With the highly-respected Pangos All-American Camp sidelined for the 2020 calendar year, event operator Dinos Trigonis altered the format of the event, instead opting to form a regional-style four-team tournament event featuring some of the top players from the West,…
With the highly-respected Pangos All-American Camp sidelined for the 2020 calendar year, event operator Dinos Trigonis altered the format of the event, instead opting to form a regional-style four-team tournament event featuring some of the top players from the West, Midwest, South and East.
Below we will take a closer look at the South players who took part in the event and breakdown their performances and overall game.
, Leothatchee (AL) – Davison might be the most explosive leaper in all of high school basketball and his explosiveness isn’t solely relegated to wide open transition dunks as the highly-regarded point guard can explode in traffic and finish above the rim. Davison has that dynamic playmaking ability, vision and speed that you look for in a successful guard at the next levels and should excel next season at Alabama.
, Heritage Hall (OK) – The best way to describe Alexander’s game is simply, “smooth.” The 6-foot-5 wing isn’t overly quick or explosive speed-wise, but he possesses great footwork and the ability to create space on the perimeter to get room to pull his fluid jumper. Alexander, who is committed to Auburn, is a great shot blocker for his position and has a throwback feel in the sense that the game comes easy to him.
, Westlake (TX) – Adams is a true scoring wing prospect whose long, wiry 6-foot-7 frame, combined with his ball skills and jump shooting ability, make him a matchup nightmare at the high school level. The Kansas-commit can play on or off the ball, has the creativity and ball handling ability to break defenders down in isolation and either hit a pull-up jumper or get to the basket for a paint touch bucket.
, Houston (TN) – The 6-foot-9 son of longtime NBA player Mike Miller continues to make a name for himself due to his three-point shooting ability. Miller, who recently committed to Creighton, has deep and consistent range from deep off the catch and has shown some improvements to his ability to create space for himself off the bounce. Miller understands how to use screens and move without the basketball to find space for an open look.