Quinton Webb, San Ysidro

Posted On: 09/14/20 3:34 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 third set of 2022 standouts from the event.

RJ SmithRJSmith6'4" | SFDamien | 2022State#135Nation, Prodigy Elite: Smith has continued to improve parts of his game in each season as a high school prospect. The 6-foot-4 wing is a tremendous offensive and defensive rebounder for his size and position and is capable of guarding multiple spots. Offensively, Smith has come  long way over the last two seasons. He went from a second chance opportunity scorer to a guy who can knock down an open catch and shoot look, pull up off of one or two dribbles and knock down a jumper, or slash his way to the paint for a transition finish.

Joel Speckman II, Billups Elite: In today’s game it’s rare to see a traditional big man take center stage in a game, but this 6-foot-8 forward/center showed plenty of skill on the block. Speckman has great hands in

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