Posted On: 03/11/21 2:47 PM

The first weekend in March gave us the best glimpse of the upcoming crop of talent in California. The Pangos Jr. All-American Camp was live streamed from St. George, Utah, and featured many of the top upcoming high school prospects from around the country. Below is the first set of standouts from the event.

Gavin Hightower, 2025 - Hightower was one of the better all-around guards in the event. The 6-foot-1 eighth grader overwhelmed defenders with his combination of size, skill, quickness and crafty finishing ability around the basket. There was little defenses could do to contain Hightower in transition. He got into the painted area at-will and finished in a variety of ways, including floaters and layups through and around contact. Hightower has an advanced feel for and approach to the game.

Chris Richardson, Jr., 2026 - For what Richardson lacked in size at 5-feet-5 he made up for in competitive energy and toughness. The Long Beach native made his presence felt on the defensive end of the floor despite a camp setting like this often rewarding those who focus in on offense. Richardson showed great defensive fundamentals, quick hands and feet, and

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