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PANGOS ALL-AMERICAN CAMP RECAP
By: Jeff Meadows
Pangos All American Camp “Eye-Catchers”
By Chad Groth
Long Beach, CA – The 9th Annual Pangos All American Camp has been known in the past for being one of the top camps in the country did not disappoint. “This year’s campwas aspecial one, just like all of the others” said Camp Director Dinos Trigonis “We literally had just about every top prospect in the country at this year’s camp from coast to coast”. The Pangos All-American Camp is a “First Class Event” from the hospitality to the talent. The hospitality that was provided to the media was second to none compared to any event that I’ve attended. At this time, I would like to give a special thanks to Trigonis and the Pangos All American staff for their hospitality and I would also like to congratulate Dinos Trigonis on years of hard work at making this the best camp in the country that is “INVITATION ONLY”.
120 players participated, The Top 3 players of the camp were Shabazz Muhammad (Bishop Gorman, Las Vegas, NV), Andre Drummond (St. Thomas More, Oakdale, CT) and Isaiah Austin (Grace Prep, Arlington, TX) all dominated and will be playing at the next level sooner than later, need no mention. I evaluated the talent over the three day event; let’s look at this year’s Pangos All-American Camp “Eye-Catchers” in height order.
Jahmel Taylor, 5-10 2013 Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth, CA)
Quick combo-guard with the ball and has shooting range.
Noah Robotham, 5-10 2014 Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV)
Up tempo PG with passing ability in transition, solid D1 prospect who can see the floor.
Taelin Webb, 5-10 2014 JW North (Riverside, CA)
Can leader on the floor and has potential to be very good.
Max Guercy, 5-10 2012 Alemany (Mission Hills, CA)
Good man to man defender with decent footwork.
Dominic Artis, 6-0 2012 Salesian (Richmond, CA)
Mid to high D1 PG, has heart and makes big plays.
Chase Brogna, 6-0 2012 St Thomas (Houston, TX)
Displayed good shooting range and can defend, low to mid D1 prospect.
Ikenna Iroegbu, 6-1 2013 Oak Hill (Mouth of Wilson, VA)
Great ball handler that is a natural PG, team leader and can make plays. Elite high major D1 recruit.
Austin Mills, 6-1 2012 Beverly Hills (Beverly Hills, CA)
“Mr. 90201” performed well during the camp, has good ball handling skills and can hit the pull-up.
Jamal Lewis, 6-1 2012 Sidwell Friends (Washington DC)
Very crafty with the ball and showed quickness.
Tyler Lewis, 6-1 2012 Forsyth Country Day (Lewisville, NC)
The NC State commit surprised a few.
Marcus Paige, 6-1 2012 Linn Mar (Marion, IA)
The UNC, yes the lefty PG North Carolina commit has potential. Watch for yourself.
Nigel Goss-Williams, 6-3 2013 Findlay (Las Vegas, NV)
One of a kind PG, with natural leadership skills and has a good feel for the game. High D1 recruit.
Gabe York, 6-3 2012 Orange Lutheran (Orange, CA)
The elite high major D1 skilled guard did everything on both ends of the floor.
Tyler Dorsey, 6-4 2015 Ribet (Los Angeles, CA)
Young wing prospect is one to watch in the next few years.
Dakari Allen, 6-4 2013 Sheldon (Sacramento, CA)
The best defender of the camp, active on both ends and finds a way to score, high D1 talent.
Jaron Hopkins, 6-4 2013 Basha (Chandler, AZ)
Showed his athletic ability with a few dunks in transition.
Michael Bryson, 6-4 2012 Foothill (Sacramento, CA)
Beasty on the boards and can get in position well to rebound.
Rashad Muhammad, 6-4 2013 Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV)
Turned up the game with his offensive energy, can shot the mid range jumper.
DeMarquise Johnson,6-5 2012 Westwind (Phoenix, AZ)
The top 2012 prospect in Arizona did it all on offense, hard to defend and can shoot the long ball.
