Posted On: 07/11/21 7:16 PM

If you love pickup basketball with elite players, then the Pangos Premier 80 was your cup of tea. 

The unofficial kickoff of the first July evaluation period lived up to the billing, as the top stars from both California and beyond displayed their game in two games in the dazzling Mira Costa HS gym. 

Which players delivered top performances? I give you my Top 10.

Isaiah Elohim, 6-5 2024 G, Heritage Christian

What can I say about Elohim that hasn’t already been said by dozens of other evaluates. A physically imposing combo guard who score in a variety of ways (scored from every level). He deftly changes speed and pace to get into the paint at will and has the upper body strength to finish through contact. A very good midrange scorer (pull-up jumpers, a nice floater package). He also does an excellent job setting up teammates out of the pick and roll and off of his drives. The top player on hand and it wasn’t close. 

Aidan Shaw, 6-9 2022 PF, Blue Valley (KS)

Elite prospects often times take plays off in settings like this, but not Shaw, who has a tremendous motor. He defends every position and really

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