Posted On: 09/30/20 8:30 PM

The Pangos All-West Frosh/Soph Camp was held last weekend in St. George, Utah and featured many of the west coast’s top prospects from the classes of 2023, 2024 and 2025.

While I wasn’t able to be live in attendance at the Nets on Fire facility, I was able to catch the action via a live stream on BallerTV. Below are the first set of standout players from the Cream of the Crop Top 60 game.

Parker Strauss, 2023, Edison (CA) - Strauss had another good weekend in Utah, displaying his poised feel for the point guard position and ability to properly manage scoring and distributing opportunities for his team. The 6-foot-2 sophomore has an advanced basketball IQ and allows the game to come to him instead of forcing offensive actions.

Trent Perry, 2024, Harvard-Westlake (CA) - Perry’s game can be described in two words: "basketball player." The 6-foot-2 freshman earned co-MVP honors of the Top 60 game because he was such an active player on both ends of the floor. His defensive energy created turnovers and transition scoring opportunities, while his ability to play without the ball, cut into open spots, and finish with either hand around the basket helped

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