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Posted On: 06/1/18 3:17 PM
NORWALK, Ca. – The 16th annual Pangos All-American Camp tips Friday night at Cerritos College, with approximately 100 of the best high school players in the country expected to be in attendance.
And, naturally, with the community college located in the heart of Southern California, many of the region’s elite college prospects will be on display at the event that runs through early Sunday afternoon with Top 50 and Top 25 all-star games.
Admission is free but there is a $2 parking fee.
Among the SoCal-based players expected in attendance are the Mobley Brothers – Isaiah (PICTURED; he’s committed to USC), from the Class of 2019, and his 2020 sibling Evan.
All expected to be among those on hand are two forwards who recently committed to UCLA, Jaime Jaquez Jr. (Camarillo) and Jake Kyman (Santa Margarita).
First games (with the Cerritos gymnasium split into three courts) are scheduled to begin at Friday night at 8:30, with another session of three games set to follow at 9:30.
Saturday sessions for games are 3 and 4 in the afternoon, and 6:45 and 7:45 in the evening.
Sunday morning games are held at 9:30 and 10:30, with the all-star games beginning at 12:45 in the afternoon.
Other Southern California high school players expected to attend include:
Max Agbonkpolo (6-8/Santa Margarita)
Braelee Albert (6-6/L.A. Brentwood Academy)
Ethan Anderson (6-1/L.A. Fairfax)
Josh Christopher (6-4/Lakewood Mayfair)
Jaylen Clark (6-4/Corona Centennial)
Boogie Ellis (6-3/San Diego Mission Bay)
Julien Franklin (6-5/Villa Park)
Mason Hooks (6-10/Harvard-Westlake)
Gianni Hunt (6-2/Torrance Bishop Montgomery)
Carl Lewis (6-9/Lynwood)
Drake London (6-5/Moorpark)
Jarod Lucas (6-3/Hacienda Heights Los Altos)
Robert McRae (6-4/L.A. Fairfax)
Jaden Shackelford (6-3/Hesperia)
Cassius Stanley (6-5/Chatsworth Sierra Canyon)
Ziaire Williams (6-8/Sherman Oaks Notre Dame)