Posted On: 11/20/20 1:38 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 players based on the west coast who took part in the event and breakdown their performances.

Nolan HickmanNolanHickman6'2" | PGEastside Catholic | 2021#29NationUT, Wasatch Academy (UT) - Hickman continues to develop into the "total package" point guard as a guy who not only sees the game a few steps ahead of the defense and makes high IQ decisions and passes, but has also improved his offensive package by adding a consistent three-point shot off the catch and off the bounce. The Kentucky-signee is a dynamic playmaker in the open floor who defends his position at a high level.

Zaon CollinsZaonCollins6'0" | PGBishop Gorman | 2021State#37NationNV, Bishop Gorman (NV) - Collins remains one of the top true point guards on the west coast due to his high level court vision, passing IQ and instincts on the defensive end of the floor. The 6-foot UNLV-bound senior has run the show for a high level high school

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