Posted On: 09/28/20 3:51 PM

The Pangos All-West Camp tipped off a couple weekends back in St. George, Utah and featured some of the top talent on the west coast and some sleeper prospects whose performances at the event raised their stock.

While I was not able to be physically in attendance at the Nets on Fire facility, I caught most of the action via the BallerTV livestream and will go through a long list of top performers, sleepers and stock raisers from the camp. Below is my first set of standouts from the Top 75 Cream of the Crop game.

Ty Virgil, 2024, Franklin (CA) - I really liked Virgil’s scoring feel for such a young prospect. He showed the ability to truly score from all three levels of the floor and can do so in both transition and half-court settings. Virgil is a crafty ball handler whose shiftiness and ability to change speed and direction make him a tough cover.

Quentin MezaQuentinMeza5'11" | PGCyprus | 2023StateUT, 2023, Cyprus (UT) - Meza jumped off the screen simply because of how aggressive he was offensively and how confident he was scoring in the half-court setting. The 6-foot sophomore guard showed a really nice first step which he

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