Jordan Tebbutt, 6-5 2012 Horizon Christian (Portland, OR)
High flying guard that can play above the rim, solid mid D1 talent.
Eddie Alcantara, 6-5 2012 Hales (Chicago, IL)
The Mac Irvin Fire guard was exciting to watch every game, brings it on offense, high D1 recruit.
Jabari Byrd, 6-5 2013 Salesian (Richmond, CA)
The high flying Byrd can score off the dribble and has high major athleticism.
Stanley Johnson, 6-5 2014 Mater Dei (Santa Ana, CA)
One of the most exciting players to watch can defend and shoots the jumper consistent.
Archie Goodwin, 6-5 2012 Sylvan Hills (Little Rock, AR)
Did everything at will on offense and is an elite D1 player, got injured in the top 20 game.
Alex Caruso, 6-6 2012 A & M (College Station, TX)
Big time passer with good size for a PG, highly athletic and is an elite high major D1 prospect.
Nick Stover, 6-6 2012 Windward (Los Angeles, CA)
Pure athlete that can score, plays with energy and can defend, one college will get a sleeper.
Aaron Gordon, 6-7 2013 Mitty (San Jose, CA)
Could be the best in his class, can finish in transition and has a good feel for the game.
Vince Hunter, 6-7 2013 Consortium (Detroit, MI)
Has bounce and attacks the basket.
Stephen Domingo, 6-7 2013 St. Ignatius Prep (San Francisco, CA)
Had a big coming out party in the Top 50 game, has long ball shooting range, high D1 recruit.
Jordan Bell, 6-7 2013 Poly (Long Beach, CA)
The young wing played all around the floor, can handle well and will be a top 100 prospect.
Chris Reyes, 6-7 2012 Damien (Laverne, CA)
Not a finished product, plays better each time I watch him, runs the floor and makes plays.
Tevin Glass, 6-8 2012 Meadow creek (Norcross, GA)
Can finish in traffic, handle the ball and lets the game come to him. High D1 recruit.
Roscoe Allen, 6-9 2012 Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV)
Elite high major D1 recruit, finished in transition and has bounce, great shot blocker and makes plays.
Ben Carter, 6-9 2012 Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV)
Hit big shots and handles the ball, defends well man to man, another elite high major D1 recruit at Gorman.
Zena Edsowoman, 6-8 2012 Harvard-Westlake (N. Hollywood, CA)
Explosive wing that has great upside and gets off the floor quickly.
Arik Armstead, 6-8 2012 Pleasant Grove (Sacramento, CA)
All around post player that rebounds well and takes up space, USC commit in football and basketball.
Anthony Bennett, 6-8 2012 Findlay (Las Vegas, NV)
Upside talented athlete, best rebounder on both ends and is an elite high major D1 recruit.
Demetrius Morant, 6-8 2012 Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV)
Wiry shot blocker and is long in length, high major talent athletically, still raw in talent.
Maurice Kirby, 6-9 2013 Basha (Chandler, AZ)
The Arizona State commit is raw and passes well, still work to do on his game and runs the floor well.
Grant Jarrett, 6-9 2012 La Verne Lutheran (La Verne, CA)
The U of Arizona commit runs the floor and has a solid face up game.
Matt Willms, 6-10 2012 Consortium (Detroit, MI)
Has decent hands and solid footwork, rebounds well and can score in the post.
Cameron Ridley, 6-10 2012 Bush (Fort Bend, TX)
Solid rebounder, fair passer with face up shooting ability, Texas commit has upside.
Chad Rykhoek, 6-10 2012 Grace Prep (Arlington, TX)
Good size and tough on the low block.
Mading Thok, 6-11 2012 Sioux City East (Sioux City, IA)
Showed his face up game and blocks shots, good hustler on defense and demands the ball, high major.
Robert Upshaw, 7-0 2012 San Joaquin (Fresno, CA)
Moved well for his size and has a decent jump hook, can face up and drive, likes to handle.
Adam Woodbury, 7-1 2012 Sioux City East (Sioux City, IA)
Runs the floor, over plays at times and committed a few extra fouls. High major recruit.
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