Posted On: 01/11/21 5:00 PM

With limited time on-court time for high school prospects around the country, Pangos operator Dinos Trigonis’ Diamond in the Rough Unsigned Showcase served as a great option for class of 2021 prospects to be seen by scouts and college coaches. In this piece, we break down the performances of the SoCal-based players who attended the event in Arizona.

Aziz O. Muhammad, Pasadena - High motor wing with a knack for finding the ball on the offensive and defensive glass. Earned his team a number of second chance opportunities by crashing the boards and out-working the opponent. Versatile defender who guarded well both inside and out. Made his impact offensively when running the floor and finishing around the basket.

Amun Collins, Rancho Christian - Long, lanky wing prospect who has a smooth and consistent catch-and-shoot three-point shot. Possesses deep and consistent range from multiple spots behind-the-arc. The 6-foot-3 off-guard moves well without the ball and has the ball handling ability to create for himself and others in isolation.

Omarion Shackelford, Morningside - Rangy left-hander who has some shiftiness and playmaking in his arsenal. The 6-foot-4 wing filled the lane really nicely in transition and used his long strides and length to

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