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Posted On: 11/25/20 3:59 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 South players who took part in the event and breakdown their performances and overall game.

JD Davison JD Davison 6'3" | PG Calhoun | 2021 State #10 Nation AL , Leothatchee (AL) - Davison might be the most explosive leaper in all of high school basketball and his explosiveness isn’t solely relegated to wide open transition dunks as the highly-regarded point guard can explode in traffic and finish above the rim. Davison has that dynamic playmaking ability, vision and speed that you look for in a successful guard at the next levels and should excel next season at Alabama.

Trey Alexander Trey Alexander 6'4" | SG Oklahoma City Heritage | 2021 State #55 Nation OK , Heritage Hall (OK) - The best way to describe Alexander’s game is simply, "smooth." The 6-foot-5 wing isn’t overly quick or explosive speed-wise, but he possesses great footwork and the ability to create space on the perimeter to get room to pull his fluid jumper. Alexander, who is committed to Auburn, is a great shot

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