Posted On: 02/24/21 5:04 PM

Pangos event operator Dinos Trigonis held his annual Best of the West Showcase event over the weekend at Nets on Fire in St. George, Utah. While we were unable to physically be in attendance, the BallerTV live stream allowed us to get a closer look at the strong amount of California-based prospects who attended the event. Below are some of the players who stood out.

Kristopher Krause, 2022, Bihop Montgomery - Krause showed that he has the ability to do a lot of different things on the basketball court. The 6-foot-3 shooting guard can stroke the three-point shot off the catch, off the bounce, and when stepping into his shot off of a high ball screen. But what makes Krause an intriguing prospect - like most of his other Bishop Montgomery counterparts - is that he does the small but high basketball IQ things on both ends of the floor to help his team win, whether it's an offensive rebound put-back, extra pass to a teammate or finding a way to come up with a defensive stop.

Ty Virgil, 2024, Southern California Academy - Virgil is a super crafty and super confident lefty guard who has shown he can score

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