Posted On: 03/16/21 2:30 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 second of standouts from the event.

Kellen Hampton, 2025 - Hampton was a dominant interior presence throughout the event. At 6-feet-5 with a strong frame, good length and high motor, Hampton scored inside with ease and soft touch off the glass. The eighth grade prospect based out of Oakland is a fluid and coordinated athlete who showed good instincts as a rim protector and a willingness to rebound in and out of his area.

Pierre Malone, 2025 - The Fullerton-based guard was one of the better pure shooters at the event. At 5-feet-8, Malone displayed a smooth shooting stroke and deep range off the catch. His shot-readiness and understanding of floor spacing makes him an ideal target in drive-and-kick situations. Malone has a balanced shooting form and great follow through.

Jason Crowe, Jr., 2026 - It’s rare that a seventh grader jumps off

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