Posted On: 09/14/20 5:37 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.

Jaylin StewartJaylinStewart6'6" | SFGarfield | 2023#71NationWA, 2023, Seattle Rotary: The 6-foot-5 freshman guard has all the upside you look for in a young prospect. His strong frame, versatile and developed skill-set, to go along with his strong basketball bloodlines have earned him plenty of interest at the Division I level despite heading into just his sophomore year. The Garfield High product has a smooth perimeter shooting stroke, good ball skills when breaking down defenders on the perimeter and looks to have a good understanding of the game.

Jacob Cofie, 2024, Seattle Rotary: Cofie is another intriguing long-term prospect to watch in the Pacific Northwest. The athletic and rangy 6-foot-6 freshman has great early instincts as a defender and defensive rebounder. Offensively, Cofie is mobile, coordinated and has a good understanding of how to run a pick-and-roll set.

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