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Pangos All-South Camp – Standouts

Pangos made its yearly stop in the Dallas, TX area. While a bulk of the campers hailed from the Lone Star state, there were a few outsiders that stood out, including camp MVP Jacob Lanier.

Jacob Lanier, 6’5 2026 SG – Maumelle (AR):

Camp MVP which was much deserved. A 6’5 three level scoring guard that blended his shot diet well. Shot it well from three, showed adequate pull-up game and finished well in the lane. Averaged close to 40ppg on the first day and on the second day, he continued to show his scoring prowess. Stock riser.

Dorion Bowen, 6’5 2026 CG – Whitehaven (TN):

A big combo that has a big-time feel. A selfless guard that prefers to make plays for others & makes pinpoint passes off the live dribble. Has a scoring switch that can turn on and compile points in bunches. A winner nonetheless has the tools of what a HM prospect looks like. One to watch.

Seven Spurlock, 6’6 2026 SG/SF – Frisco Memorial (TX):

A big, physical lefty guard-wing that was a man amongst boys at the camp. Was Co-MVP with Lanier. Can guard 4 to 5 positions in the high school level because he can move, he’s strong and athletic. Was one of the best passers at the camp as well and showed vertical pop even in tight spaces in traffic. Jumper needs to improve and ability to attack more comfortably with his right hand but his blend of positional size, athleticism, strength and feel makes him a matchup problem.

Trent Perry, 6’4 2026 SG/SF – Frisco Lone Star (TX):

Athletic with long arms, Perry was the most athletic player in the camp. A terror in the open court setting, finishing with emphatic jams, hang-time finishes and defensively, had a couple chase down blocks. He has improved from a skill standpoint as his shot looked cleaner and his handle has gotten tighter when navigating in tight spaces. Still has ways to go from a skill perspective but coming along.

Bo Ogden, 6’6 2026 SF – St. Michaels (TX):

Son of current Univ. Of Texas General Manager, Chris Ogden. Bo, known as a shooter, is showing more expansion in his game. Saw him attack closeouts to get to the mid-range pull or drive to the rim. Capable of attacking with either hand and plays with a lot of confidence. Has high major upside.

Silas Rodriguez, 6’4 2026 SG – Denton Guyer (TX):

A shooter that excels in spot-up situations. Compiled multiple 20pt performances as he shows good feel as an off-ball mover. His ability to get to spots and gravity he generates as a shooter allowed his teammates to be open for shots. Not very athletic nor holds great length but deep range shooting and feel is a strength of his.

King Gibson, 6’4 2027 CG – The Burlington School (NC):

Best 2027 at the camp and one of the better ones I’ve seen nationality. A combo with plus arm length, athleticism and feel for someone his age. Drove and finished above the rim with dunks, used length to finish vs like-size length and found the open man on drives to the rim. Will be in the top25 conversation.

Davion Adkins, 6’8 2026 PF – Faith Family (TX):

Lefty with an ideal athletic and physical profile. Plays above the rim, covers ground on defense, rebounds out of his area and expanding his offensive game. Sometimes tried to show he’s been working on his shooting and handle too much but there’s promise there. Best big man at the camp, and when he’s outrunning his man rim to rim, offensive rebounding and completing 2nd/3rd chance opportunities and flashing the jumper when open, he’s a problem.

Alex Barther, 6’6 2026 SG/SF – Eastern Hills (TX):

Was solid the first day and came alive on the 2nd. A big wing prospect that looked more comfortable on pull-up shots and was at his best when he was assertive with the ball and getting to the rim. Was a post player a little over a year ago and has made strides in his perimeter game.

Nasir Price, 6’3 PG – Seven Lakes (TX):

Adequate positional size and length, Nasir exhibited a balance in his playmaking and scoring. Quick twitch, got where he wanted on the floor and creates space on step-backs and has great elevation on pull-ups. Didn’t play on Sunday but showed why he’s labeled as a HM prospect.

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