Posted On: 10/9/20 7:29 PM

  The Pangos All-West Frosh/Soph Camp, held for the first time outside of California (Sept. 26&27), attracted approximately 240 freshman and sophomores – and a spattering of eighth graders – from the western states.

   Because of what was perceived to be the relative “balance” among the players – without any truly “dominant” players over the camp games and all-star clashes – there were no “Most Outstanding Players” selected.

  That wasn’t the cased the following week in Duncanville, TX, for the All-South version of the camp when Robert Jones Jr., Brandon Garrison and Christopher Lockett II shared the honor.

   So, to establish some consistency, I’ll offer my choices for three guys who can have also shared the honor following the conclusion of the Sept. 26&27 All-West Camp in St. George, Utah’s Net’s on Fire facility.

   I’d opt for a couple of sophomores, 6-foot-5 Courtney Anderson (who was at Richmond Salesian as a freshman but has since enrolled at a Bay Area school in Northern California, Dublin) and 6-1 Jordan RossJordanRoss6'0" | PGPleasant Grove | 2023State#85NationUT (Pleasant Grove in Utah), and a freshman, 7-1 Khaman Maker (Desert Valley Prep in Las Vegas).

   Anderson, along with another standout at the camp

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