Conference Preview

Posted On: 03/23/21 12:52 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 fourth set of standouts from the event.

Preston Ezewiro, 2025 - The South Bay forward reminds us a little bit of his brother, Bradley Ezewiro at the same age. Preston has an intriguing 6-foot-3 frame which he uses to clear out space in the painted area for offensive and defensive boards, leading to quick transition opportunities and second chance points on the offensive glass. Ezewiro hit a handful of perimeter shots on the event and we’re intrigued to see how his game develops over the next couple of years.

Tariq Bridges, 2026 - This high energy guard brought an aggressive attacking mentality to the camp. Bridges, a well-built 6-foot-2 guard, impacted both ends of the floor with his rebounding ability and ball skills which allowed him to push the break and get into the paint where he finished well around the basket.

Amarion Orange, 2025

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