Las Vegas, NV – Monday, June 5th, was Day 2 of the 21st Annual Pangos All-American Camp at Bishop Gorman High School. The event features approximately 115 national prospects from around the country, placed on teams, and will compete in 4 sessions/rounds of showcase games, which will be followed by Top 50 and Top 25 All-Star Games. This article provides a recap of the Day 2 games, which took place over four rounds in Session 2 and 3 of the Camp. The 6 ACC teams played in the 1st and 3rd sets of games, whereas the 6 PAC-12 teams played in the 2nd and 4th sets of games for a total of 12 games on the second day.  I will look at the games in the order of play and list the court number associated with the game. All games of the event can be watched on BallerTV using the following link:

Session 2 ACC Court 1 Final: North Carolina 91 Virginia 82
UNC was led by Mercy Miller (Notre Dame/CA) with 27 points, as he would connect on 7 threes and score in countless ways off the dribble or the catch and shoot. Sam Osayi (Potter’s House Christian/TX) scored 14 points, Thomas Sorber (Archbishop Ryan/PA) had 11 points, and Vyctorious Miller (Compass Prep/AZ) had 10 points. Another bright spot for UNC was lead guard Adam Njie (Cardinal Hayes/NY) who had 13 points and showcased his dynamic handles, shifty moves to create space, and ability to hit difficult shots with frequency from 3-levels. 

Virginia was led by Rob Wright (Neumann Goretti/PA) who was sensational, as he led all scorers with 29 points along with 8 assists and 5 rebounds. Wright plays with a fluid and controlled pace, has great vision to find open teammates, can create his own scoring opportunities from 3-levels, has an elite handle on the ball, and is lights out from the 3-point line. Godswill Erheriene (Long Island Lutheran/NY) scored 14 points, Imahri Wooten (Redemption Christian/NY) had 13 points, and Jared Harris (Silsbee/TX) added 12 points. 

Session 2 ACC Court 2 Final: Duke 96 Syracuse 62
Duke continued its dominant level of play on Day 2 and were led by Ryan Jones (Rock School/FL) with 23 points and 8 rebounds and continued to showcase his accurate shooting from beyond the arc. Flory Bidunga (Kokomo/IN) was unstoppable in the post with 18 points and 9 rebounds, as well as 14 points from Kendyl Sanders (St. Bernard/CA), Moustapha Thiam (DME Academy/FL) with 12 points, Isaiah Abraham (Paul VI/VA) with 11 points, and Brannon Mastinsen (Mater Dei/CA) with 11 points. 

Syracuse got down early and couldn’t close the gap, but there were some notable performances led by James Brown (Link Academy/MO) with 14 points and 7 rebounds. Casmir Chavez (Park Center/MN) chipped in 12 points, and 11 points a piece for Kon Knueppel (Wisconsin Lutheran/WI) and Keitenn Bristow (Holliday/TX). 

Session 2 ACC Court 3 Final: Notre Dame 106 Florida State 90
In the auxiliary gym, Notre Dame was led by Cam Scott (Lexington/TX) with a game-high 27 points and knocking down 5 threes. Tahaad Pettiford (Hudson Catholic/NJ) continued his high level of play scoring 24 points and making 4 threes. Jaiden Glover (The Patrick School/NJ) had 12 points, and Kaiden Bailey (Crean Lutheran/CA) and Jayden Williams (Overtime Elite/GA) each had 10 points. 

Florida State was led by John Mobley Jr. (Bishop Gorman/NV) with 18 points, along with 17 points and 6 rebounds for Pharaoh Compton (Compass Prep/AZ) and Jasper Johnson (Woodford County/KY) had 15 points. 

Session 2 PAC-12 Court 1 Final: UCLA 96 USC 79
UCLA got a big opening game on Day 2 from Mikey Lewis (Accelerated Prep/CO) with 23 points and 9 rebounds, as Lewis scored the ball from 3-levels and looked to attack the defense with the ball in hand. Labaron Philon (Baker/AL) led all scorers with 25 points and knocked down 5 threes. Larry Johnson (Huntington Prep/WV) added 20 points and hit 4 threes himself.  

USC struggled scoring the ball but two players had solid showings. Nathan Guerengomba (South Kent/CT), who had a Day 1 scoring high of 33 points, led USC in its opening game of Day 2 with 23 points and 4 threes. Drake Powell (Northwood/SC) added 12 points and had some pretty passes that were not converted to points but showed his ability to operate at the lead guard spot. 

Session 2 PAC-12 Court 2 Final: Colorado 101 Oregon 75
Colorado had a dominant showing in its opening game on Day 2, as it would get double-digit scoring from five players, led by sharp shooting point guard Jalil Bathea (Archbishop Wood/PA) with 18 points. Styles Phipps (St. Mary’s/AZ) scored 17 points, Marcus Allen (Compass Prep/AZ) and Naasir Cunningham (Overtime Elite/GA) each had 15 points, and Alexander Lloyd (Westminster Academy/FL) chipped in 11 points. 

