The 2024 and 2025 class is filled with talent and is ready to make names for themselves on the recruiting radar. The Pango’s All-East Frosh/Soph Camp provided prospects with an opportunity to make a name for themselves and they did…
The 2024 and 2025 class is filled with talent and is ready to make names for themselves on the recruiting radar. The Pango’s All-East Frosh/Soph Camp provided prospects with an opportunity to make a name for themselves and they did not disappoint. Here are some of the top Pango’s All-East Frosh/Soph Camp Standouts.
Isaiah Abraham, 6’6 SF/PF Highland 2024
Abraham was selected as the camp MVP after a dominant performance on the weekend. The 6’6 forward was dunking everything over the course of two days as he was producing highlight reel jams. Abraham ran the floor hard and swatted numerous shots. He showed off a nice touch on his jumper and was tough to keep off the glass. Abraham’s combination of athleticism, talent and motor is something that makes him an intriguing prospect to watch in the 2024 class.
Luke Bamgboye, 6’10 PF Our Lady of Mt. Caramel 2024
Bamgboye had a huge weekend at Pango’s, capping it off with the Cream of the Crop All-Star game MVP. The London native got the game goign with a bang as he threw down a thunderous dunk that shook the basket. Bamgboye ran the floor hard throughout the weekend and had a couple dunks in transition where he brought the ball up the floor. He swatted almost everything around the basket and ripped down rebounds on both ends of the floor. Bamgboye is just starting to scratch the surface of his potential and his development is one to track over the next couple of years.
Elliot Cadeau, 6’2 PG Bergen Catholic 2024
Cadeau only showed up for Sunday’s slate of games, but that did not stop him from making a name for himself. The 6’2 lead guard showed off his tight handle as he was able to get into the lane consistenty throughout the day. Cadeau was able to create separation off the bounce and knock down jumpers from distance. He made good passes throughout the day and made plays on the defensive end. Cadeau is a talented floor general who is a guard to watch in the Northeast in the 2024 class.
Ian Jackson, 6’6 SG/SF Cardinal Hayes 2024
Jackson had a strong showing on the weekend as he was one of the top wings at the camp. The 6’6 wing attacked the basket with a purpose, finishing with several high-flying dunks. Jackson did more than just slash as he knocked down multiple jumpers from distance. He hustled to prevent easy layups in transition and beat his defender off the bounce with regularity. Jackson is an athletic wing prospect who should continue to be one of the top players in the 2024 class.
Tahaad Pettiford, 6’0 PG Hudson Catholic 2024
Pettiford was dynamic throughout the weekend as he routinely made big-time plays. The 6’0 lefty was decisive going to the basket as he finished with several nice dunks. Pettiford has a lightning quick release on his jumper and wastes little motion in his form. He made several slick passes in the half court and competed hard on the defensive end. Pettiford is a big-time point guard who should carry over this strong play from the weekend into the winter season.
Other Prospects to Know:
Emmanuel Okitondo, 6’7 SF/PF Archbishop Carroll 2024
Delamortay Jones, 6’3 PG Bishop O’Connell 2024
Jason Schofield, 6’7 PF Avon Old Farms 2024
Qing Fang Pang, 6’9 PF St. Benedict’s 2024
Jack Nieradko, 6’9 PF Kingswood Oxford School 2024