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Posted On: 10/15/20 3:49 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 is my fourth set of standouts from the Top 30 Cream of the Crop game.

Chiang Ring, 2024, Minneapolis South (MN): Ring’s all-around athleticism to go along with his long and wiry 6-foot-8 frame made him one of the more impactful prospects in this event. The freshman uses all of those naturally gifted tools to show his defensive prowess as a shot blocker, rim protector and defensive rebounder. Offensively, Ring still has some work to do - as is the case for all young players - but he has a great set of hands, is quick off the floor when finishing around the basket and showed touch out to the three-point line.

Todd Jones, 2024, Isidore Newman (LA): Jones has an advanced scoring feel off the wing and really makes his mark as a transition finisher. The 6-foot-7 freshman has nice ball skills,

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