Posted On: 11/25/20 1:23 PM

With the highly-respected Pangos All-American Camp sidelined for the 2020 calendar year, event operator Dinos Trigonis altered the format of the event, instead opting to form a regional-style four-team tournament event featuring some of the top players from the West, Midwest, South and East.

Below we will take a closer look at the midwest players who took part in the event and breakdown their performances and overall game.

Ahamad BynumAhamadBynum6'2" | SGSimeon | 2021State#94NationIL, Simeon (IL) - Bynum brought the prototypical Chicago-style of hoops to the this event in the sense that he plays with confidence, toughness, physicality and isn’t afraid to attack anyone on the offensive end. Bynum, who is committed to DePaul, scores in bunches from all three levels of the floor with efficiency. The 6-foot-3 combo guard can hit the catch-and-shoot and step-back three point shots, but is also great in transition where he uses his strength and downhill speed to get to the rim and finish.

Kobe BufkinKobeBufkin6'4" | SGGrand Rapids Christian | 2021State#71NationMI, Grand Rapids Christian (MI) - The smooth and crafty lefty has a really nice overall feel for the game. Bufkin is great in both transition and half-court settings as his court vision and willingness to advance the ball

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