Posted On: 09/29/20 11:45 PM

With high school basketball pushed back in many states, various grassroots event have been taking place across the country. One of the biggest of these events, the Pangos All West Camp took place the weekend of Sept. 19 in Utah.

Some of the top high school players in the country took part in the event, including many from Southern California.

Here’s a look at some more of the local SoCal players who took part in the event.

1. Mister Burnside – Paraclete 2024

Burnside is an incoming freshman, and a talented one at that. He has solid footwork offensively. He can draw contact in the lane and get himself to the free-throw line. He’s got an explosive first step and takes the ball strong to the basket. He can shoot from distance and he can shoot with defenders in his face. Strong frame for a guard.

2. Christian Griffin – Bishop Amat 2022

Griffin is a strong slasher. He can get past his defender and get to the rim. He can finish with a runner or he can get all the way to the rim for a layup. Makes the right decision in transition, keep his head up while dribbling

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