Posted On: 10/7/20 7:22 PM

DUNCANVILLE, TX – The 15th annual Pangos All-South Frosh/Soph Camp, via impresario Dino Trigonis, wrapped up Sunday afternoon in the Duncanville Fieldhouse in this Dallas suburb.

  Two hundred and nineteen players, including a quality group of eighth graders mixed in with the freshmen and sophomores, took part while being spread across 24 camp squads.

   Following the concluding game, the Top 30 Cream of the Crop, Trigonis (with input from myself and fellow long-time McDonald’s All-American voter Van Coleman, as well as Ronnie Flores of Ballislife), tabbed three sophomores to share the camp’s “Most Outstanding Player” honors.

  By impressions of each of them, with the players listed in alphabetical sequence:

  *Brandon GarrisonBrandonGarrison6'8" | FDel City | 2023OK (6-foot-9/Del City, OK): Garrison impressed in the first minutes I watched him in action Saturday afternoon with the “Texas” squad and was even more assertive and during his ensuing two camp games and then into the Top 30 contest

  He impacted play as a rebounder and shot blocker, as well as inside-the-lane “finisher” and, as he gained more confidence, as a mid-range jump shooter

  *Robert “RJ” Jones Jr. (6-3/Aubrey, TX, Braswell): Jones, a Top 30 pick at the event a year

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