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Posted On: 06/9/21 3:58 PM

The Pangos All-American Camp took place June 6th – 8th at the Tarkanian Academy in Las Vegas, NV. Hosted by recruiting legend Dinos Trigonis, the camp featured over 80 of the top prospects in the country. Several players used the camp as a platform to raise their profile. In this article, we take a look at some of the top stockrisers from the event. 

Alex Karaban Alex Karaban 6'8" | SF IMG | 2022 State #121 Nation 6’7 SF New Hampton, NH 2022 - Karaban just kept growing on me throughout the Camp. He didn’t wow with any physical tools, however, he just kept, producing while showing off his shooting. He then started displaying playmaking ability, as well as some sneaky athleticism. By the camps end the New Hampshire prospect was simply too good to ignore. 

Jevin Sullivan 6’5 SF Alleman, IA 2022 (#10PHIA 2022) - I said this a few weeks ago, and he validated it for me at this camp. Sullivan is like a great offensive lineman that consistently grades high. He doesn’t leap off the page at you, however, whenever he’s called upon he does his job. If left open, he makes the jumper, if there’s a 50/50 ball he wins it, and when his team

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