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Pangos All-East Frosh/Soph Top 50 Rankings

Jonathan Kuminga (left) and Micawber Etienne earned co-MOP honors at the Pangos All-East Frosh/Soph Camp. Kuminga had 21 points and Etienne finished with 22, including the game-winning basket in sudden death overtime. Photo: Leslie Strauss

We took in all the sessions of the 2018 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.

RELATED: Pangos Frosh/Soph Camp coverage on ballislife.com — Meet Micawber Etienne! 

The following rankings are based on evaluations of approximately 240 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 fairly good balance between the post, wing and lead guard positions. 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).

No.PlayerClassHTPOSSchool
1Micawber Etienne20216'10FSuffield Academy (CT)
2Jonathan Kuminga20216'8FOur Savior New American (NY)
3Isaiah Griffith20226'0GPatrick School (NJ)
4Zion Cruz20226'3GHudson Catholic (NJ)
5Rashool Diggins20216'2GArchbishop Wood (PA)
6Marcus Randolph20216'4GTrenton Catholic (NJ)
7Nate Santos20216'7FLoomis (CT)
8Kyle Cuff Jr.20216'0GAvon Old Farms (CT)
9Shane Dezonie20216'4GHudson Catholic (NJ)
10Daniel Nixon20216'6FHill School (PA)
11Jaleel "Milzy" Brown20226'2GHaverford School (PA)
12Richard Nweke20216'7FThe Dwight School (NY)
13Daeshon Sheppard20216'4FArchbishop Wood (PA)
14Jordan Riley20226'1GBrentwood (NY)
15Javonte Brown20216'11CMt. St. Joseph (MD)
16Trey Patterson20216'8FRutgers Prep (NJ)
17Abdou Halil Barre20226'9COur Savior New American (NY)
18Enoch Boakeye20226'9FSouthwest Christian (AR)
19Malcolm Chimezie20216'7FArchbishop Stepinac (NY)
20Rodney Rice20226'3GBullis (MD)
21Blaise Vespe20216'7FSt. Augustine Prep (NJ)
22Dontae Prescott20216'1GNazareth (NY)
23Isaiah Thompson20216'0GMasters School (NY)
24Lindell Thompson20226'7FSt. Raymond's (NY)
25Jaylen Stinson20216'0GArchbishop Wood (PA)
26Kwame Evans Jr.20236'6GBaltimore (MD)
27Elijah Jones20216'7FPleasantville (NJ)
28Matthew Delaney20216'7FSt. Augustine Prep (NJ)
29Silas Sunday20227'0COur Savior Lutheran (NY)
30Devin Ceasar20215'10GSt. Mary's Ripken (MD)
31Chance Westry20226'4GTrinity (PA)
32Roddy Gayle20226'4FLewiston Porter (NY)
33Elmarko Jackson20226'2GSt. Augustine Prep (NJ)
34Zarique Nutter20216'4FSt. Benedict's (NJ)
35Kareem Ewell20216'6FDickson (DE)
36Jaden DeJesus20216'0GThe Knox School (NY)
37Rob Jackson20216'6FArchbishop Wood (PA)
38David Onanina20226'8CCapital Christian (MD)
39Devin Ceasar20215'10GSt. Mary's Ripken (MD)
40Railer Vargas20226'9CCapital Christian (MD)
41Michael Marshall20216'3FThayer Academy (MA)
42Joshua Rivera20216'4FRoselle Catholic (NJ)
43Detwan Montague20216'7FSt. Frances Academy (MD)
44Grace Mancubu20226'8FCapital Christian (MD)
45Ryan Conway20216'1GDulaney (MD)
46Clarence Obiajulu20216'6FCity College (MD)
47Johnik Moores20226'4FThe Dwight School (NY)
48Trey Thomas20226'4GArchbishop Carroll (DC)
49Kabrien Goss20245'1GTrenton (NY)
50Sincere Robinson20216'5FNewark Tech (NJ)

One Comment

  1. Jonah Travis
    Posted November 4, 2018 at 5:51 pm | Permalink

    Richard Nweke is 2022

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