Posted On: 09/1/20 1:31 PM

The Pangos Rocky Mountain Summit in St. George, Utah brought together several national level players, as well as prospects for all different levels. I was able to catch a few games and parts of others where I saw prospects rise their stock immensely. This is not a definitive list, just in the games I saw.

Stock Risers:

2021 6’3 PG Leo DeBruhlLeoDeBruhl6'2" | PGSeattle Academy | 2021StateWA (Seattle Rotary 17u) - Easily one of the top stock risers from Washington based on his performance at the Rocky Mountain Summit event. Overtime, Ball is Life and other media outlets regularly published some of DeBruhl’s great vision and passing to the likes of Paolo BancheroPaoloBanchero6'10" | PFO'Dea | 2021State#3NationWA and Kaden PerryKadenPerry6'9" | CBattle Ground | 2021State#86NationWA. The 6’3 point guard is stronger, making better decisions than last Summer and playing a solid all around game. He showed that he can easily fit in with some upper tier players and should be seeing his recruitment really heating up heading into his senior year. 

2021 6’10 C Kaden PerryKadenPerry6'9" | CBattle Ground | 2021State#86NationWA (Seattle Rotary 17u) - Explosive is a strong word to describe an athlete, but it is almost an understatement with Perry. He has a rare mixture of quick

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