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Pangos All-East Camp: Wing Standouts
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (1:03 PM CT, Thu November 3, 2016)
2020 SG Jy'are Davis sparkled at Pangos All-East Camp.
2020 SG Jy'are Davis sparkled at Pangos All-East Camp.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

Future150 GM / Senior National Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball.

West Deptford, NJ (Future150) -- Several wing prospects left a mark on the 2016 Pangos All-East Camp, but there were seven who really caught our eye. Below are our list of the most consistent stars from the weekend in New Jersey.

Jy'are Davis, 2020 SG, Sanford School (DE): There are very few wings as gifted in the freshman class as the 6'6" Delaware prospect. A skilled slasher who is excellent finishing with both hands, he's also an above-the-rim athlete with a steady outside jump shot. The sky is the limit for our #20 ranked freshman in the country, and there's a very good chance he'll rise on that list at our next update.

Donta Scott, 2019 SF, Imhotep (PA): An electric athlete with supreme length at 6'7", the Philadelphia prospect has a seemingly limitless ceiling. Versatility is the most appealing part of his game, as he can play multiple positions on the floor. As he settles into a full-time spot at the three, he's going to rise to one of the elite wings in the entire country.

Marvin Price, 2019 SF, Patterson (MD): One of the most advanced scorers in the sophomore class is the bruising 6'6" wing prospect. The southpaw wears down defenses with his punishing drives to the rim, and has also proven that he can knock down shots from mid-range as well. If you're looking for a big-time producer right now, this is your guy.

Che Evans, 2020 SG, Dulaney (MD): A highly skilled 6'6" scorer, the Baltimore prospect has cut some weight off of his frame, and has shown that he's now more athletic and also has a quicker first step. While he's certainly a polished scorer, he's also got excellent size, making it no surprise why he has several high-major offers already.

Trey Hall, 2020 SF, East Catholic (CT): The state of Connecticut has a rising star in the 6'7" forward. While he's certainly pretty raw at this stage, his ability to play both forward positions leaves him with a significant amount of upside as he continues to work out his growth and coordination. He's at his best right now when rebounding and finishing close to the rim, but we would bet that his jump shot will come around soon.

Michael Christmas, 2019 SF, Landstown (VA): One of the breakout performers of the camp was the strong 6'7" small forward. He plays with a motor that never quits, and shows no mercy when attacking the rim for scoring and/or rebounding opportunities. His jumper is a work in progress, but has all the other tools that project to the next level.

Justin Lewis, 2020 SF, Calvert Hall (MD): Another combo forward trying to make a full-time adjustment to the wing is the 6'6" Baltimore prospect. Thanks to his enormous hands and impressive wingspan, he plays significantly bigger, and has seen his jumpshot improve over the past year. Right now, he's an aggressive slasher and strong rebounder.


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