The 2022 Pangos Premier 80 Showcase tipped-off the July Live Period on the West Coast on July 6th at McBride HS (Long Beach CA) gym, showcasing a group of approximately 80 top prospects nationwide representing 19 different states and drawing a substantial number of college coaches including head coaches Mick Cronin (UCLA), Jamie Dixon (TCU), Bobby Hurley (Arizona State), Kyle Smith (Washington State), Lorenzo Romar (Pepperdine), Justin Hutson (Fresno State), Russell Turner (UC-Irvine), Mike Magpayo (UC-Riverside) and Stan Johnson (Loyola Marymount) as well as assistants from Arizona, USC, Utah, Cal, Oregon State, Georgetown, Oklahoma, Saint Louis, New Mexico, UC-Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Rice, San Jose State, Grand Canyon, Lehigh, Cal Baptist, Montana, Eastern Washington, UC-San Diego, Sacramento State, High Point and Cal State Northridge.
Top scouts on-hand included Frank Burlison, Ronnie Flores, Devin Ugland and Paul Hernandez. BallerTV.com live-streamed all games (now available for replay): https://www.ballertv.com/events/pangos-premier-80-showcase-2022
In Part I of this article, we highlighted 25 of the top players that stood out for me (in alphabetical order). In Part II of this event recap below, I will note next 25 players worthy of being noted as well as Honorable Mention selections.
Alvin Baez 6’4” 2023 Scotland Campus (Scotland PA)
Assertive and confident wing can score in the paint and plays very physical. Good 3-point shooter had a high game of 15 points (3 threes).
Brandon Bento-Jackson 5’10” 2023 Arcata (CA)
Tough PG knows how to run a team and can knock down shots. EBO (Fresno CA) player and terrific student (4.0 GPA) had a high scoring game of 18 points (4 threes) here.
Eli Bradley 6’4” 2023 Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas NV)
Playing on a loaded Bishop Gorman squad, Bradley is often overlooked but make no mistake about it, he is one of the best and most confident 3-point flamethrowers is the West. Tough competitor & good student is also an underrated defender. Son of current Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator Gus Bradley (formerly head coach of Jacksonville Jaguars and past defensive coordinator of the Seattle Seahawks, Los Angeles Chargers and Las Vegas Raiders).
Isaiah Brewington 6’7” 2023 Campbell Hall (North Hollywood CA)
Undersized but productive PF can score on the block and is a regular visitor on the glass.
Dylan Chavez 6’5” 2024 ABC Prep (Albuquerque NM)
Crafty wing scorer has legit 3-point range as well as very good academic marks in the classroom (3.7 GPA).
Ryan Enos 6’8” 2024 Cathedral Catholic (San Diego CA)
Agile hybrid-forward with ability to finish above the rim has an excellent shooting touch from deep. Enos is also an stand-out D-I prospect volleyball player as well.
Gianni Ferentinos 6’4” 2024 Hillcrest (Phoenix AZ)
Athletic WG with confident perimeter stroke had a high game of 17 points (3 threes) here. Terrific student (4.0 GPA) just transferred to Hillcrest from Webster Groves (MO).
Yorgio Golesis 6’1” 2023 Skyline (Salt Lake City UT)
Savvy PG can beat defenders off bounce, connect from deep and has the IQ to run a team. Excellent student (3.8 GPA) is one of the Rocky Mountain area’s top floor-generals.
Jaden Haire 6’6” 2023 Hanford West (Hanford CA)
Well-built wing can score through contact and is a solid rebounder. Good student too (3.3 GPA)
Jayden Harper 6’8” 2024 Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks CA)
Promising young wing with terrific length is a SoCal swingman worth monitoring over the next two years. Still filling in to his long body, Harper is oozing with long-term potential.
Jalin Holland 6’5” 2025 Los Lunas (NM)
Young and talented young guard from the Land of Enchantment State had a high game of 13 points (3 threes) here. Good student (3.3 GPA) plays for Brandon Mason and ABC AAU.
Daniel Jacobsen 7’0” 2024 La Cueva (Albuquerque NM)
Thin but very long center has nice feel, moves well and possesses good scoring touch (had 11 points/1 three here). Good student (3.2 GPA) needs to add strength but has nice long-term upside.
