Las Vegas, NV – Tuesday, June 6th, was the 3rd and final day of the 21st Annual Pangos All-American Camp at Bishop Gorman High School. The event featured approximately 115 national prospects from around the country, they were placed on teams of 10 or fewer players and competed in 4 sessions/rounds of showcase games, which were then followed by the Creme of the Crop Top 25 and Top 50 All-Star Games. This article provides a recap of the Day 3 games, which include the final session of games, along with both all-star games.  The 6 ACC teams played in the 1st set of games, whereas the 6 Pac-12 teams played in the 2nd set of games for a total of 6 games to wrap up showcase play before selections were made for the two all-star games. I will look at the games in the order of play and list the court number associated with the game for Session 4, followed by a recap of the Top 30 Game then the Top 60 game. All games of the event can be watched on BallerTV using the following link:

After the all-star games were concluded, individual awards were handed out. Flory Bidunga and Cam Scott were selected as the overall camp co-MVPs, as Bidunga was the most dominant player at the event in the post and Scott was one of the leading scorers with a camp-high of 34 points in Session 4. Rob Wright, Vyctorius Miller, Mercy Miller, and Ahmad Nowell were co-MVPs of the Creme of the Crop Top 30 Game. Jase Richardson, Jamari Phillips, and Styles Phipps were co-MVPs of the Creme of the Crop Top 60 Game. Below is a recap of each game played on Day 3 of the camp and highlights the top performers for each game and their relevant stats. 

Session 4 ACC Court 1 Final: North Carolina 93 Duke 91

UNC came out on top to wrap up Session 4 before the all-star games and was led by Vyctorius Miller’s (Compass Prep/AZ) monster 32-point scoring outburst connecting on 6 threes to go along with 8 rebounds. Mercy Miller (Notre Dame/CA) and Adam Njie (Cardinal Hayes/NY) put in 18 points apiece, along with 13 points from Bryce Heard (Monteverde Academy/FL). 

Despite the loss, Duke had some impressive performances led by Boogie Fland (Archbishop Stepinac/NY) with 19 points, 6 assists, and 5 rebounds. Isaiah Abraham (Paul VI/VA) connected on 4 threes for 16 points, and Ryan Jones (Rock School/FL) continued his 3-point shooting display scoring 15 points. Flory Bidunga (Kokomo/IN) put up a monster double-double with 17 points and 15 rebounds to help wrap up his overall camp co-MVP. 

Session 4 ACC Court 2 Final: Florida State 111 Virginia 100

FSU had six players score in double-digits, but none were as impressive as John Mobley Jr.’s (Bishop Gorman/NV) camp scoring a high of 34 points, connecting on 4 threes in the process, and 6 assists. Tyler Betsey (St. Thomas/CT) scored 18 points and hit 3 threes, Robert Hinton (Harvard-Westlake/CA) dropped 17 points, Jasper Johnson (Woodford County/KY) continued his scoring output with 14 points, and Matt Gilhool (Long Island Lutheran/NY) added 11 points. 

Virginia was led, as it was throughout the 4 sessions of games, by the dynamic point guard Rob Wright (Neumann Goretti/PA) with a team-high 30 points connecting on 6 threes. Vegas native Taj Degourville (Durango/NV) knocked down 5 threes for 19 points and 9 assists, Trent MacLean (Thousand Oaks/CA) had 17 points hitting 3 threes, Godswill Erheriene (Long Island Lutheran/NY) scored 13 points, and Jared Harris (Silsbee/TX) chipped in 12 points. 

Session 4 ACC Court 3 Final: Syracuse 116 Notre Dame 110

Syracuse finished off the 4th Session of games with a win and some impressive individual performances led by Kon Knueppel (Wisconsin Lutheran/WI) and James Brown (Link Academy/MO) going for 28 points apiece, with Brown pulling down 10 boards for a huge double-double. Trent Perry (Harvard-Westlake/CA) poured in 20 points, as he got it going the last two rounds of showcase games. 

Notre Dame got huge contributions from two players that led them throughout the event in Cam Scott (Lexington/SC) and Tahaad Pettiford (Hudson Catholic/NJ) who scored 34 (an event high) and 26 respectively. Scott knocked down 8 threes and Pettiford connected on 7 threes. Aiden Sherrell (Prolific Prep/CA) had 14 points. 

Session 4 PAC-12 Court 1 Final: Oregon 123 UCLA 95

Oregon got its first win of the Camp and it came behind some big scoring performances, led by Jase Richardson (Bishop Gorman/NV) with 25 points. Jackson Keith (Southern/NC) had 22 points connecting on 4 threes, Derrion Reid (Grovetown/GA) had 16 points and 9 rebounds, and Jamari Phillips (Compass Prep/AZ) added 15 points. 

