Pangos All-American Camp: Day Two

The top performers from the second day at Pangos

by Ray Anczelowicz June 3, 2012 10:18am ET
2014 center Cliff Alexander is considering schools throughout the midwest, including DePaul, Indiana and Michigan State.

With one full day already in the books, day two of the 10th annual Pangos All-American Camp picked up right where the first one left off.

Day two began with a skills session instructed by 1 Percent Club’s Jeremy Russotti. The workout focused on improving the players’ ability to get past his defender by using an array of moves. The goal was for each player in the camp to come away with several new moves in their offensive arsenal.

Following a stellar day of games, several players stood out above the rest:

Class of 2014’s premier big man, Cliff Alexander dominated the post throughout the day. The 6’9’’ Chicago native used his frame to seal off defenders and finish above the rim. Alexander’s great motor allowed for easy buckets on the fast break.

Zach LaVine, a 2013 prospect and Bothell, Wash. product, played well on Friday and continued his great play on Saturday. The 6’3’’ wing proved to be one of the most athletic players in camp, soaring above the rim for acrobatic slams.

Penn State commit Brandon Austin displayed his versatility on the offensive end on Saturday. The 6’6’’ Imhotep Charter junior ran the guard position with ease, shaking defenders with a slick crossover and finishing in the lane in traffic.

Sunday is the grand finale of the Pangos All-American Camp and scheduled events inlcude the Top 50 and Top 25 games. Stay with for continuing coverage from Long Beach, Calif.

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