Posted On: 09/27/20 12:24 AM

The Pangos All-West fresh/soph camp kicked off this weekend. Hosted by recruiting legend Dinos Trigonis, it featured some of the top young talents on the West Coast. in this article, PH takes a look at some of the day 1 standouts. 

Quentin Meza 6’0 PG Cyprus 2023 (UT) (#30PHU 2023) - I’m a fan of the Cueball. Just has a winners feel for the game. Meza has the ability to stop on a dime and drill a transition 3 or freeze a defender in the lane before getting a shot on the glass over an outstretched defender. Perhaps he doesn’t pass the eye test, but he is an absolute dog that plays at a high level whenever he takes the court. 

Justin DanielsJustinDaniels6'4" | SGMater Dei | 2023 6’4 SG Mater Dei (CA) (2023 - Wing player with terrific run and jump athleticism. Daniels was explosive and showed the ability to impact the game when playing downhill in transition. 

AJ Johnson 6’3 CG Taft (CA) 2023 - Johnson made it look easy. His long strides gobble up real estate on the basketball court and he has an advanced layup package. Johnson was effective playing both the 1 and the 2 as he showed

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