Pangos Frosh/Soph: Top 40 Rankings

We took in all the sessions of the 2014 Pangos All-West Frosh/Soph Camp at Cerritos (Calif.) College over the weekend and broke down our notes and evaluations to rank the top forty players in attendance. 

The following rankings are based on evaluations of all 201 campers from all the sessions, not just the two Cream of the Crop All-Star Games. The following rankings are based on performance at the camp only, not on performance combined with previous honors, national or state player rankings. They are also ranked with actual performance in mind, not a player’s potential as a college prospect. Some players did not participate in every session of the camp and in some instances that altered the rankings. The camp was extremely deep and some players deserving of making the bottom 20 (21-40) of this list did not make the cut who easily could have. There was a drop off in talent after the first dozen or so and plenty of diminutive guards were in attendance. Keep in mind guard tend to dominate showcase settings such as the Pangos Frosh/Soph Camp (s).

1Brandon McCoy20176-10PFMorse
2Billy Preston20176-9PFRedondo Union
3Jalen Hill20176-8CCorona Centennial
4P.J. Fuller20196-4SGSeattle
5Jaylen Hands20176-1PGMater Dei (C.V.)
6Riley Battin20186-7PFOak Park
7Braden Olsen20175-10PGWest Linn (OR)
8Daejon Davis20176-2SFLakeside (WA)
9Jalen Harris20176-1PGWindward
10Deshawn Wilson20176-5SFClark (NV)
11Ryan Kiley20176-4SFBishop Gorman (NV)
12Ethan Thompson20176-3SGBishop Montgomery
13Robby Robinson20176-8PFKearny
14Terrence McBride20176-2SGSierra Canyon
15Matt Mitchell20176-6SFCorona Roosevelt
16Miles Oliver20175-11PGEtiwanda
17Jamal Hartwell20185-9PGFairfax
18Randall Walker20176-1SGEdison
19Michael Wang20186-8PFMater Dei (S.A.)
20Devontae Combs20196-9PFStoneridge Prep
21Elias Ballstaedt20176-4SGWasatch (UT)
22JoJo Bush20186-5PFVilla Park
23Harrison Butler20186-4SFMater Dei (S.A.)
24J.J. Watson20176-3SFDiamond Ranch
25Zafir Williams20176-4PFLong Beach Poly
26Jacob Hughes20176-10CServite
27Jailen Moore20175-11PGLakeside (CA)
28Isaiah Blackmon20176-4SFStoneridge Prep
29Cedric Washington20186-4SFTompkins (TX)
30Charles O'Bannon Jr.20176-4SFBishop Gorman (NV)
31LiAngelo Ball20176-4SFChino Hills
32Isom Butler20176-1PGEtiwanda
33Jamal Bey20186-4SFBishop Gorman (NV)
34Keith Carlton20186-0PGLynwood
35Isaiah Mobley20196-6PFTemecula
36Makani Whiteside20196-0SGWhittier
37Deandre Howard20176-6PFDiego Hills
38Scooter Smith20186-3SGBellflower
39Joe Quintana20176-1SGBonita
40Myles Franklin20176-3PGVilla Park

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