Oregon got a big game from the physical wing Derrion Reid (Grovetown/GA) had a game-high 20 points showing his touch from the perimeter connecting on 4 threes. Jase Richardson (Bishop Gorman/NV) scored 13 points, and Jamari Phillips (Compass Prep/AZ) chipped in 12 points. 

Session 2 PAC-12 Court 3 Final: Stanford 96 Arizona 88
In one of the closer games of Session 2, Stanford edged out a win behind the double-digit scoring from 5 players, led by physical and skilled lead guard Ahmad Nowell (Imotep/PA) with 19 points and 6 rebounds. Rakease Passmore (Combine Academy/NC) had 12 points and 8 rebounds, Jermaine O’Neal Jr. (Dynamic Prep/TX) scored 12 points, Lathan Summerville (The Skills Factory/GA) had 10 points and 8 rebounds, and Eric Freeny (Corona Centennial/CA) added 10 points. 

Arizona kept the game close behind the solid play of Darius Adams (Manasquan/NJ) with a game-high 23 points connecting on 5 threes. Kany Tchanda (Winston Salem Christian/NC) scored 16 points and Hudson Greer (Lake Travis/TX) added 14 points. 

Session 3 ACC Court 1 Final: Syracuse 79 Florida State 68
Syracuse got a big game from stretch-four Qingfang Pang (Christ the King/NY) who scored a team-high 15 points and connected on 4 threes. Casmir Chavez and Kon Knueppel each scored 14 points, and lead guard Trent Perry (Harvard-Westlake/CA) added 12 points. 

Florida State got a boost from Harvard commit Robert Hinton (Harvard-Westlake/CA) with a game-high 19 points and showed his ability to score off the dribble from 3-levels. John Mobley Jr. scored 12 points, Pharaoh Compton had 11 points, and Jalen Shelley (Prestonwood Academy/TX) chipped in 10 points. 

Session 3 ACC Court 2 Final: North Carolina 98 Notre Dame 90
North Carolina continued to be led by dynamic scoring guard Mercy Miller with a game-high 24 points while connecting on 4 threes. Adam Njie kept his high-level guard play on display, as he would score 21 points and dish out 6 assists. Vyctorious Miller had 18 points and 5 assists, Bryce Heard (Montverde Academy/FL) scored 12 points, and Sam Osayi had 10 points and 7 rebounds. 

Notre Dame got another big game from Cam Scott, who had a game-high 24 points and hit 4 threes in the process. Dynamic lead guard Tahaad Pettiford had 14 points, Jayden Williams scored 13 points, and Jaiden Glover added 10 points. 

Session 3 ACC Court 3 Final: Duke 79 Virginia 61
In a battle of two of the top lead guards at the Camp, Duke’s Boogie Fland (Archbishop Stepinac/NY) went unconscious from beyond the arc, as he would score 30 points and connect on 7 threes, along with 6 assists and 6 rebounds. Ryan Jones chipped in 18 points and hit on 4 threes, along with a dominant game on the glass for Flory Bidunga with 10 boards. 

On the other side of the court, Virginia was led by the stellar play of Rob Wright, who scored a game-high 31 points and hit on 5 threes. Taj Degourville added 12 points (Durango/NV). 

Session 3 PAC-12 Court 1 Final: Arizona 98 Oregon 79
Hudson Greer had his breakout game of the camp, as he led all players with 29 points and scored from all 3-levels effectively. Darian Sutton (Accelerated Prep/CO) had 17 points, Khaman Maker (Trinity/NV) had 12 points and 6 rebounds, and Darius Adams had 11 points. Shon Abaev (Calvary Christian/FL) had his breakout game and scored 14 points and connected on a pair of threes. 

Oregon made a run in the second half behind the play of Jackson Keith (Southern/NC) with 18 points. Jamari Phillips and Matt Hodge (St. Rose/NJ) each had 13 points. 

Session 3 PAC-12 Court 2 Final: Stanford 99 UCLA 97
In one of the closest games of the event, Stanford was led by combo guard Rakease Passmore with 25 points with 5 threes. Jaden Toombs (Dynamic Prep/TX) had 17 points and 9 rebounds, Ahmad Nowell had 16 points, 7 assists and 7 rebounds, Eric Freeny added 12 points, and Lathan Summerville had 11 points. 

UCLA got an event-high of 33 points from Larry Johnson, as he was scoring from 3-levels and aggressively going to the rim. Mikey Lewis had 19 points and 7 assists, Labaron Philon had 13 points and 6 assists, and Tounde Yessoufou (St. Joseph/CA) added 10 points. 

Session 3 PAC-12 Court 3 Final: USC 75 Colorado 68
In the auxiliary gym, USC would edge out Colorado behind Drake Powell’s 15 points, Ring Nyier (Liberty/AZ) with 12 points, Miles Goodman (O’Dea/WA) with 11 points, and Jeremiah Green (Guyer/TX) had 10 points.  Colorado was led by Nassir Cunningham with a game-high 16 points, Pape N’Diaye (Trinity/NV) with 13 points, and 10 points from Marcus Allen (Compass Prep/AZ).