Pangos Camp - Event Recap

by Zack Sandberg | Tuesday, October 31st, 2017

Pangos Camp - Event Recap

The Pangos All Freshman/Sophomore Camp Tour came to the east coast this past weekend and set up shop in Riverwinds, New Jersey just outside of Philadelphia.

The camp drew prospects from up and down the east coast with a handful of local New England prospects in attendance.

Here’s a look at who impressed:

Dyondre Dominguez, New Hampton – The long, high energy forward excelled both in the open floor as well as on the defensive end. He showed his developing versatile skill with jumpers, drives, and passes alike. He was selected to the Top 30 Cream of the Crop Game and also named the MVP of the game with 14 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 blocks.

Alexis Reyes, Rectory – A bouncy point forward type, Reyes reinforced his spot as one of the top 2021 prospects in New England after a strong showing at Elite 75 Frosh/Soph. He was crafty around the basket, made his teammates better, and had a good frame that should add muscle. He was selected to the Top 30 Cream of the Crop Game.

Micawber Etienne, Rectory – A new name to emerge, the 6-foot-10 big man is all arms and legs right now but nonetheless relentless on the boards. He’s incredibly mobile with a great motor and has good post moves over either shoulder for such a young prospect. He was selected to the Top 30 Cream of the Crop Game.

Trey Hall, East Catholic – Another player who was selected for the Top 30 Game, the 6-foot-8 forward was another of Expressions’ “Big Three” in attendance. He drew praise for his versatility and skill level along with his big body and should certainly be one of the most talented players in the CIAC this year.  

Jack Molloy, Brunswick – Molloy made a name for himself at last month’s Elite 75 and continued to impress here. He was extremely aggressive from the wing, especially on the glass, and finished with 8 offensive rebounds in a single game as well as a handful of blocks to show off his incredibly high motor and positive energy.

Myles Foster, Brooks – He’s a wrecking ball of a youngster with a big body and great length - he boasts a 7-foot-3 wingspan. He made his mark here by attacking the rim hard and always defending the other team's best interior player.

Luke Murphy, Staples – The younger brother of current Charlotte guard, and former Fairfield Prep and Wilbraham Monson product, Ryan, Luke is very skilled with the ball. He has a clean stroke, great handles, was always looking to set-up his teammates and yet still able to get into the lane.