Pangos Canada Top 25 Rankings

Derrell Ferreira-McLaughlin (left) was named Pangos All-Canada Camp Top 25 All-Star Game MVP while forward Javonnie Scott (center) and guard Taryn Todd were named co-Most Outstanding Players. Photo: Dinos Trigonis

We evaluated all the sessions of the 2018 Pangos All-Canada Camp at St. Michael’s College School (Toronto, Canada) over the weekend and broke down our notes and evaluations to rank the top 25 players in attendance. 

The following rankings are based on evaluations from all the sessions of the 2018 Pangos All-Canada Camp, not just the two Cream of the Crop All-Star Games. The rankings are based on performance at the camp only, not on performance combined with previous honors, national or state ranking. Some players did not play in every session of the camp and in some instances, that changed that particular player’s ranking, especially since at this camp some of the top players were not able to make it on the second day. This was the first Pangos event in Canada and among the 80 participants there were 10-15 definite D1 prospects and a few more that have the potential to reach that level with a bit more development and visibility. With the vast amount of players in a similar talent range in the second tier, there ultimately are some deserving players who just missed the Top 25 that could be in another evaluators’ list. Our evaluations are based on all-around performance within the context of winning basketball and the stats compiled by the camp staff.

No.PlayerClassHTPOSSchool
1Taryn Todd20206'6SGVaughn Secondary (Vaughn, ON)
2Jevonnie Scott20196'7PFAthlete Institute (Orangeville, ON)
3Trey Thomas20205'10PGCrestwood Prep (Toronto, ON)
4Derrell Perreirra-McLaughlin20196'5SFPine Ridge Secondary (Pickering, ON)
5Jai Smith20216'10PFBishop Ludden (Syracuse, NY)
6Matthew Nelson20216'6SFCrestwood Prep (Toronto, ON)
7Mateo Spencer-Gomes20196'4SGSt. Mary's (Pickering, ON)
8Javonte Brown20216'10CThornlea (Thornhill, ON)
9Kevon Watt20206'0PGDownsview Secondary (Toronto, ON)
10Dane Quest20196'6SFLake Forest Academy (Lake Forest, IL)
11Malachi Davis20196'3SGCentral Tech (Toronto, ON)
12Kalyem Mullings20195'9PGCentral Tech (Toronto, ON)
13Kyle Duke20216'4SGSt. Michael's College (Toronto, ON)
14Marcus Moore20216'1PGJean Vanier Catholic (Scarborough, ON)
15Kobey Lam20196'2SGHenry Carr (Toronto, CA)
16Yaw Obeng20196'7SFRed Devils Academy (Orlando, FL)
17Markus Harding20196'8PFHenry Carr (Toronto, CA)
18Kobe Elvis20206'2SGSt. Edmund Campion (Brampton, ON)
19Malachi Ndur20206'8SFCushing Academy (Ashburnham, MA)
20Nigel Hylton20226'7SFOakwood (Toronto, ON)
21Sage Idahosa20216'4SGSt. Martin Catholic (Mississauga, ON)
22Javier Gilgeous-Glasgow20226'1PGSt. James School (Hagerstown, MD)
23Ryan John20215'10PGBill Crothers Secondary (Markham, ON)
24Kymahni Bent20216'3SFSouthwest Academy (London, ON)
25Callum Baker20196'3SGBishop Walsh (Cumberland, MD)

Ronnie Flores is the Publisher and Editor of GrassrootsHoops.net. He can be reached at ronlocc1977@gmail.com. Don’t forget to follow him on Twitter: @RonMFlores


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