Pangos Jr. A-A Camp: 30 Standouts

Pape Nomar Cisse, Devin Askew, Malik Thomas and Obinna Anyanwu (L-R) were four of the top standouts at the 2017 Pangos Jr. All-American Camp. Cisse was the overall camp MOP while Askew, Thomas and Anyanwu were named Best of the Best All-Star Game MVPs. Anyanwu scored 21 points for the winning Navy club and Askew added 14 points, while Thomas scored a game-high 23 points for the White club. Photo: Nick Koza

Pape Nomar Cisse, Devin Askew, Malik Thomas and Obinna Anyanwu (L-R) were four of the top standouts at the 2017 Pangos Jr. All-American Camp. Cisse was the overall camp MOP while Askew, Thomas and Anyanwu were named Best of the Best All-Star Game MVPs. Anyanwu scored 21 points for the winning Navy club and Askew added 14 points, while Thomas scored a game-high 23 points for the White club. Photo: Nick Koza

We evaluated all the sessions of the 2017 Pangos Junior All-American Camp in Southern California and broke down our notes and evaluations to select 30 standout players in attendance.

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The following standouts (listed alphabetically) were selected based on evaluations from all the sessions, not just the event’s All-Star Games. The selections are based on performance at the camp only, not on performance combined with previous honors, previous Pangos event performances, or various national or state player rankings. We also took into account a player’s class and did not evaluate the sixth graders and below against the eighth graders. Generally, the strongest performers in the camp were eighth graders, but we did want to honor some of the younger players who excelled against their peers. We decided not to publish player rankings because of the wide range of participants (fifth to eighth grade) and because we generally don’t endorse rankings of players so young. We did pick our top 15 performers and they are listed in parenthesis ( ).

No.PlayerClassHTPOSHometown
131Obinna Anyanwu (6)20216'6FSan Diego
88Devin Askew (3)20216'2GAnaheim
55Devon Barnes (13)20215'8GFt. Irwin, CA
137Christian Bento (14)20216'10CTemecula, CA
119John Christofilis (2)20216'2GSeattle, WA
125Klayton Copeland (15)20216'0GMakakoff, TX
133Pape Nomar Cisse (1)20216'8FAnaheim
59D.J. Delacey20235'11FPembroke Pines, FL
134Justin Ebor20216'7FCalabasas
41Dondrae Fair Jr.20225'9WPortland, OR
135Trumann Gettings (10)20216'7FCalabasas
75Keon Henderson (8)20215'11GDetroit, MI
20Niko Jones20225'5GFresno
126Jalen Lewis20236'0FOakland
121Michael Mitchell (11)20215'11WSan Jose, CA
8Samaje Morgan20225'5GEugene, OR
77Luke Murphy20215'10GBeford, CT
136Derrick Nettles Jr.20216'5FMoreno Valley
47Latrell Neville (12)20216'4WMissouri City, TX
89Thomas Notarainni (9)20215'7GDetroit, MI
51Jaden Phillips20215'11GAntioch, CA
43Myles Phillips (5)20215'10GSeattle, WA
139Jack Pugh (7)20216'5FSan Diego
122Kyle Schilling20216'0WMorgan Hill, CA
76Ben Shtolzberg20225'7GPorter Ranch, CA
0Dimitrios Stragalinos20216'3FFairfield, CA
130Luke Turner20216'5WTemecula, CA
85Malik Thomas (4)20216'3GAlta Loma, CA
62Jason Wiltz20216'1GCorona, CA
61Jaden Winfield20216'1GSt. Louis, MO

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