Labaron Philon (Baker/AL) led UCLA with 24 points and knocked down 6 threes. Larry Johnson (Huntington Prep/WV) put up 23 points and hit on 3 threes. Mikey Lewis (Accelerated Prep/CO) had 14 points, Davion Hannah (Nicolet/WI) scored 12 points, and Tounde Yessoufou (St. Joseph/CA) put up 11 points. 

Session 4 PAC-12 Court 2 Final: Stanford 84 USC 74

Stanford would have five players score in double-digits, led by Jaden Toombs (Dynamic Prep/TX) with 17 points and 9 rebounds. Rakease Passmore (Combine Academy/NC) and Lathan Summerville (The Skill Factory/GA) each had 13 points, Nick Jefferson (Bishop Gorman/NV) added 12 points, and Eric Freeny (Corona Centennial/CA) put up 11 points. 

Stanford was led by Nathan Guerengomba (South Kent/CT) with 15 points and Drake Powell (Northwood/NC) had 10 points. There were 5 players that scored between 7 and 9 points.

Session 4 PAC-12 Court 3 Final: Colorado 107 Arizona 91

Jalil Bathea (Archbishop Wood/PA) continued his high level of play and finished with 21 points and 5 assists and knocked down 5 threes. Nassir Cunningham (Overtime Elite/GA) also had a dominant showing and was one rebound shy of a double-double, with 21 points and 9 rebounds. Alexander Lloyd (Westminster Academy/FL) scored 18 points, Styles Phipps (St. Mary’s/AZ) scored 12 points, Amari Reed (Lancaster/TX) and Tyler Johnson (Oakridge/FL) each had 11 points, and Pape N’Diaye had 10 points and 8 rebounds. Seven of the eight players on the roster scored in double-digits. 

Arizona had five players score double-digits, led by Shon Abaev (Calvary Christian/FL) and Darius Adams (Manasquan/NJ) scoring 18 points each, with the former connecting on 4 threes. Jamier Jones (IMG Academy/FL) scored 13 points, and Hudson Greer (Lake Travis/TX) and Khaman Maker (Trinity/NV) each scored 12 points. 

Creme of the Crop Top 30 Game Final: Team Blue 167 Team Black 130

The Top 30 Game featured some elite high-major and future pro prospects, which was illustrated with 17 players scoring in double-digits. Team Black was led by Ahmad Nowell (Imotep/PA) with 19 points and 8 assists en route to a Top 30 Game co-MVP. Mercy Miller connected on 3 threes and scored 17 points and was also awarded Top 30 Game co-MVP. Cam Scott and Rakease Passmore had 16 points apiece and each connected on 4 threes. Ryan Jones hit 4 threes for a total of 14 points, Labaron Philon and Tahaad Pettiford each scored 13 points, Emmanuel Stephen (Dream City Christian/AZ) had a big double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds, Larry Johnson scored 12 points, and James Brown chipped in 10 points. 

Team Blue was led in scoring by two of the top overall players from the camp and Top 30 Game co-MVPs, Rob Wright with 23 points and Vyctorius Miller with 22 points, as each would knockdown 3 threes. Tounde Yessoufou and Jalil Bathea each scored 12 points, Trent Perry added 11 points, and Flory Bidunga rounded out the double-digit scoring with 10 points.  

Creme of the Crop Top 60 Game Final: Team Blue 124 Team Black 105

The Top 60 Game featured a ton of talent and highlights the depth of talent at the Pangos All-American Camp. Team Blue was led by Top 60 Game co-MVPs Jase Richardson and Styles Phipps, as they would have the top two scoring outputs of the game in 25 points and 23 points respectively. Robert Hinton and Tyler McKinley (Link Academy/MO) 14 points apiece, with McKinley also pulling down 6 rebounds. Aiden Sherrell scored 13 points and Nikolas Khamenia (Harvard-Westlake/CA) scored 11 points and had 7 rebounds. 
Team Black was led by Top 60 Game co-MVP Jamari Phillips, who had 18 points and hit on 4 threes, as well as 4 assists. Pharaoh Compton continued his dominant post play with 16 points, Keittan Bristow (Holiday/TX) had 14 points and 6 rebounds, flashy lead guard Adam Njie had 11 points, 6 assists, and 4 rebounds, and bigs Khaman Maker and Lathan Summerville each had 10 points and 6 rebounds.