Francisco’s Finest: Pangos AA Camp (Part 6)


Posted On: 06/13/18 8:36 PM

Francisco’s Finest: Pangos AA Camp (Part 6)

NORWALK, CA— The 2018 Pangos All American Camp held at Cerritos College was a terrific way to jumpstart the summer evaluating season. In all the years of attending this event this may have been the most talented group—in terms of “bigs” and wing-types. 

From Charles Bassey to Isaiah Mobley there was a plethora of gifted seniors to be—however, it was the underclassmen that stole show led by 2020s Evan Mobley, Cade Cunningham, and Anthony Edwards. In our last segment, we looked at the Biggest Surprises.

Biggest Surprises

Drew Timme (Richardson, TX/Pearce)

2019, PF, 6-foot-9, 225 pounds

Joel’s Take: From the get-go, Timme was full speed ahead. I decided to put him in this category over Best Motor because I had not heard of him. Well, I know him now. A straight winner who possesses face-up skills inside-and-out. An instinctual scorer who can slash his way to the rim or drop in the jump shot. 

Chanse Robinson (Grambling, LA/Lincoln Prep)

2020, PG, 6-foot, 155 pounds

Robinson’s talent was evident at the Pangos AA Camp

Joel’s Take: This cat-quick point guard got into the lane at will and finished with efficiency and flair. He has a slick handle as well as a tremendous burst off the dribble. In transition he blew by multiple defenders and either advanced the ball to open shooters or get a bucket. High Major point guard prospect right here. 

Justin Champagnie (Brooklyn,NY/Bishop Loughlin)

2020, WF, 6-foot-6, 190 pounds

Joel’s Take: Justin is the more skilled of the twins due to his ability to knock in shots at a more consistent rate. In transition he is tough to deal with as he has the bounce, quickness, and length to finish over the “bigs.” His motor is terrific as he sprints the floor each and every possession. 

Julian Champagnie (Brooklyn, NY/Bishop Loughlin)

2020, WF, 6-foot-6, 190 pounds

Joel’s Take: Like his brother Justin, Julian is equally as effective as a transition scorer. He can catapult over defenders on the break and has nice dose of moxie and poise. These twins just play the game in a no nonsense manner and just let the results take care of itself. 

Samuel Williamson (Rockwall, TX/Rockwell)

2019, WF, 6-foot-6, 180 pounds

Joel’s Take: Williamson is a sneaky glue-type who affected the game in multiple ways. He needs to get stronger, but he can score, pass, and generally makes the right basketball play. He slithered his way to the rim on a number of occasions showing excellent body control. In addition, he knocked in jump shots and snapped some nifty passes to open teammates.