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2013 Pangos All-East Camp Showcases Young Stars
by Brian Flinn, Future150 (2:43 PM CT, Wed October 30, 2013)
DeMatha forward Joe Hampton was a standout at Pangos Camp.
DeMatha forward Joe Hampton was a standout at Pangos Camp.
Brian Flinn
Brian Flinn:

Future150 National Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Deptford, NJ (Future150) -- On Saturday and Sunday, some of the top players in the area all converged in southern New Jersey to prove that they were in fact worthy of being considered some of the top players in their class in the area. Here are some of the players who stood out:

Bryce Aiken, 2016 PG, The Patrick School: He is an excellent point guard, and can roll over and play the two as well. He understands the game. Aiken is a high IQ player who shot the ball well. He got to the rim whenever he wanted and got his teammates involved.  He uses both hands well and makes the correct read most of the time.

Quade Green, 2017 PG, Neumann-Goretti: There is a bright future ahead of him. He made plays all weekend. He knew when to score it and when control the game. He has a great feel for the game, especially in a camp environment. He mixes things up – uses his speed well and knows when to change pace.

Isiah “Zay” Jennings , 2016 SG, Allentown Central Catholic: Jennings was one of the better shooters in the camp and showed as much while hitting shots from 25 feet. The talented sophomore will give Central Catholic another weapon and scorer. Right now his best asset is his ability to space the floor with his shooting ability, but he should develop into a solid prospect.

Chase Lewis, 2017 PG, Princeton Day School:  He is a pure point guard and has a smoothness to his game. He controlled the offense, set up his teammates and did the little things like defend and rebound. He is far from a finished product but has immense potential.

Alani Moore, 2016 PG, DeMatha: Moore played great all weekend. He was solid with the ball and great off the dribble. He likes to get to the paint and dish to his teammates. In addition, Moore is a  hard worker, went hard on both ends, and showed great consistency all weekend.

David Caraher, 2017 SG, Chapel Hill: Caraher is a lights out shooter with a great IQ and can play defense. He got his shot off whenever he wanted. He knew how to find the opening passing lanes for kick-outs, reversals and skips. His feet were set, hands were in good position, and proved to be a well balanced player.

Timmel “Melo” Eggleston, 2017 SG, St. Frances Academy: Eggleston can score at all three levels. He hit the outside shot with ease, got to the rim, and was always around the ball. He played under control and did the little things well. In addition, he is a big time athlete and has big time upside because of that.

Lamar Stevens, 2016 SF, Haverford: He is a special talent that understands the game. He doesn’t overdribble; hit his mid-range shots, and scored at all three levels. He also poses a huge mismatch problem with his skill set and is a big time scoring wing.

Kyle Stout2016 SF, Parkland: He is a super fundamental kid who makes good decisions and gets his body in good position. What he lacks in athleticism he makes up for it with his high IQ and solid fundamentals.

Jordan Tucker, 2017 SF, White Plains: He’s a big time scoring prospect who can knock shots down from all over the court. At 6-foot-7 he is a matchup nightmare with his ball handling ability and versatility. Tucker will push his way into the rankings sooner rather than later.

Nysir Brooks, 2016 C Archbishop Carroll: Brooks is a big bodied center that excels on the defensive end of the court. He moves well for someone his size and knows how to use his frame in the post. While his offense is still raw it appears that he will be a solid big man in time.  

Joe Hampton, 2016 SF, DeMatha:  He was a little lackadaisical at times, but showed why he is so highly ranked. He shot the ball well, liked to attack off the dribble, played good defense (on and off the ball), and rebounded well.  Hampton also shows traits of a leader and could potentially be a star at the next level.

Sedee Keita, 2016 C, Vermont Academy: Keita has unreal potential. The big man has a solid skill set and handles pressure well.  He gets his body in good position and can shoot it from 12-15 feet. He also plays well with his back to the basket. He has good timing and blocks a lot of shots, making him a game changer on the defensive end. He has soft hands for a big man and catches a majority of post entries.

Khalif Kroma, 2016 C, Roman Catholic: Kroma is an interesting prospect with a high ceiling. It’s still early but he must trim some of the baby fat to be at his best. That being said, he showed an ability to score with his back to the basket and a nose for rebounding.

A.J. Wilson, 2016 SF, Duval: Wilson was one of the bigger surprises in the camp. The wing attacked the rim and finished multiple plays through contact. He is another wing prospect who is just realizing how talented he is and should add depth to an already talented 2016 class in the DMV area.

Sidney Wilson, 2017 SF, St. Raymond’s: The talented wing is just starting to realize his considerable potential. His length and athleticism gives him a ridiculously high ceiling and he is already a great defender. While his offensive game is still somewhat raw his upside is easy to see and it’s only a matter of time before he’s on the national radar.

Marquis Collins, 2016 SF, Chester: Collins appears to be the next big player to come through Chester. At 6-foot-6 and with good athleticism and good ball-handling,  he will be counted upon to step in and help fill the void left by All-American Rondae Hollis-Jefferson.

Sean Good, 2018 PF, St. Teresa: One of the youngest players in the camp, it’s hard not to like Good’s upside. The young big did most of his damage hitting mid-range jumpers; a lost art in today’s game.  While he isn’t as bouncy, he reminds Future150 a bit of Tyler Lydon, a combo forward who can really spread the floor and create mismatches.

Eric Ayala, 2017 PG, Sandford: The Delaware based PG is silky smooth and was arguably one of the top pure point guards in the camp. He has great vision and speed and showed that he can get to the rim as well. His ball handling ability is advanced for his age and it looks as this is just the beginning in what should be an impressive career for the youngster.

Manny Stokes-Dixon, 2017 SG, Notre Dame: Stokes-Dixon is a bit time athlete that had a slew of highlight reel finishes. He is also a good defender that takes pride in locking up his man. His jumper still needs work and he doesn’t fully trust it but there is plenty of room for improvement. His upside is undeniable
 

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