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Posted On: 10/25/18 6:00 AM
Over the weekend PrepHoops took in the Pangos All-Midwest Frosh/Soph Camp. The event featured many of the top prospects in the Midwest in the freshman and sophomore classes. Here we breakdown the players in attendance! This is our National 2021 Evaluations Part 2!
C Sekou Kalle (Aspire Academy, KY)
Aspire has had some quality posts over the last few years and the Kentucky prep school has another in line with Kalle. The 6’10” five man is a beast rounder. Enforcer on the interior with the way he boxes out, boards, and plays defense. Shot blocker against both guards and bigs.
SF Sterling Chapman (Campus, KS)
Chapman had a nice weekend. Wing scorer who hit an array of jumpers from mid-range and three. Made several contested ones including one he banked in. Coast to coast drive in transition.
C Chase Courbat (Cedar Falls, IA)
This Iowa product was outstanding in the Top 30 Game. Standing at 6’9” the sophomore has positional size already for a college five man. He had excellent touch around the hoop on hook shots. Even displayed some face up game with a jumper from three. Works well in the high/low game as both a finisher and passer. Plus area rebounder that got several buckets on offensive rebounds.
C Dylan Johnson (Western Dubuque, IA)
This 6’6” Iowa native is a big man that knows how to work in the post. Was very efficient with his touches in the paint and back to the basket.
PG Trey Shearer (Montezuma, IA)
Guard at 5’11” with a good feel for the game both as a scorer and distributor. Capable shooter when given space and can handle it against pressure.
PF Caleb Schlaak (Kennedy, IA)
This 6’6” four man is thin with long arms. Excellent area rebounder and can stretch the floor with his shooting. Decent mobility. Feel scoring in the paint including with a right handed hook shot.
SG Jadin Johnson (Lincoln, IA)
Johnson is a two guard that slashes well. Big time athlete that loves to make plays in the open floor as a finisher. High motor player. Good defender. Top 10 prospect in the state of Iowa. Like the upside here!
SF Michael Duax (Hempstead, IA)
The Iowa native stands at 6’5” with sneaky athleticism as he threw home a big dunk in the Top 30 Game. Skilled wing with size. Feeds the post well as a passer. Potential to be a complete wing on the offensive end as time progresses.
F Jack Pronger (MICDS, MO)
This prospect’s dad Chris is a probable hall of famer in another sport as he is one of the best St. Louis Blues players in recent years. His son prefers the hardwood to the ice. Has his dad’s size at 6’6” with broad shoulders and long arms. Frame he should be able to continue to add strength moving forward. The sophomore has combo forward skills being able to handle it some and connect from beyond the arc. Can also rebound well and flashes moves on the block.
G Isaac Haney (Dora, MO)
Haney stood out on both days and continued his momentum through the Top 60 Game. Tough and gritty 6’0” combo guard that did the little things to stand out. Took charges, dived after loose balls, and overall was just everywhere! Made quite a few tough conversions on crafty layups as well as having a nice floater game. Capable shooter for sure from three.
PF Sekou Gassama (Desmet, MO)
This big man from St. Louis will be one of the best posts in the St. Louis area over the next few years. Big and physical power forward that plays with a lot of strength inside. High level rebounder that snatches them with two hands in traffic. That is what he does best at this stage. Also a nice post defender. Has some mobility too on the defensive end as he did about as good of job as he could do to make things difficult for Baldwin when he took him outside. Offensively has some skill potential on the block showing solid footwork. One of top prospects at event.
G Anton Brookshire (Kickapoo, MO)
This combo guard from Springfield, Missouri did a nice job scoring the basketball. Sound jump shot out to three including banking one in to end the half of the top 30 game. Also did a nice job using his athleticism to score in the paint. Would like to see his passing improve.
SG Brock Wakefield (South Iron R-1, MO)
Plus three point shooter. Drilled quite a few shots from beyond the arc. Did it off the catch, moving without the ball, and on step backs.