Pangos All-West FROSH/SOPH Top Performers
LONG BEACH, CA - The 2023 Pangos All-West Freshman/Sophomore camp is an annual tradition in the fall for the best up-and-comers in the West. Let’s explore the top overall performers from the weekend.
He toyed with the competition all weekend, picking his moments to bully ball the competition. There aren’t to many players in the 2026 and 2027 classes nationally - or even internationally - who can match Stokes and his physicality. He’s in a class of his own. So, when he wanted to bully ball the defense he did. He won every battle with ease whenever he decided to. So, in this setting, we saw him shoot a lot more from the perimeter and did his best work from behind the three-point line. Stokes toyed with some of the West’s best prospects from the 2026 and 2027 classes. Easy work for the 5-star stud prospect.
McCoy is one of the best players in the class of 2026 and he continues to stack up the good days. We continue to see the facets of his game at a regular pace. Whatever the event, McCoy delivers a master class in fundamental skills and fun. He’s a dynamic scorer, a great creator, a super athlete and a high-ceiling prospect in darn near every category.
Let’s go ahead and call it - Alonzie will be a player you hear a lot about in the next 12 months. He’s next out of the Dream City Christian program. The 6-3 guard has a terrific base skill set that we saw in action on this stage. He can really pass the ball in the halfcourt and in transition. On defense, he plays with great anticipation for steals, shots and all kinds of action. A supreme athlete, Alonzie plays well above the rim for lobs and slashes. We haven’t dove too deep into the class of 2026 national rankings but when we do, Alonzie will make a very impressive debut.
This was a stellar weekend for the Canadian guard. The 6-foot-2 guard is incredibly shifty with the rock, lulling defenders to a flat-footed stance before he blows past them with the dribble or explodes upwards with the jumper. He was automatic from all three levels and did a great job of showing off his smooth jump shot.
The 6-foot-8 forward was a fun one to watch on this platform. He was outstanding from start to finish. Kyman knows the game and knows how and where to find ways to attack and score. We saw him play well in comparable post match-ups, using his footwork to score around the cup and on both sides of the box. He stepped out and was a knock down shooting threat. He thrived in simplicity and made the action look all too easy. Kyman was one of the best big men in the entire camp.
The 2023 calendar year has been good for the Bay Area lead guard. He was great in June and July during the NCAA Live Period events and now that we are in the camp season, the 6-foot-2 guard is picking up from where he left off in the summer. The young man knows how to control an offense. He’s always in control and masters the right plays at the right times. He’s that kind of lead guard.