Posted On: 09/11/20 2:34 PM

The Pangos Rocky Mountain Summit was held at the end of August in St. George, Utah and featured some of the west coast’s best players and programs. While I was not personally in attendance for this event, I watched most of the contests via the BallerTV streaming service. Below are my first set of 2022 standouts from the event.

Christian Griffin, Prodigy Elite: I didn’t know a whole lot about Griffin coming into this event, but the Bishop Amat junior made quite the impression off the bench for Prodigy. The 6-foot combo guard plays with a smooth feel and high IQ for the game. His passing in the half-court is what stood out most in the game I watched against West Coast Select as Griffin was always making the extra pass to the open shooter or getting in the paint off the bounce and finding a teammate.

Bryce Griggs, Border Boyz: Griggs’ stay with the Border Boyz and at San Ysidro high school was a short one as he will return to Texas to hoop next season, but he’s a heck of a prospect nonetheless. The 6-foot-3 guard has great scoring feel, a quick first step

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