Posted On: 09/30/19 5:41 AM

Pangos All West Frosh/Soph Camp had several big men that stood out:

Kijani Wright (Windward, 2022)
Kijani Wright is a man among boys. The 6'8" bigman has added more muscle to his frame and is a physical specimen. Wright consistently bullied defenders inside all weekend long. He utilizes his strength, size, and athleticism to get any basket he wants inside. Wright also displayed signs of improved footwork, utilizing his off hand at times and also had a couple nice spin moves to the rim. He also occasionally hit 15-20 foot jumpers and looks to be improving his stroke from outside. On defense he was a force both at shutting down his man and also playing weakside. Wright altered many shots at the rim and was an inside force. Kijani was named a co-MVP of the showcase and stood out amongst the bunch.

Jalen Lewis (Bishop O'Dowd, 2023)
The 6'8" big man from the Bay Area impressed everyone at Pangos. On offense, Lewis is an all around player who can do a bit of everything. He has

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