Long Beach, CA – Two weeks ago, Dinos Trigonis hosted the first of four regional Frosh/Soph events at McBride High School in Long Beach CA, the All–West Fr/So Camp. The event featured approximately 200 players from the Western region of the US, as well as states as far as North Carolina. Two of the top players in the 2026 class nationally, Tyran Stokes and Brandon McCoy, were the obvious headliners but there was plenty of talent from the 2026 and 2027 classes represented in the gym. Players were placed on showcase teams that were named after college programs, and each team/player played in 3 showcase games over three sessions of play. The event wrapped up with a Top 60 Game and ended with Cream of the Crop Top 25 Game, with Stokes, Brayden Kyman, Elias Obenyah, and Ikenna Alozie earning co-MVP honors for the game. Brandon McCoy was named overall Camp MVP, as he displayed his elite two-way skill set all weekend long.
This article takes a look at 25 Standout Performers from the All-West Fr/So Camp, with some obvious names missing from this article that had impressive showings. Players like Julius Price, Abdoul Bare, Ja’Vance Coleman, Dalen Felder, and a few others performed very well at the All-West Camp but were already mentioned in my previous Central Cali edition article from this event. Therefore, I did not want to have an overlap in names from this article and the Central Cali edition. Plus I was able to include more players from the Camp overall between the two articles. Below is the link to the Central Cali edition. https://nbnmagazine.com/pangos-all-west-frosh-soph-camp-central-cali-edition/
In this article, I provide an in-depth look at 25 of my standout performers that I saw play live. The list of players is not in ranked order but listed alphabetically. Below, I provide a brief summary of how each player performed at the All-West Camp, the players’ information, and some notes on the players’ skill set. I begin with Ikenna Alozie.
2026 6’3 Ikenna Alozie (Dream City Christian/Glendale AZ)
Alozie was one of the more electric players at the camp with numerous crowd-pleasing dunks and a great burst of speed to attack the lane off the wing. Alozie stayed on the attack throughout the camp and was named co-MVP of the Top 25 Game. Alozie plays with great pace, accelerates quickly off the crossover, has the physical build to finish shots through contact, has good body control to hit tough shots, and goes at the rim when he sees an opening down the lane or on the baseline. Alozie is effective with the 3-ball, takes and makes difficult mid-range shots off the dribble, and is a creative finisher around size in the paint. Athletic and skilled combo guard that scores in volume.
2026 6’7 Drew Anderson (Santa Margarita Catholic/RSM CA)
This was my second time seeing Anderson in the last month and the combination of size, shooting ability, and skill set are very impressive and another Class of 2026 prospect that could jump up the ranks over the course of this upcoming season. Anderson has enough handle and moves to create shots off the dribble, has nice touch around the basket, makes good reads off the pick and roll as a threat from both outside and in the paint, and has a smooth and accurate shot from the 3-point line with range. Anderson can defend the 3 through 5, does a solid job on the glass, provides second-chance points, and has good court vision to make reads from the high post or from the wing finding cutters. Anderson is one to keep an eye on over the next few years and is making the most of his opportunities.
2026 6’2 Jaden Bailes (St. Augustine/San Diego CA)
Bailes displayed his ability to score the ball from 3-levels, as well as make plays to open teammates as a true lead guard. Bailes has a strong handle on the ball, keeps it on a string to survey the floor, plays with good pace and control, and moves well off the ball to get open perimeter looks. Bailes has a physical build, makes good use of the hesitation to get by his initial defender, and is a creative finisher at the basket through contact. Bailes is accurate with the 3-ball off the dribble or the catch-and-shoot, and has good court vision to find players when he breaks down the defense. Solid on the boards and a good on-ball perimeter defender.
2026 6’1 Aaron Banks (Prolific Prep/Napa CA)
Banks displayed relentless on-ball defense and timely shot blocking all weekend long, as well as his ability to control the pace of play at the lead guard position. Banks uses his wingspan and active hands to get deflections and steals that lead to open-court buckets. Banks has solid handles, the moves to create off the dribble, good change of speed with the ball in hand, and is a creative finisher around the basket. Banks is accurate with the 3-ball off the bounce and the catch and shoot, with the court vision to make plays when on the attack. Scores in volume.
2027 6’8 Baba Diop (The Webb School/Nashville TN)
Diop was active on the glass, altering shots around the basket, and showed good hands on finishes around the cup at the All-West Camp, which earned him a spot in the Top 60 Game. Diop has enough handle to push the ball off the glass, has enough moves to put the ball on the deck and attack the basket from the mid-post, and is capable of spacing the floor with the 3-ball to pull bigger defenders away from the paint. Long-term projections combined with the current tangibles make Diop an interesting prospect to track over the next four years.
