Posted On: 03/16/21 3:04 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 third set of standouts from the event.

Julian Gibbs, 2025 - The 6-foot, Northern California-based guard showed flashes of upside with his game. Gibbs is a fluid shooter with smooth athleticism and stood out for his ability to let the game come to him. Gibbs has an intriguing frame with long, wiry arms and high hips, but it’s his ability to impact the game in a variety of ways - scoring, defense, rebounding and passing - that makes us think he has a bright future.

Justice Griffith, 2026 - The Corona-based guard displayed a high basketball IQ, great poise at the point guard position, and a competitive edge on the defensive end of the floor that separated him from other class of 2026 guards. The crafty 5-foot-10 seventh grader had the ball on a screen, eyes up in transition and showed good finishing ability around the basket

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