Posted On: 10/14/20 2:29 PM

The tour of Pangos underclass camps made its way to Texas a couple weekends back and drew some of the southwest and south’s top talent to Duncanville Fieldhouse.

While our Texas-based writers were able to catch the action live, I had to settle for watching camp and all-star games via the Baller TV livestream replays and below are my first set of standouts from the Top 30 Cream of the Crop game.

K. Annor Boateng, 2024, Little Rock Central (AR): Boateng showed a nice all-around feel at the wing position, both offensively and defensively. The rangy 6-foot-5 freshman displayed great instincts when shooting passing lanes for steals to jump start transition opportunities. Boateng made some high IQ decisions on the break when deciding to keep for himself or dish to a teammate for a high percentage bucket. Offensively, Boateng can do a little bit of everything from hit the open perimeter shot to taking his defender off the bounce and to the rim for a finish.

Kenyon Lewis, Jr., 2023, Chapin (TX): Lewis is an intriguing long-term wing prospect because of is versatility on both ends of the floor. The 6-foot-4 sophomore showed great interior footwork and touch on his

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