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Posted On: 06/30/19 9:16 PM

Cal State San Marcos hosted its second and final team camp of the summer, bringing together a solid group of teams from San Diego and surrounding counties.

The event gave Cougars head coach B.J. Foster a chance to evaluate potential recruits for the D2 program. We list some of the camp standouts here,

CSU San Marcos Team Camp - Top players

AJ Burgin, 6-3 2021 G, San Diego

Burgin was dominant for long stretches of the camp, scoring from three levels. Known for a long-range shooting, Burgin has blossomed into a diverse offensive threat, scoring in the post against smaller guards and finishing assertive drives through contact. 

James Hapgood, 6-2 2022 G, La Jolla Country Day

Hapgood, a rangy combo guard, has become the leader of the new-look Torreys, capably doubling as a scorer and primary playmaker. Hapgood gets to the basket and finishes with either hand, and has an improved mid-range attack to boot. But I was most impressed with his leadership and intangibles. 

Cameron Rentie, 6-2 2020 G, Murrieta Mesa

Rentie doubles as a very capable scorer and defensive stopper, as he displayed throughout the weekend. He always guards the other team's top player, regardless of position, and

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