anonymous #349692 09/14/21 05:36 PM
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2026 question; who is happy with your team? Good coaching, competitive tournament and coaching. We may need to make a switch.

What program are you currently with and what are you making the switch for? That may help you make your decision.

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Anonymous #349734 09/15/21 12:25 AM
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For 28 teams: BBL north, Jersey Express south. You can also do some of the PA teams. Rough Riders has some NJ kids on 27. I have no exposure to RR for the 28's. Overall 28 have head count numbers less than 25, 27, 29 so most clubs have a single team. Depending on what you are looking for. AA see above, single A team you have more options. What position is your son?

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Anonymous #349885 09/16/21 11:13 AM
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Any NJ 2023 commit yet?
Should see a few go this weekend or over the next week

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Anonymous #349918 09/16/21 02:05 PM
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Lawrenceville kid went the other day. Probably one of the fogo’s next, NJ has a few good ‘23s.

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Lawrenceville kid went the other day. Probably one of the fogo’s next, NJ has a few good ‘23s.
According to IL there are 10 4 star kids in NJ.. 2 NJ Riot, 4 LE, 1 2Knights, and zero for BBL!

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Lawrenceville kid went the other day. Probably one of the fogo’s next, NJ has a few good ‘23s.
According to IL there are 10 4 star kids in NJ.. 2 NJ Riot, 4 LE, 1 2Knights, and zero for BBL!

Keep in mind that most Lawrenceville kids are not from NJ, so you can shorten that list a bit

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Anonymous #350130 09/18/21 07:51 PM
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Lawrenceville kid went the other day. Probably one of the fogo’s next, NJ has a few good ‘23s.
According to IL there are 10 4 star kids in NJ.. 2 NJ Riot, 4 LE, 1 2Knights, and zero for BBL!

Keep in mind that most Lawrenceville kids are not from NJ, so you can shorten that list a bit
BBL ZERO!

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Anonymous #350169 09/19/21 08:47 PM
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I am not surprised by BBL having zero 23. They are pretty loyal to their players. They don’t do the LE and try and replace the bottom 8 players. I believe with growth that is why they are going to try this national thing. Otherwise the non black team players will see there is no real chance to make the black team.

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I am not surprised by BBL having zero 23. They are pretty loyal to their players. They don’t do the LE and try and replace the bottom 8 players. I believe with growth that is why they are going to try this national thing. Otherwise the non black team players will see there is no real chance to make the black team.
Based on this post BBL will never have 4 Star players when they get into high school?

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Lawrenceville kid went the other day. Probably one of the fogo’s next, NJ has a few good ‘23s.
According to IL there are 10 4 star kids in NJ.. 2 NJ Riot, 4 LE, 1 2Knights, and zero for BBL!

Keep in mind that most Lawrenceville kids are not from NJ, so you can shorten that list a bit
BBL ZERO!

Don't get it flipped...both BBL 23 and LE 23 are not very good teams...LE has 5 really good kids, actually borderline studs, not one of whom they developed.

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I am not surprised by BBL having zero 23. They are pretty loyal to their players. They don’t do the LE and try and replace the bottom 8 players. I believe with growth that is why they are going to try this national thing. Otherwise the non black team players will see there is no real chance to make the black team.
Based on this post BBL will never have 4 Star players when they get into high school?

It depends on how many LE can poach after their freshman year in high school so LE can say they put kids at D1 schools, facts!

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I am not surprised by BBL having zero 23. They are pretty loyal to their players. They don’t do the LE and try and replace the bottom 8 players. I believe with growth that is why they are going to try this national thing. Otherwise the non black team players will see there is no real chance to make the black team.
Based on this post BBL will never have 4 Star players when they get into high school?

It depends on how many LE can poach after their freshman year in high school so LE can say they put kids at D1 schools, facts!
So you are saying that any good BBL should leave from LE if they want to play D1?

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Anonymous #350224 09/20/21 11:01 AM
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I am not surprised by BBL having zero 23. They are pretty loyal to their players. They don’t do the LE and try and replace the bottom 8 players. I believe with growth that is why they are going to try this national thing. Otherwise the non black team players will see there is no real chance to make the black team.
Based on this post BBL will never have 4 Star players when they get into high school?

It depends on how many LE can poach after their freshman year in high school so LE can say they put kids at D1 schools, facts!
So you are saying that any good BBL should leave from LE if they want to play D1?

Not at all you do not need LE for that anymore. They can stay and still go D1, just like kids at all Blue Star, Riot, Patriot, Tri State and all the others do. They all have kids that have went D1 over the years to the same schools.

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There is a good player some years on BBL North Helix and I am sure same for south. BBL is hoping national team helps keep them with BBL. because of BBL loyalty to all teams and obviously black these players leave in 8th or 9th grade and the nort and helix teams go from high 70 to 100 ranking to 200 plus.

These players go to steps, prime time, LE if good enough, Blue star, riot or tri state.

BBL trying to change black only viable team in high school.

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Anonymous #350264 09/20/21 03:19 PM
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There is a good player some years on BBL North Helix and I am sure same for south. BBL is hoping national team helps keep them with BBL. because of BBL loyalty to all teams and obviously black these players leave in 8th or 9th grade and the nort and helix teams go from high 70 to 100 ranking to 200 plus.

These players go to steps, prime time, LE if good enough, Blue star, riot or tri state.

BBL trying to change black only viable team in high school.
Riot on the rise..

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