The 2022 Pangos Premier 80 Showcase will tip-off the July Live Period on the West Coast on July 6th at McBride HS (Long Beach CA) gym, showcasing an expected group of 80 top prospects from coast to coast.  The Pangos Premier 80 has proven to be the best, most efficient way for college coaches to see a sizeable number of top prospects in a very convenient and short period of time on the West Coast. 

Last year’s participants included Aidan Shaw (Missouri), Top 3 in 2024 Isaiah Elohim, Jaylen Thompson (USC), Trey Pettigrew (Nevada), Oziyah Sellers (USC), Adrame Diongue (Washington State), Dennis Evans (member of USA U17 National Team), AJ Johnson (#27 in 2023 by, RJ Jones (#67 in 2023 by 24/7 Sports composite), Kosi Akametu (Santa Clara), Jaden Henley (Minnesota), Pierre Geneste (Louisiana Tech), Jorge Ochoa (Vermont), Jason Hart II (Long Beach State), Sebastian Mack (#69 in 2023 by 24/7 Sports), Jalen Pitre (Pepperdine), Jase Richardson (#23 in 2024 by 24/7 Sports composite), James Brown (#27 in 2024 by 24/7 Sports composite) and Styles Phipps (#62 in 2024 by 24/7 Sports composite).

While there is a deep pool of 80 quality prospects scheduled to be on-hand this year, here are 30 of the top prospects to keep an eye out for:

Isaiah Miranda                  7’1″    2023   SoCal Academy (CA)
2022 Pangos All-American Camp Top 30 Game selection is a very long center with quick feet and elite explosion to the rim. Jump shot has improved dramatically. Miranda also showed nice ability to execute PnR action with Mikey Williams who was the PG on his Pangos AA Camp team. The #23 ranked prospect by has the whole Pac-12 as well as UConn and Georgetown in pursuit. 

Zyier Beverly                    6’8″    2023   Washington (Los Angeles CA)
Poised to be one of the break-out stars of the July Live Period, Beverly is oozing with HM potential and is on the verge of putting it all together for coaches to see. Lively hybrid-forward with rapidly improving range on jumper, Beverly runs the floor like a gazelle and finishes with elite athleticism above the rim. Zyier’s strong spring play and immense potential earned him an invite to the Pangos All-American Camp in June where he drew good reviews including Eric Bossi (247 Sports) who stated: “Each year a guy seems to come out of nowhere and make a name for himself at Pangos and Zyier Beverly is a candidate to do so this year. A bouncy and quick combo forward from Los Angeles, Beverly’s activity around the rim, effort running the floor and overall positive attitude impressed.”  New Mexico State offered on the heels of an impressive Fullcourt Press All-West Camp last weekend to go along with ones from Jacksonville and Samford. 

Styles Phipps                  6’2”    2024   St. Mary’s (Phoenix AZ)
Emerging as one of the top young floor generals in nation, Styles is a yo-yo ballhandler with elite crafty ability to stop and pop from mid-range as well as from distance. Pangos All-American Camp Top 60 Game pick knows how to use the glass from short range and has very nice court vision. SEC power Auburn is among his offers which also include Missouri, TCU, Washington State, Washington, UC-Santa Barbara, San Diego and Portland.

Kadyn Betts                     6’8”    2023   Huntington Prep (WV)
Pueblo CO native just committed to Minnesota, selecting the Gophers over Nebraska, Colorado State, Wyoming and Northern Colorado with interest from Iowa, Virginia, Utah and Virginia Tech.  Skilled, rangy and athletic forward has a very versatile skill set.

Seven Bahati                    6’5″    2024   Heritage Christian (Northridge CA) 
Versatile scorer and long and athletic wing can create off the dribble, stop on a dime to get his jumper off, continues to improve his efficiency from the 3-point arc, rebounds well and loves to push the tempo in open court. 2022 Pangos All-American Camp Top 60 Game pick has early offers from New Mexico State, UC-Santa Barbara and Loyola Marymount with interest from Oregon, Xavier and Ohio State.

Jalen Milt                         6’3”    2023   Norview (Norfolk VA)
Tough and tenacious WG gets buckets with the best of them.  Strong and physical defender rebounds well and plays with supreme confidence.  One of the nation’s most under the radar prospects was very impressive at last May’s Pangos All-American Preview at Lynwood HS/CA. Very good student too (3.4 GPA) looks to be a break-out star at this event.

Xavier Edmonds              6’8”    2023   Bishop Montgomery (Torrance CA) 
Burley and physical PF can score with consistency on the block as well as face-up from the perimeter. Offers include New Mexico, San Francisco, New Mexico State, Loyola Marymount, Portland State and Northern Arizona.

Drew Kingery                   6’4”    2023   Indianola (IA) 
Smooth shooting WG with lots of basketball IQ. Invited to this past June’s Pangos All-American Camp in Las Vegas, Kingery made the most of his opportunity. His fine play there earned him a berth in the camp’s Top 60 Game. Drew, a terrific student (3.9 GPA), has a North Dakota offer with interest from Iowa, Iowa State and Northern Iowa. 

Varick Lewis                    6’4”    2023   Monterey Trails (Elk Grove CA)
High scoring combo-guard can really put points on the board in a hurry.  Lewis has offers from Cal, TCU, UC-Santa Barbara and Portland State.

