Wilmington, Delaware is the last stop on the Pangos All-Soph/Frosh camp and with it some of the best talent on the upper eastern coastline. Wings and big guards dominated the camp, some players even bringing their name to national attention. This article starts a series of articles detailing 30+ campers from the most recent line up of future stars.
Khali Horton | 2023 | Top 30
A skilled big wing prospect with 6-8 size. Horton operates well on the wing, using his long strides to get to the rim in just two bounces where he’d finished with a big dunk to punctuate the move.
James Johns, Jr. | 2023 | Top 30
Johns Jr. is one of the most talented scorers out of 240 players in attendance. We’re looking at a 6-6 wing that can score on all levels. His tight handle allows him to create shots and open passing lanes for a willing passer. The mid-range pull up and step back threes solidify his ability to make shots in space. His scoring is enhanced by his ability to initiate offenses. One of the two Spire Academy student to make the top 30 game.
Jakai Sanders | 2024 | Top 30
Sanders is a quick guard that can create offense. He can hit the above the break three and carve through transition defenses for clean looks at the rim. Able to perform dribble moves at full speed, a plus for one of the fastest ball handlers in attendance.
Chase Murray | 2023 | Top 30
Murray and his intriguing frame landed him in the top 30 game. We’re looking at a long lean athlete with the strength needed to be a potent post defender.
Dwayne Pierce | 2024 | Top 30
Pierce, the Freshman out of Queens, NY has the makings of a tough two-way player. He knows how to use his size on both ends of the court.
Nigel James Jr. | 2025
As one of just five 2025s in attendance, Nigel James Jr. was a playmaker beyond his years. He’s a quick guard that navigates pick and rolls and gets to the free throw line at a good rate against older competition.
Tyler Mason | Top 60
Mason impressed with his inside-outside game as a 6-9 forward. He can handle the ball well for a player his size. To display his range, Mason added in a stepback and catch and shoot three. Uses simple post moves to take advantage of shorter defenders.
Ian Jackson | 2023 | Top 30
Jackson is a big wing in the 2023 class with plenty of bounce to spare. The 6-6 freshman uses dribble moves to attack the rim.
Elliot Cadeau | 2024 | Top 30
Cadeau will enter his freshman year as an adept playmaker with varsity size measuring in at 6-2. The lead guard shows body control when finishing at the rim. After making three shots from deep in the top 30 game and more throughout the weekend he’ll be a valuable off-ball floor spacer. Cadeau also shows good defensive instincts in passing lanes, adding 2 steals to his top 30 stat line.