Posted On: 11/25/20 2:13 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.

Aidan ShawAidanShaw6'7" | SFBlue Valley | 2022State#50NationKS, Blue Valley (KS) - Shaw showed that he continues to evolve as a wing player by displaying improved confidence and consistency as a three-point shooter and improving his ball skills to the point where he can create for himself off the bounce. The 6-foot-7 junior forward made a name for himself as a high flying, high motor forward who attacked the basket with reckless abandon, and while he continues to do that at a high level, he’s an intriguing 3/4 prospect at the next level.

Pierre BrooksPierreBrooks6'5" | SGDetroit Douglass | 2021State#76NationMI, Douglas (MI) - The strong, physical wing is a difficult cover in transition as his combination of strength, speed and vertical athleticism allows him to bully his way through defenders and to the rim for power finishes. The Michigan

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