Posted On: 09/11/20 4:30 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 second set of 2022 standouts from the event.

Shyheim ParmShyheimParm6'1" | CGCajon | 2022State, Prodigy Elite: Parm is going to be a guy who rises in our next rankings update and he had his full offensive arsenal on display at this event. The 6-foot-1 combo guard is an explosive athlete with good speed in the open court and the physicality to absorb and finish through contact. Parm isn’t just a bully-ball guy, though, as he showed the ability to knock down catch-and-shoot three-pointers and mid-range jumpers off the bounce.

Jordan Pope, Team Arsenal: Pope is a smooth and crafty ball handler who makes high IQ decisions in both transition and half-court settings. The junior point guard rarely gets sped up when pressured, limits turnovers, and has really nice command for the position. Offensively, Pope is a consistent three-point shooter in step-back situations where he creates space from

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