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Who Showed Out at the 2023 Pangos All-American Camp?

This year's Pangos All-American Camp featured over 100 elite high school basketball prospects with tons of NBA scouts in attendance. Let's take a look at the 11 best players (and some other notable players) from the 21st annual Pangos All-American Camp.

Cam Scott - 24.8 PPG (56% from 3), 3.5 APG, 1 SPG

The South Carolina Gatorade Player of the Year was the talk of the camp and walked away with Camp Co-Most Outstanding Player honors alongside Flory Bidunga. The 6'5" G/F showed why he is such an intriguing prospect with his efficient shooting performances, explosive athleticness, ability to guard multiple positions, and his craftiness. He also was efficient in the Top 30 game, scoring 16 points (4-7 from 3) and dishing 5 assists. Scott recently took a visit to Oregon and is poised for a huge senior season.

Flory Bidunga - 13.8 PPG (84% from FG), 10.5 RPG, 2 BPG, 1 SPG

The number one center in the nation was another one of the top players at this year's event. Bidunga is a polished big that brings an elite interior presence on each end. Bidunga runs the floor extremely well and can get out in transition, proving that defenses need to have their eyes on him at all times. His IQ is another part of his game that he doesn't get enough credit for, but he's very smart at reading defenses and protection inside while on defense as well.

Larry Johnson - 25.3 PPG (44% from 3), 3.5 RPG, 1.3 SPG

Johnson had an incredible weekend at Pangos All-American Camp. He started off by scoring 25 on Day 1 and didn't slow down. Throughout the weekend, Johnson showed off his impressive shooting and ability to get to the hoop. He is an elite off-the-dribble shooter and has impressive athleticism and quickness. He is someone who should see their recruiting and 2024 player ranking take off and has already received offers from Cincinnati and Missouri since the camp.

Vyctorius Miller - 22 PPG (59% from 3), 4 RPG, 5 APG

Even if Miller isn't shooting the ball well (which wasn't often this weekend), he's still making an impact on the court. His playmaking was special and he has the ability to take over games with his shooting and craftiness. His most notable performance came in the final round team games on Day 3 as he sunk a game-winning three while scoring 31 points hitting 11 of 15 shots and making all six of the threes he attempted, along with 8 rebounds and 4 assists. When Miller is on, he is on. He had two games with six threes and also was Top 30 Co-MVP with 22 points and 5 rebounds. He has proved that he is a strong point guard recruit this summer.

Robert Wright III - 29 PPG (54% from 3), 3.3 RPG, 4.5 APG, 1 SPG

The Baylor commit was the leading scorer of the weekend. He shot the ball very well and dominated as a multi-level scorer. His craftiness and smoothness are huge in his getting to the hoop and he uses his strength to work his way around defenders. He's a player that has to be covered at all times and all over the court but still has exceptional playmaking and passing abilities. Wright III also was one of the Co-MVPs of the Top 30 Creme of the Crop game with 23 points and 5 assists. The 4-star transferred to Montverde Academy in April and is making his case for a 5-star ranking.

Naas Cunningham - 14.8 PPG (47% from 3) and 6.5 RPG

Naas Cunningham
Naas Cunningham at the 2023 Pangos All-American Camp. (@griffgreenberg)

Cunningham showed off more and more of his scoring as the weekend progressed. He runs the floor very well and uses his athleticism to finish in traffic and in transition. He is one of the more exciting players to watch because of his high-flying play and efficient shooting and his length allows him to secure steals and disrupt on defense. Cunningham released a Top 5 of Duke, Rutgers, UCLA, Kansas, and Memphis earlier this year.

Ahmad Nowell - 15.3 PPG (44% from 3), 6 RPG, 5.3 APG

While being listed as the shortest player at camp, Nowell made a huge impact in multiple ways in the games. His shot-creating for both himself and his teammates is excellent as his sudden bursts of speed off the dribble catches defenders sleeping. And although being the shortest at camp, he still grabbed an impressive 6 rebounds per game. His playmaking and IQ alone can justify why he is one of the top guards in the class. Nowell also won Co-MVP of the Top 30 game with 19 points and 8 assists.

Mercy Miller - 23.3 PPG (56% from 3), 4 RPG, 3 APG, 2.8 SPG

Mercy Miller was paired up on the same team with his cousin Vyctorius and the duo put on a show. Even a little bit of separation that Miller creates is enough to make defenders pay as he puts his head down and attacks but also shoots it extremely well from deep. He is very active on the defensive end and can hold his own. The Houston commit also won Top 30 game Co-MVP with 17 points, 5 rebounds, and 4 assists.

Rakease Passmore - 19.5 PPG (54% from 3), 4.5 RPG, 3 APG, 1 SPG

Passmore raised his stock even more with a tremendous weekend at Pangos. The fluidity in his game is intriguing and he finishes very well around the hoop. His shooting was seemingly automatic, pouring in two games with five threes and showing off his elite shooting ability both off the catch and off the dribble. He was unsurprisingly in consideration for MOP of the camp with how well he played and his recruitment should continue to stay hot.

Ryan Jones Jr. - 18.5 PPG (51% from 3), 6.5 RPG

Ryan Jones Jr.
Ryan Jones Jr. at the 2023 Pangos All-American Camp. (@griffgreenberg)

Jones is a 6'9" forward that can be a force in the paint, but really impressed many by showing off his shooting, making the most threes of any players at the year's camp. he scored 23 points in his best game of the weekend, hitting seven threes and grabbing eight rebounds in the game. His fluidity and calm but smooth play allows him to shoot over defenders and get to the hoop. Although he has battled injury, his ceiling is still very high.

Hudson Greer - 19 PPG (40% from 3), 3.5 RPG

Greer was arguably the best 2025 recruit at Pangos. He's an exciting player to watch, partly because of his extreme athleticism and fierceness that he plays with. Greer shot the ball well and moves very well without the ball. The intensity he plays with is unmatched and he scored 29 points in his third game of the weekend, shooting 12-16 from the field and displaying his aggressiveness and versatility. He picked up an offer from Alabama after the weekend and should continue to pick up many more high-major offers.

Other Notable Players:

Labaron Philon

Tahaad Pettiford

John Mobley Jr.

James Brown

Jase Richardson

Adam Njie

Thomas Sorber

Trent Perry

Taj DeGourville

Kon Knueppel

Darius Adams

Pape N'Diaye

Pharaoh Compton

Jalil Bethea

Derrion Reid

Jaden Toombs

Mikey Lewis

Nate Guerengomba


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