Kelvin Odih                      6’3”    2024   LaSalle Academy (Providence RI)
Hard-nosed wing guard and Pangos All-American Camp invitee has heard from the likes of Providence, Rhode Island, Air Force, Siena, Brown, Bryant, Georgetown, Rutgers and Coastal Carolina.  Good defender can score through contact.

Justin Daniels                  6’5”    2023   St. Mary’s (Phoenix AZ) 
Younger brother of DeAndre Daniels (2014 UConn national champs and Toronto Raptors draft pick) has always been known as long distance threat. Evolving into a more complete player with improved ability to facilitate and defend. Denver Prep (CO) transfer received his 1st offer a year ago from New Mexico.

Carter Gittens                  6’5”    2023   Sunrise Mountain (Peoria AZ) 
Well-built wing with ability to explode to rim as well as dial from distance. Very good student (3.5 GPA) is also a good rebounder.

Parker Strauss                 6’4”    2023   Pacifica Christian (Newport Beach CA) 
One of the hottest names coming out of Section 7 HS June tourney in Arizona, Strauss is a sharpshooting guard with plenty of range on his perimeter shot.  Fantastic student (3.9 GPA) has recent offers including Colorado State, Wyoming, New Mexico, Rice, Cal Poly, Portland, Houston Baptist and Lehigh.

Seth Mays                        6’5”    2023   LSU Laboratory School (Baton Rouge LA)
Younger brother of Skylar Mays (LSU/Atlanta Hawks) is an up and coming prospect out of Baton Rouge.  2022 NBPA Top 100 Camp invitee is a late-bloomer worthy of tracking.

Shamar Jones                  6’5”    2025   SoCal Academy (Los Angeles CA)
Very promising young WG with legit HM potential.  Athletic scorer and active rebounder.

Pearson Carmichael        6’5”    2023   Summit (Bend OR) 
Swingman with nice perimeter stroke and ample athleticism is a West Coast rising junior sleeper worth paying attention to.

Will Smith III                     6’4”    2023   Bishop Montgomery (Torrance CA)
Strong and physical WG with 3-point range and improving mid-range game should be a high-academic priority recruit this July. 

Timofey Rudovskii           6’8”    2023   Dream City Christian (Glendale AZ)
Sierra Canyon/CA transfer is a big WF with sharpshooting ability. 

Deshawn Gory                 6’6”    2024   Oak Hills (Hesperia CA) 
Swift swingman with a downtown stroke is a fast-rising 2024 prospect worth keeping an eye.  A very last minute addition to this event last year, Gory will be a featured prospect this year and one that mid-to-highs need to keep a close eye on. Hillcrest (Riverside CA) transfer is a very good student (3.7 GPA).

Dylan Godfrey                  6’8”    2023   Elite Prep (Los Angeles CA)
Pacifica Christian (Newport Beach CA) grad who will be taking a post-grad year at Elite Prep is still just 17 years old. Skilled and agile forward has nice perimeter skills as well as the athleticism necessary to be productive inside.

Ryan Enos                       6’8”    2024   Cathedral Catholic (San Diego CA)
Two-sport star (Enos is also a top-flight volleyball player) can really shoot it facing basket and is active around the cup. 

Parker Jones                    6’6”    2023   The Williston Northampton School (MA)
Loyola (Los Angeles CA) grad has really improved since his HS days.  Rangy swingman with very good three-point shooting ability with spend a post-grad year in the Northeast.  Clemson among the recent schools starting to pay attention.   Good student (3.4 GPA) too.

Deacon Toliver                6’6”    2023   Los Osos (Rancho Cucamonga CA) 
One of the sleepers in SoCal’s 2023 class, Deacon was a very late entry at the Pangos All-American Camp and more than held his own. Hardworking and athletic combo-Forward is shaping up as a potential WCC, Big West & Big Sky target.

Daniel Jacobsen              7’0”    2024   La Cueva (Albuquerque NM)
Long center is still raw in many ways but Jacobsen moves well, has good hands and is just strength away from being an impactful interior player in the near future. .

Dillan Shaw                      6’5”    2025   Heritage Christian (Northridge CA) 
Nephew of former NBA forward and long-time overseas pro Michael Batiste (now an assistant with the Orlando Magic) is further along at the same stage as his uncle.  Dillan has nice feel, innate scoring skills and deep range on jump shot.

Other of Note (in alphabetical order):
Kaiden Bailey                    6’2”     2026   Orange Lutheran (CA)
Mike Davis                         6’6”     2023   San Joaquin Memorial (Fresno CA)
Shane Douma-Sanchez      6’1”     2023   Del Norte (Albuquerque NM) 
Dylan Chavez                    6’5”     2024   ABC Prep (Albuquerque NM) 
Jaden Haire                       6’6”     2023   Hanford West (Hanford CA) 
Jayden Harper                   6’8”     2024   Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks CA)
Jalin Holland                      6’5”     2025   Los Lunas (NM) 
Tevonta Jackson               6’1”     2023   Urbandale IA  
Isaiah Kai                          6’2”     2023   Capo Verde (Gilbert AZ) 
Nikolas Khamenia              6’8”     2025   Harvard-Westlake (North Hollywood CA)
Julius Olanrewaju              6’4”     2025   San Joaquin Memorial (Fresno CA)
Abram Potts                      6’2”     2025   San Joaquin Memorial (Fresno CA) 
Devin Ringer                      6’3”     2024   Fairfax (Los Angeles CA)
Dre Roman                        6’2”     2023   Northfield Mt. Hermon (MA)
Brady Wooley                    6’8”     2025   Orono (MN)