Pangos All-American Camp: Top Scoring Guards


Posted On: 06/5/18 2:39 PM

Norwalk, Ca. — The Pangos All-American Camp is consistently one of the premier showcase events in the country, drawing high level players from all over the United States.

Pangos founder and camp organizer Dinos Trigonis put together a solid, invitation-only roster with a balanced positional mix of point guards, shooting guards, wings, forwards and centers for the three day event at Cerritos College.

Other than one of the parking ticket machines mysteriously breaking, the camp went off without a hitch and here’s a quick breakdown of the top scoring guards on the weekend.

Brandon Boston, Norcross (GA)

Boston was one of the more talented all-around scorers on the weekend. The 6-foot-5 rising junior averaged 14 points per game over the course of three days and showcased an impressive finishing package around the basket. Boston used his crafty ball handling to get into the paint at-will and scored on those drives with either a floater or layup off the glass with english.

Cade Cunningham, Bowie (TX)

Cunningham, a 6-foot-5 prospect from the class of 2020, was not only one of the top scorers at Pangos with 15 points per game, but he established himself as one of the tope basketball players in attendance. Cunningham has his hands in every aspect of the game – he scores from all there levels of the floor, rebounds well on both ends, is a willing and capable passer, doesn’t force the issue offensively, and brings a no nonsense approach to the game.

Atlanta-product Anthony Edwards had the gym buzzing all weekend with his performance at the Pangos All-American Camp.

Anthony Edwards, Holy Spirit Prep (GA)

Edwards provided the highlight of the weekend with his nasty dunk on Saturday, but his impressive camp performance didn’t stop there. The 6-foot-4 rising junior has an assassin mentality with the ball in his hands and doesn’t fear any defender. Edwards finished tied for first in scoring average (17.3 points per game) and displayed a versatile scoring package. He thrived when taking defenders to the cup and finishing with power, but also showed some perimeter shooting ability.

Tyson Etienne, Long Island Lutheran (NY)

Etienne was the player tied atop the scoring leaders with Edwards at 17.3 points per game, but he did a lot of his damage from beyond-the-arc. The well-built 6-foot-1 senior-to-be connected on 12 of his 29 3-point attempts on the weekend, finishing tied for second in three’s made with Tre Mann. Etienne shot 53.8 percent from the field overall.

Chris Harris, South Garland (TX)

Harris was one of the more physical guards in the building. The 6-foot-3, 195-pound Texas A&M-commit bullied his way into the paint where he finished through smaller, less physical defenders in the paint. Harris finished in the top 20 in scoring with 12 points per game.

Jarod Lucas, Los Altos (CA)

Lucas is well-known in Southern California as a big time jump shooter and anyone at Pangos who wasn’t aware of that fact left knowing it. The 6-foot-2 rising senior led the camp in 3-pointers made with 14 and did so at a 46.7 percent clip from deep. Lucas had the second highest scoring game of the event, scoring 25 points Sunday morning, including seven 3-pointers.

Charles Smith IV, McEachern (GA)

Smith is a smooth operator with the ball in his hands. The 6-foot-5 senior-to-be was one of the more efficient scorers on the weekend, hitting on 7 of his 11 attempts from deep, but also showed some explosiveness in the paint. Smith, a Cal Berkeley-commit, covers a lot of ground with his long strides and uses his strong frame to absorb and finish through contact.