Pangos All-American: Recap
Sunday concluded the 10th annual Pangos All-American Camp. The day began with hard-fought battles spread throughout several courts. This was the final chance for majority of the players to prove their wealth in front of a bevy of national scouts. For others, they would earn one more shot at declaring themselves worthy of camp supremacy, competing in the prestigious Cream of the Crop All-Star games.
In the Top 60 game, Jaquan Newton stood out with his ability to penetrate the defense and score in traffic. The 2014 guard from Neumann-Goretti (Philadelphia, PA) finished with 14 points in the contest. Canadian-native and Montrose Christian (Rockville, Maryland) sophomore guard, Kevin Zabo, was able to score 14 points as well in a victory.
The Top 30 game featured talent from across the nation. Teammates Stanley Johnson of Mater Dei (Santa Ana, CA), Harvard commit, Zena Edosomwan and future Kansas Jayhawk, Conner Frankamp were named Co-MVP’s. Johnson poured in 18 points on 8/10 shooting from the floor while Edosomwan dominated the paint en route a 15-point performance and Frankamp distributed the ball beautifully throughout the contest.
Cliff Alexander of Currie (Chicago, IL) was named the camp’s Most Outstanding Prospect. The 6’9 2014 prospect is the first underclassmen to earn the award in Pango’s history.
Enjoy the Top 10 plays of the weekend as well as some highlights from 2013 standout Wayne Selden (Tilton School)