Posted On: 10/9/19 12:42 PM

Francisco’s Finest: Pangos All-West F/S Camp (Most Explosive)

Dinos Trigonis has had his finger tips on the pulse of Grassroots basketball for quite sometime and his best accomplishment, in my humble opinion, is the creation of these all region frosh/soph camps that take place in California, Texas, Illinois, and New Jersey. The camps are chock full of elite prospects and this was the exact case in California as super sophs Kijani Wright and Aidan Shaw took home MVP honors—and rightfully so. 

Devontes Cobbs (Mayfair)

2022, SG, 6-foot-3, 165 pounds

Joel’s Take: Aruguably the most explosive guard-type in camp was Cobbs. His burst, speed, and bounce are uncanny. He pushes the ball on the break with reckless abandon and doesn’t need an elevator to get to the 2nd floor. However, his jump shot is streaky at best and his half court skills need refining, especially his decision making—which can get a bit erratic. 

Quinton Webb (Loma Linda)

2022, PF/WF, 6-foot-5, 185 pounds

Joel’s Take: Whereas Cobbs was the most explosive guard-type, Webb put his stamp on this title as far as “bigs” go. He has that prototypical wing-type frame, but at this

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