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What are the most recent trends in the Top 50? Is North or South Jersey having more talent? Who is the Next 30?

What are the most recent trends in the Top 50? Is North or South Jersey having more talent? Who is the Next 30?

The, a list of New Jersey's top football recruits regardless of grade, has been concluded. There are a slew of trends on this list. How many recruits are from North Jersey versus South? What colleges have done versus private? What colleges have the most commitments of players on the list?

Jacob Allen (74) (Photo courtesy of Todd Smith)

Hun (Princeton, New Jersey) four-star offensive tackle and All-American, who signed last month, has a lead in the list, with three (a mix of committed and signed) teams, while Syracuse, Purdue, Pitt, and Nebraska each have two.

The Top 50 is composed of 31 seniors, 15 juniors, three sophomores, and one freshman (Hun LB Kamar Archie).

The list includes 12 defensive backs, 11 offensive linemen, and ten defensive linemen, including five wide receivers, five quarterbacks, three tight ends, two running backs, one linebacker and just one athlete.

Tyone Malone, the no. 1 Bergen Catholic Crusader star, congratulated Jayden Bellamy (23) during the NJSIAA Non-Public A Football Final between No. 1 Bergen Catholic and Don Bosco Prep on Saturday, November 27, 2021. Scott Faytok | For NJ Advance Media

A list of no fullbacks or specialists has been made.

The majority of players are from North Jersey (30), while South Jersey and Central Jersey (10).

Sixteen players on the list play at one of the Big Six schools, which includes St. Peter's Prep, Bergen Catholic, St. Joseph (Mont.), Don Bosco, DePaul, and Paramus Catholic.

Jayden Bonsu, a prep safety for St. Peter's, has taken down Bergen Catholic's Ryan Butler, a runner he hasn't met in the Non-Public A high school football semifinal in Oradell on Saturday. Bergen Catholic defeated the Marauders 35-10

The St. Peter's Prep has more players on the list than any other school with seven. Hun has six, while Bergen Catholic has four, the most of any public school. Five teams have two, including Blair, DePaul, Red Bank Catholic, and public schools East Orange and Pennsauken.

Thirty-two people on the list are private schools, while 18 are non-public balls.

On Sunday, November 14, 2021, Jimmy Mullen (42) of St. Joseph (Mont) and Chase Bisontis (71) of Don Bosco Prep enter the NJSIAA Non-Public A football quarterfinals between St. Joseph (Mont) and Don Bosco Prep.

Watch list for top 50 watchers

Robert Long (6-0, 200) QB, St. Peter's Prep (Maryland); JaSire Peterson (6-4,280) OL, Union City; Zyil Powell (6-2, 180) DB, Paramus Catholic; Damarion Potts (6-1, 180) WR, Don Bosco; Gensley Auguste (6-6, 285) DB, Cranford; Jabriel Mace (5-1, 180) QB, Sparta; Logan Howland (6-7, 265)

On Sunday, November 14, 2021, Jayden Brown (32) of Don Bosco Prep spies St. Joseph (Mont) quarterback Luke Henrich (5).

Nyreek Clyburn (6-5, 215) DE, Eastside (Paterson, N.J.); Owen Wafle (6-3, 235) Edge, The Hun; Kenny Jones (6-5, 300) OL, Delran; Jayden Brown (6-2, 215) LB, Don Bosco; Jordan Thomas (6-6, 275) OL, Toms River North; Malachi Bethea (6-6, 320) OL, Union City; Jaheem Reddick (6-1

Steve Angeli of Bergen Catholic (1) was sacked by Jordan Thomas of Don Bosco Prep on Friday, September 24, 2021.John Jones | For NJ Advance Media

Ja'eylne Matthews (6-6, 300) OL, Toms River North; Loetzir Brooks (5-9, 170) ATH, Millville; Omari Gaines (6-0, 170) DB, Pope John Paul II

Lotzeir Brooks (17) of Millville catches a pass behind Trey Simmons (3) of Winslow and would run it in for a touchdown in the NJSIAA South, Group 4 football final between Millville and Winslow on Sunday, December 5, 2021. Scott Faytok | For NJ Advance Media


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