The 6-foot-5 Lundy averaged 21.4 points and 10 rebounds last season for an 18-9 Paulsboro team that figures to be a serious contender in South Jersey Group 1.

Among the top inside players in South Jersey, Lundy is being looked at as a small forward at the next level. Not surprisingly, the junior said he has heard from several colleges already.

While he is expected to be an inside force, Lundy can hurt opponents in a variety of ways.

"I really worked on my outside game during the offseason," Lundy said.

How high is his ceiling?

"I feel Xavier is as good as anybody around," Paulsboro coach Sean Collins said.

Lundy is expected to be a leader of a team that could have a few freshmen making an impact. He knows what that is like after starting as a freshman himself.

"I think we have a really talented freshman class, and with so many young players, I feel I have to be a leader on this team," Lundy said.

It's a team that he thinks could play deep into March.

"I am confident this year," he said. "Our goal is to win the [state] championship."