Posted On: 10/27/20 2:57 PM

Wilmington, Delaware is the last stop on the Pangos All-Soph/Frosh camp and with it some of the best talents 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.

Jack Nieradko

Nieradko uses his 6-9 frame to deter players from easy looks at the rim. He’s mobile for his size and strong enough to handle the camp’s best players in the post.

James Lerner

Lerner looks like one of those players who makes others better. He’s an adept passer with either hand making him an interesting live ball passer. He spots an open teammate and before you know it the ball's in their hand.

Justin Noelizaire

Noelizaire has the size to bounce between either guard spot. The 6-4 sophomore can hit the three and uses his length to finish around the rim.

Anthony Finkley

Finkley has moves on the right block and can handle in the open court. He's a face up 4 who excels at passing out of post and finishes through contact. The sophomore

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