Posted On: 10/9/19 10:29 PM

Duncanville TX.– There were a lot of good players in attendance at the Pangos All Frosh/Soph camp. Here are some of my takeaways below from this past weekends event:

The Mystery Prospect? Davonye Jefferson 

There were a lot of usual suspects in the building at the Duncanville Fieldhouse for the Pangos All Frosh/Soph Camp, but there was one prospect in particular that was unknown before the event began who caught everyone’s attention who was in attendance. Davonye Jefferson of Richardson Berkner High School was unbelievable in transition and used his explosive bounce to wow the crowd with some impressive dunks which included a 360 one hand slam. Don’t be surprised to see Jefferson’s name in our updated rankings after what he did this past weekend against some of the top players in the south.

Tre White is Back with a Vengeance.

The Kansas commit Tre White has came back to Texas after spending half a year in Wisconsin. The small forward was throwing dimes left and right to his teammates and also using his tight handles and strong frame to get to his spots on the floor for scoring opportunities. White proved this weekend why he is one of the best players in the country for his class.

They’re only 8th graders!

This camp was loaded with some of the best  2022 and 2023 prospects in the south region and also the country. There were also a couple of 2024 prospects that more than held their own against their older peers. Deontrell Barrett, Marlon Linton, Doryan Onwuchekwa and Jaxson Ford are all Texas natives that have advanced games for their ages. It’s too early to do state rankings for the class of 2024 but all four prospects looked like they’re top 10 players in the class for the state of Texas.