2026 6’5 Joven Dulay (Folsom/CA)
Dulay had an impressive showing at the All-West Camp as one of the top scorers on Day 1, which earned him a spot in the Top 25 Game. Dulay displayed his physicality on takes off the dribble, moves well off the ball to get open for catch-and-shoot opportunities, and spaces the floor with the 3-ball effectively. Dulay has good footwork and post moves to create separation around the basket, and is able to finish through contact at the basket. Versatile player capable of operating off the perimeter or going to work in the paint.
2027 6’3 Heath French (Branson/Ross CA)
French, one of two impressive freshmen that attended the Camp, displayed his skill and ability to use his length to create off the wing and alter shots on the perimeter, which landed him in the Top 60 Game. French has a smooth handle on the ball, uses his wingspan to make use of the wide crossover to create space, is capable of making shots off the dribble, as well as the catch and shoot, and plays with good pace to keep his defender guessing. French has the length to shoot over perimeter defenders, and is a creative finisher around the basket when on the attack. French did a good job altering shots on the perimeter, and good timing to block shots coming from the weak side. Intriguing long-term prospect that should see his role for Branson increase next year after Jase Butler graduates, but able to provide an impact this season.
2026 6’6 Jaedan Goodman (Inderkum/Sacramento CA)
Goodman made his presence felt and his name known at the All-West Camp, as he was using the long wingspan and timing to block shot and shot all weekend, as well as his ability to space the floor with the 3-ball and control the boards. Goodman has nice touch on shots within 15 feet, has a decent handle to get downhill off the wing, and uses the pull-up jumper effectively. Goodman has a good motor, stays in the play, and as his perimeter game develops he will be a handful on offense, as well as one of the top two-way players in NorCal. Great upside and impressed the scouts in attendance.
2026 6’2 Rokiem Green (Canyon International Academy/AZ)
Green was one of the more electric guards at the All-West Camp and had multiple games where he displayed his ability to score the ball from 3-levels, as well as lock up opposing perimeter players en route to a Top 25 Game selection. Green gets into his opponent’s dribbling space, has active hands to generate turnovers that lead to transition points, and shows good anticipation when jumping passing lanes. Offensively, Green keeps the ball on a string, has the moves and shifts to shake his defender, attacks with assertiveness down the lane with the strength to finish through contact, and is accurate with the 3-ball off the dribble or the catch and shoot. Green has good body control and is capable of making tough jumpers off the bounce. True combination guard that scores in volume but has the court vision to make plays when the defense collapses.
2026 6’0 Justice Griffith (Centennial/Corona CA)
Griffith displayed his physical, bully ball style of play at the All-West Camp, as he was hounding opposing ball handlers on defense, turning defense to offense frequently, and attacking downhill and getting to the cup through contact routinely. Griffith has a strong handle on the ball, has good court vision to find teammates when attacking the paint, and makes good use of the stop-and-pop jumper. Griffith can space the floor with the 3-ball, which opens up driving lanes for him to attack, where he is at his best. Makes timely plays in key moments of games.
2027 6’2 Siincere Hudson (Inderkum/Sacramento CA)
Hudson displayed his ability to knock down shots from beyond the arc with accuracy, as well as active on the glass and defensive end, which earned him a spot in the Top 25 Game. Hudson was one of the better perimeter scorers at the All-West Camp, as he showed the court awareness to get to his shot spots, quick release on shots off the catch and shoot, and the handles to attack off the dribble when defenders over pursued on close-outs. Hudson does a solid job on the glass, can push the pace of play in the open court, and gets good lift on his jump shot. Tough player that pushed through with an ankle injury and still put up big scoring numbers and high-level of play.
2026 6’8 Brayden Kyman (Santa Margarita Catholic/RSM CA)
Kyman has truly emerged as a highly skilled all-around basketball player that is much more than a lights-out shooter from the perimeter. Kyman had his full offensive arsenal on display at the All-West Camp, which earned him Top 25 Game co-MVP honors. Kyman dominates the glass, has the handles to push the ball up the court, the court vision to find teammates up the court, and is tough to guard in transition, as he can knock down the 3-ball or go coast to coast. Kyman has improved his lead guard skills as a playmaker, and at his size, he is able to see over defenders and pick apart a defense from the top of the key. Kyman has the moves to create the separation to get to his shot spots, has a smooth stroke from the perimeter, and can score in volume when catching fire from deep. Love to see players make strides in their game despite having a known name since middle school.
