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Pangos All-East Frosh/Soph Top 50 Rankings

Posh Alexander, Elijah Hutchins-Everett, Marcus Dockery and Dyondre Dominguez (L to R) pose at the 2017 Pangos All-East Fr/Soph Camp. The explosive Alexander and sweet-shooting Dockery were named camp co-MOPs. Hutchins-Everett and Dominguez were were Cream of the Crop Top 30 MVPs. Photo: Leslie Strauss

We took in all the sessions of the 2017 Pangos All-East Frosh/Soph Camp at RiverWinds Center (West Deptford, N.J.) last weekend and broke down our notes and evaluations to rank the top fifty players in attendance.

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The following rankings are based on evaluations of approximately 200 campers from all the sessions, not just the two Cream of the Crop All-Star Games. The following rankings are based on performance at the camp only, not on performance combined with previous honors, national or state player rankings. They are also ranked with actual performance in mind, not a player’s potential as a college prospect. Some players did not participate in every session of the camp and in some instances that altered the rankings. This camp had plenty of high-major talent on hand, with front court players making up a majority of the best talent. Keep in mind guards, or players with the ball in their hands, tend to dominate showcase settings such as the Pangos Frosh/Soph Camp (s).

1Posh Alexander20206'0GOur Savior Lutheran (NY)
2Ismael Plet20206'7FVirginia Episcopal (VA)
3Marcus Dockery20206'0GRoosvelt (DC)
4Maximillian Amadasun20206'9FOur Savior Lutheran (NY)
5Elijah Hutchins-Everett20206'10CImmaculate Conception (NJ)
6Dyondre Dominguez20206'8FNew Hampton (NH)
7Micawber Etienne20216'10CRectory School (CT)
8Tayquan Woodley20216'6FNeumann-Goretti (PA)
9Eduardo Andre20206'9FDallas Woodrow Wilson (TX)
10Rashool Diggins20216'1GArchbishop Wood (PA)
11Alexis Reyes20216'5GRectory School (CT)
12Drissa Traore20216'6FSuccess Academy (NY)
13Hakeem Byrd20205'8GNeumann-Goretti (PA)
14Taj Thweatt20206'6FWildwood Catholic (NJ)
15Hassan Perkins20205'11GSanford (DE)
16Ryan Meyers20216'1GChrist The King (NY)
17Jake Tavroff20206'8FOceanside (NY)
18Trey Hill20206'9FEast Catholic (CT)
19Lance Ware20206'9FCamden (NJ)
20Ahmad Fair20206'1GNeumann-Goretti (PA)
21James Kamich20206'9FRedemption Christian (NY)
22Darius Miles20206'6FRoosvelt (DC)
23Che Evans20206'7FDulaney (MD)
24Adama Sanogo20216'8FOur Savior New American (NY)
25Jai Smith20216'9FBishop Louden (NY)
26Enai White20226'3GPhiladelphia (PA)
27Matthew Mayers20196'8FMonsignor Scanlan (NY)
28Donovan Rodriguez20206'1GBonner Prendie (PA)
29Malvin Payero20206'1GRedemption Christian (NY)
30Isaiah Thompson20205'10GMasters School (NY)
31Davon Lee20206'1GBishop McDevitt (PA)
32Shane Dezonie20216'2GHudson Catholic (NJ)
33Amar'e Marshall20216'1GHudson Catholic (NJ)
34Zaba Bagala20216'6FSt. Benedict's (NJ)
35Brien Dunphy20206'0GCalvary Christian (NJ)
36Dante Walker20206'5FInnovation Charter (NY)
37Daniel Nixon20216'6FEaglebrook Academy (MA)
38Jordan Wilmore20207'3CMt. Zion Prep (MD)
39Tyrone Holloway20216'3GGreen Farms (CT)
40Malik Carson20206'4GDeMatha Catholic (MD)
41Marcus Brunett20206'4FJefferson (NY)
42Jefferson Koulibaly20206'4FOur Savior New American (NY)
43A.J. Hoggard20206'3GArchbishop Carroll (PA)
44Jamal West20206'4FDunbar (MD)
45Teddy Marshall20206'1GMartinsburg (WV)
46Jaquan Carlos20216'0GJefferson (NY)
47Jamir Watkins20206'6FTrenton Catholic (NJ)
48E.J. Evans20216'4GTrenton Catholic (NJ)
49Derrius Ward20206'4GSankofa Charter (PA)
50Sterling Jones20215'8GChrist The King (NY)

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