Posted On: 10/4/18 11:12 PM

A Scout’s Take: Pangos All-West F/S Camp (Best Wing-types)

WESTMINSTER, Ca.—Dinos Trigonis’ Pangos Frosh/Soph Camp is the ultimate stop on the Fall recruiting trail. The camp tour will also make stops in Texas, Illinois, and New Jersey. It’s a great way to get a glance of the future of high school basketball and the West Coast did not disappoint—as there were a plethora of point guard types that stole the show.

Grant Tull (Gridley)

2021, WF, 6-foot-5, 185 pounds

Tull is a versatile player on both ends of the floor.

Joel’s Take: When I think of Hull, “basketball player” comes immediately to mind. The game comes easy to him due to his skill and savvy. The smooth shooting lefty has an effortless stroke, makes plays in the paint, and he’s an astute passer. 

Orlando Greenlow (Santa Monica, CA)

2023, WF, 6-foot-5, 175 pounds

Joel’s Take: I would be shocked if there was a more “beastly” middle schooler as talented as Greenlow. The chiseled wing-type has a relentless motor at both ends of the floor. Defensively, he slides his feet, has great length, and active hands. He finishes through contact and is a tireless worker in the paint. His jump shot needs polishing, as does his mid-range game, but overall he is a talent. 

Marsalis Roberson (Bishop O’Dowd)

2021, WF, 6-foot-4, 175 pounds

Joel’s Take: When it came to playing assertive at both ends Roberson had few peers. The slick lefty slithered his way to ther rim for some nifty finishes, attacked the glass with a vengeance, and has nose for the ball on the defensive end. His jump shot needs polishing, but overall his energy at both ends is impressive. 

Luke Turner (Rancho Christian)

2021, WF, 6-foot-5, 175 pounds

Rancho Christian shooting guard Luke Turner is one of the best shooters in the Class of 2021.

Joel’s Take: Turner wasn’t as dynamic as he was at the Ron Massey FHC, but he did show glimpses of the up-and-coming talent he is becoming. The rangy wing has a feathery touch to the stripe, is becoming more aggressive as a finisher, and he snagged some rebounds. His ball skills need to improve in the half court set, but overall his progress has been solid. 

Anthony Swift (Desert Pines/NV)

2021, WF, 6-foot-5, 170 pounds

Joel’s Take: One of the more productive players in camp was the fast-rising Swift. The willowy wing knocked in 3s and hammered home dunks in transition. His improved ball skills were on display as well and his motor ran hot at both ends. 

Randy Ovalle (San Gabriel Academy)

2022, WF, 6-foot-7, 200 pounds

Joel’s Take: Ovalle is just oozing with potential. He has that prototypical length, is a good athlete, and possesses budding skills. He affects the game in the areas of rebounding, passing, and scoring. He can hit the jump shot in transition, slash his way to the rim, or whip a pass to an open teammate.