Posted On: 07/12/21 1:06 AM

The stars were out at Mira Costa HS this past Thursday at the Pangos Premier 80. But there were plenty of players who are under the radar to your casual basketball fan who also put together standout performances. 

Here are some names. 

Jaden Henley, 6-5 2022 G, Colony (CA)

Henley was one of the more intriguing long-term prospects on hand. He has great size and length at the point guard position at 6-5, and makes plays out of the pick-and-roll for himself and others. He’s got some potent shot making and creating ability to boot. And, despite his baby legs, he’s got some burst and sneaky bounce. 

Latwan Brown, 6-5 2022 W, R.O.N. Institute (CA)

A bouncy, scrappy wing who plays hard at all times, Brown was a walking steal on defense, and did a good job converting defense to offense. He’s streaky from three, but he got going and made a few in a row in Game 2. Additionally, he is a very bouncy athlete who can finish above the rim through contact. 

Sam Ibeh, 6-6 2021 W, Hawthorne (CA)

Ibeh is an intriguing late signee candidate who has a nice combination of size, athleticism and shooting ability on

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