2027 6’8 Mayom Mayom (Canyon International Academy/AZ)
Mayom was one of the better long-term prospects at the Camp, as he has elite athleticism and the physical attributes that allow him to impact the game in ways you cannot teach. Mayom had some hig flying dunks, blocks to the bleachers, and showed he can knock down the 3-ball constantly. Mayom has some handles, gets downhill when he puts the ball on the deck, and has nice touch around the basket. Mayom controls the boards, elite rim protector, and moves well off the ball to get open looks from the perimeter. One of the top prospects, if not at the top, in Arizona’s 2027 class and major upside.
2026 6’9 Samuel Mbingazo (Bishop Alemany/Mission Hills CA)
Mbingazo made impressions early and often with thunderous dunks and big-time shot blocks, but displayed more to his game as the Camp played out and earned a spot in the Top 25 Game. Mbingazo has good court vision, makes good reads from the high post, has good footwork and post moves to score in the paint, and nice touch on shots in the key. Mbingazo is accurate with the face-up mid-range jumper, uses the pump fake well to get bigs off balance, and can put it on the deck and attack the basket with authority. Big, physical frame that he uses to dominate the glass and runs the court well in transition.
2026 6’4 Brandon McCoy (St. John Bosco/Bellflower CA)
McCoy continues to ascend the national ranks for the 2026 class, and one of the most promising long-term prospects in high school basketball. McCoy was named overall camp Most Outstanding Player, as he was the most electric two-way player in the gym both days and showed his ability to impact various facets of the game, as well as being an elite athlete. McCoy dropped a smooth 30 points on Day 1 of the camp, but it was his impact on the defensive end that truly impressed. McCoy was blocking shots from the weak side, straight up, on the perimeter, and causing havoc on the perimeter forcing steals and easy buckets in the open court. McCoy has smooth handles, the moves to create off the bounce, can score it effectively from 3-levels, has the court vision to make plays when on the attack, and is looking to go at the rim when close. McCoy is an elite defender with the wingspan and length to defend in the post, along with the agility, footwork, and active hands to fluster perimeter players. One of my personal favorites to watch and after Stokes and Dybansta I would agree with Prep Hoop’s Gregg Rosenberg that McCoy is right after them at #3.
2026 6’4 Elias Obenyah (Salesian/Richmond CA)
Obenyah has been one of the fastest-rising prospects in the 2026 class over the past 3 to 4 months and showed improvement on his perimeter shot at the All-West Camp. Obenyah was one of the top overall scorers at the camp and was named co-MVP of the Top 25 Game, solidifying his name amongst the best in his class in California and deserving national recognition. Obenyah has good handles, moves to get downhill, the strength and length to finish through and over contact around the basket, and showed progress in his accuracy from the 3-point line. Obenyah does a solid job on the glass, can defend the 1 through 3 positions effectively, has active hands to generate turnovers, and has the court vision to find open teammates when operating at the top of the key. Obenyah plays with good pace, has a relentless motor, and does not back down from any competition.
2027 6’10 Paul Osaruyi (Canyon International Academy/AZ)
Osaruyi displayed his elite athleticism, raw power, monster dunks, and blocks sent to the stands at the All-West Camp, as he was one of the top long-term projected prospects in attendance. Although he does not have the skill set and firepower from the perimeter as players like Stokes and McCoy, Osaruyi has all the tangibles that high major Division 1 coaches seek after, and will be a name to keep in mind as his stock rises over the next few years in the 2027 class. Despite the play of fellow teammate and freshman, Mayom Mayom, the impact and size that Osayuri brings to the court will likely have him at the top of Gregg Rosenberg’s 2027 player rankings for Arizona. Osaruyi dominates the boards, makes the outlet pass quickly, and runs the floor very well for his grade and height. He is an elite rim protector with the agility and length to step out and alter shots on the perimeter. Osaruyi plays with a relentless motor and looks to hammer down anything close to the basket. There is a lot to like about this young prospect and as his game expands on offense, he will jump up the national ranks.
2026 5’11 Ahmari Otis (De Anza/El Sobrante CA)
Otis broke onto the scene in California hoops during the July Live Period, where he showed he can score the ball in volume from 3 levels with accuracy. Otis brought that level of play to the 20th All-West Camp and earned a spot in the Top 60 Game. Otis has tight handles, crafty moves to shake his defender, touch on the floater, a creative finisher around the basket oversize, and is accurate with the 3-ball off the bounce or the catch and shoot. Otis has good body control to follow through on tough shots from the perimeter, as well as a solid on-ball defender that creates turnovers and transition offense. Good court vision to make plays, but at this point, he is more of a scoring guard that can make plays when the defense collapses.
