Posted On: 12/31/20 11:26 AM

Making the extra pass, playing unselfish and getting teammates involved is what some players are known for. They make the smart play a lot of the time, and they know when and how to dish it out to get baskets. While some of the top assist players from last season are gone to graduation, there are returning players who thrive off making assists. Let’s take a look at the top facilitators returning for the 2021 season.

Caitlyn DeckerCaitlynDecker5'6" | PGRed Bank Regional | 2021StateNJ, Red Bank Regional: Decker was one of the top assists players in the state last year, averaging 6.7 a game, which was fourth-best in the state last year. She finished with 173 assists in 26 games of action. Decker, who was also a top player on the team in steals, points and free throws, had four double-digit assist performances – 10 each against Toms River East and Matawan – and 11 apiece against Absegami and Lacey.

Eniya ScottEniyaScott5'6" | PGBayonne | 2022StateNJ, Bayonne: Scott was a major distributor for Bayonne in addition to her great efforts on the offensive and defensive ends. She set the tone for the season with 12 assists against North Bergen in the season opener. Scott also dished

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