Posted On: 09/29/20 10:22 PM

High School basketball has been postponed until March at the earliest in California, and multiple players have continued to take part in various grassroots events in other parts of the country.

One of those events, the Pangos All West Frosh/Soph Camp was held this weekend in Utah. The camp featured some of the top talent in the classes of 2023 and 2024 on the West Coast.

Here’s a look at some of the local Southern California players who participated in the camp.

1. Keoni Kama – St Bernard 2023

Kama is a very solid ball-handler. He looks very comfortable with the ball in his hands, especially on the break. He has good court vision and he can find open teammates. If left open, he can knock down shots from three-point range. Steps into his shot well. Tries hard on the defensive end and applies strong ball pressure.

2. Brady DunlapBradyDunlap6'6" | SFHarvard-Westlake | 2023#81Nation – Harvard Westlake 2023

Dunlap is a very versatile scorer. He was at Hart last season as a freshman, but will be at Harvard Westlake for his sophomore year. He’s one of those players who just has that ‘it’ factor when it comes to getting a bucket. He’s

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