Parker Jones 6’6” 2023 The Williston Northampton School (MA)
Loyola (Los Angeles CA) product is headed for a post-grad year. Good student (3.3 GPA) is an assertive scorer with range on his 3 point shot. Parker’s high scoring game here was 10 points (2 threes).
Tijuan Lumpkin 6’7” 2023 Village Christian (Sun Valley CA)
Athletic forward is quick in transition and can finish at rim. Good student too (3.1 GPA).
Micah Madry 6’5” 2023 Hillcrest (Midvale UT)
One of the West’s most underrated wings, this good student (3.3 GPA) is a sturdy lefty wing with ample scoring ability and nice bounce to the rim.
Sean Oliver 6’6” 2023 Wilson (Long Beach CA)
Strong and athletic WF with nice perimeter shot and very good grades (3.5 GPA) had a high game of 16 points here (2 threes).
Abram Potts 6’2” 2025 San Joaquin Memorial (Fresno CA)
Really like the development of this rangy guard. Potts is quick slashing to the cup as well as being a versatile defender. Solid student (3.1 GPA) is one to track in Cali class of 2025!
Devin Ringer 6’3” 2024 Fairfax (Los Angeles CA)
Very good 3-point scorer with clutch shot making ability.
Dre Roman 6’3” 2023 Northfield Mt. Hermon (MA)
Strong and dependable lead guard is a St. Joseph/Santa Maria CA grad that is spending a post-grad year in New England. Roman’s high game here was 14 points (2 threes). Excellent student too (3.7 GPA).
Timofey Rudovskii 6’8” 2023 Dream City Christian (Glendale AZ)
Sierra Canyon/CA transfer is a big WF with a jump shot that can extend defenses. High scoring game was 11 points (3 threes).
Dillan Shaw 6’5” 2025 Heritage Christian (Northridge CA)
Young wing with size and deep range on jump shot is a prospect with real mid-high major potential.
Deacon Toliver 6’6” 2023 Los Osos (Rancho Cucamonga CA)
SoCal 2023 sleeper is a blue-collar athletic forward that loves to do all the dirty work that translates into winning basketball. Active rebounder with high motor and the rare (these days) inclination to never give up on a play defensively with a 1st, 2nd and 3rd effort. Offensive skills are improving at a rapid rate with jump shot showing signs of life (hit 1 three in a game here). Doesn’t hunt shots and always plays within the context of the offense.
EJ Vernon 6’5″ 2025 Crossroads (Santa Monica CA)
Talented and fast-growing young wing is one to track in 2025. Excellent student too (3.7 GPA).
Brady Wooley 6’8” 2025 Orono (MN)
Skilled young forward with nice range on jump shot (hit a three here) is an off-the-charts student (4.4 GPA).
Honorable Mention (in alphabetical order):
Kenneth Bailey 6’2″ 2023 Orange Lutheran (Orange CA)
Jose Batista 6’3” 2023 Hyde School (Bath ME)
Dylan Benner 6’8” 2024 St. Bonaventure (Ventura CA)/3.8 GPA
Aidan Croshere 6’6” 2024 Crossroads (Santa Monica CA)
Logan Deal 6’6” 2023 Sky View (Smithfield UT)/3.75 GPA
Argus-DeMel Turner 6’2” 2023 Lemoore (CA)/4.0 GPA
Kevin Doe 6’6” 2023 East (Salt Lake City UT)
Steven Evans-Glynn 6’2” 2025 Leuzinger (Lawndale CA)
Cohen J. Gonzales 5’10” 2023 Mesquite (Gilbert AZ)/3.3 GPA
Tevonta Jackson 6’1” 2023 Urbandale IA
Isaiah Kai 6’2” 2023 Capo Verde (Gilbert AZ)/4.2 GPA
Joey Kennedy 6’6” 2023 University HS (San Francisco CA)
Malachi Knight 6’1” 2025 Leuzinger (Lawndale CA)/3.6 GPA
Ashton McCullough 6’4” 2025 Oak Hills (Hesperia CA)/3.7 GPA
Elliot McQuillan 6’3” 2023 Port Allen (LA)
Zander Ovies 6’1” 2026 Torrey Pines (San Diego CA)
Joaquin Pineyrua 5’11” 2023 Cypress Bay (Weston FL)/4.8 GPA
King Turner 6’5” 2023 North Canyon (Phoenix AZ)/4.5 GPA