Posted On: 09/17/21 2:16 PM

LONG BEACH, Calif. — Saturday’s Pangos Best of SoCal Showcase featured eight games with some of the top SoCal prospects across various graduating classes participating. In this series we’ll take a look at the top performers in each of the class games and in this piece we’ll break down the current sophomores who participated.

Seven Bahati, 2024, Los Altos - The elite athleticism of Bahati was on display and difficult to stop. The 6-foot-5 wing has impressive speed and explosiveness in transition when slashing to the rim for paint finishes and also uses those traits on the defensive end as an on-ball defender and defensive rebounder. Bahati still has some work to do with his perimeter jumper both off the catch and off the bounce to reach his full potential.

Eric Freeny, 2024, Corona Centennial - Freeny impressed in the "Top 40" game with his solid all-around game and basketball IQ. The 6-foot-4 wing has the ball skills and passing IQ to play on the ball, but his size and ability to move without the ball to find open space in the defense allows him to be just as effective playing off the ball. Freeny is an intriguing addition to

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