2026 6’3 Aiden Rollins (Franklin/Elk Grove CA)
Rollins is a wing/slasher that has the moves and handles to create off the dribble, court vision to make plays on the attack, and can spread the floor with the 3-ball. Rollins does a solid job on the boards, can push the pace of play in the open court, and alters shots on the wing, as well as the weak side in the paint. Plays with good pace and uses his length to get by his initial defender.
2026 5’11 Miles Sadler (Dream City Christian/Glendale AZ)
Sadler displayed some of the best point guard play at this year’s All-West Camp, as he was toying with defenders on the offensive end, and forcing turnovers on the defensive end which earned him a spot in the Top 25 Game. Sadler displayed great agility and active hands on the defensive end, and was locking up opposing ball handlers as soon as they crossed half-court, which led to frequent turnovers and transition buckets. Offensively, Sadler showed his elite handles, the shifty moves to create separation from his opponent, great blow-by speed once an opening presented itself, and creativity and touch within fifteen feet of the basket. Sadler sees the court well, makes great reads in tight spaces, and is effective from the perimeter to open up driving lanes and opportunities to make plays. Great motor and high basketball IQ.
2027 6’7 Jayden Shazier-Harbin (Inglewood/CA)
Shazier-Harbin displayed the natural tools combined with a promising skill set that could have him as one of the better long-term prospects in the current freshman class in California and beyond. Shazier-Harbin has a long wingspan, good instincts and timing to alter shots/protect the rim in the paint, the agility to step out and block perimeter shots, and does a solid job on the glass with enough handle to push the pace of play in the open court. Shazier-Harbin showed good movement off the ball, as well as moves to create space with accuracy from the 3-point line. Gets downhill, has good touch around the basket, and uses his length to disrupt passing lanes and create turnovers.
2026 6’8 Tyran Stokes (Prolific Prep/Napa CA)
Stokes was the highest-ranked prospect nationally, at #2 for the 2026 class, and he showed why in countless ways, capped off with a 43-point showing on Day 1 of the Camp. Stokes was also co-MVP of the Top 25 Game and had displayed his raw power mixed with athleticism on countless dunks and blocks at the rim. Stokes has the moves to create off the dribble, next-level range with the 3-ball, makes good use of the crossover to get by his defender on the wing, and the strength to finish through traffic at or above the basket with authority. Stokes has good footwork, great agility at his size, and quick spins moves and up and unders to blow by bigger opponents. Stokes is active on the glass, loves to push the pace of play, and has the court vision on display with some dimes in the open court. Defensively, Stokes protects the rim, can switch off on smaller players, and can hold his own against opposing bigs.
2027 6’0 Julian Turner (Shasta/Redding CA)
Turner displayed quality pure point guard play at the All-West Camp, as well as the ability to score the ball when the opportunity provided. Turner keeps the ball on a string, plays with good pace and control with the ball in hand, makes good use of the hesitation to keep his defender off balance, and is accurate with the 3-ball off the dribble or the catch and shoot. Turner has good court vision, is a willing facilitator while probing the defense, and makes good reads in tight windows. Good body control and creativity on finishes around the basket.
2026 6’3 JoSahn Webster (King Drew/Compton CA)
Webster was another player that did a great job of showcasing his strengths and was knocking down mid-range shots all weekend, which helped him earn a spot in the Top 60 Game. Webster has good handles and moves to get to his shot spots, is very efficient on his mid-range jumper to the 3-point line, gets good lift on his shot, and has great touch on the floater. Webster does a solid job on the glass, can push the pace in the open court, and stays within his skill set throughout the camp, which most players fail to do.
2026 6’1 Rodney Westmoreland III (Dougherty Valley/San Ramon CA)
Westmoreland did what you need to do at a showcase, which is to display the skills you have. Westmoreland has nice handles, makes good use of the hesitation to get his opponent off balance, has good body control through contact on perimeter shots, as well as around-the-basket finishes, and can knock down the 3-ball off the dribble or the catch-and-shoot. Westmoreland keeps the ball on a string, has the vision to find teammates when on the attack, and keeps pressure on the defense to force the collapse for easy kick-out dimes. Solid on-ball defender that generates turnovers and easy buckets on the other end.
2026 6’3 Joseph Wicker (St. Anthony/Long Beach CA)
Wicker is a crafty wing/slasher that was knocking down shots from the perimeter and showing his ability to create his own offense or make plays for others, which resulted in a Top 60 Game selection. Wicker has solid handles, shifty moves to create space from his defender, the ability to create shots off the bounce, and moves well off the ball where he is very accurate with the 3-ball off the catch and shoot. Wicker has active hands on defense and jumps passing lanes in timely fashion to create turnovers. Wicker makes good use of the wide crossover to shake his opponent, which opens up opportunities to score or make plays when attacking open lanes.