Posted On: 10/8/19 1:28 PM

Dinos Trigonis brought his lauded Pangos Freshman/Sophomore camp down to Dallas on October 5-6. A long with some of the region's best players those with lesser hype attended as well. This article will be the first of a series of articles that give shine to these freshmen and sophomores set to take high school by storm.

Justin McBride

McBride is a prospect to watch as he enters his freshman year. Listed at 6-5 but looks closer to 6-7 with extremely long arms and legs. Still a bit uncoordinated but that doesn’t stop him from showing a guard like handle and court vision. He managed to get 3 to 5 assists in a camp setting. Mostly used off the ball but with it, he gives a new shade to your offense as a matchup nightmare too big for wings and too agile for bigs.

George Washington

Standing roughly 6 feet has a vertical leap to catch anyone off guard. In fact, He did a few times pillaging rebounds from unsuspecting players waiting for the board. He’s still growing as a ball handler but handles pressure well. Against one of the better defenders at the camp, he managed to stave him off and

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