Posted On: 10/9/19 12:55 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 is the second in a series of articles that give shine to these freshmen and sophomores set to take high school by storm.

Solomon Washington

Solomon Washington out athletes everyone as his skills develop. Able to dribble, pass, and shoot on limited attempts. He’s competitive when locking into his matchup and commuting his time on defense to limiting their production. His motor allows him to stay on full tilt until the final buzzer sounds. Washington’s size and athleticism allowed him to compete with the camp’s 4 and 5-star attendees. 

Zane Hicke

The first time I watched Hicke it was as the starting 4 on Marcus Flower Mound but at Pangos I saw a glimpse of Hicke on the wing. He has obvious guard skills starting the break and directing traffic frequently. His size is served much better on the perimeter where his nearly 6-6 frame allows him to guard 1-3. He’s a strong passer shown by his ability to feed the post. Hicke is showing incredible versatility early

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