Pangos All-American Camp Day Two Recap

By: Marcus Carr

Cerritos, CA.— With day two of Pangos All-American Camp in the bag, many players stood out with more games played and the ones from day one stayed hot including Zion Harmon, Cade Cunningham and Aminu Mohammed. Day one recap can be found here.

Daishen Nix


Nix was scorching hot in his first game on Saturday shooting 100% from the field including 5/5 from three point range. There aren’t many players in the camp who make the game look so effortless, but Nix is one of them. He’s a smooth point guard who has elite court vision and passing ability. Although his shot didn’t go his way in the second game, his impact was still felt by setting up his teammates to score.

Mikey Williams

The only incoming freshman at the camp stood his ground on Saturday and proved why he deserved the invite, the 6’3” guard scored 18 on 64% shooting in his first game despite being guarded by 6’6” Dalen Terry. He followed up his first game by scoring 14 in the second game as well, the athletic guard continues to turn heads and could very well be the No. 1 player in his class.

Josh Christopher

The 5-star guard seemed to be in a shooting slump in his first game on Saturday scoring only 9 on 50% shooting. Christopher immediately bounced back in his second game lighting up the scoreboard scoring 28 points including five made three pointers. On a team with three other 5-star recruits, the combo guard really stood out on the offensive end to close out the second day.

Isaiah Todd

One of the premier big men at Pangos displayed the ability to play point-forward on multiple occasions throughout Saturday. Todd made extremely nice reads passing up decent looks to give his teammates better looks. When his three point shot is falling the 5-star recruit looks like he could be an immediate impact at the next level.

JT Thor

The thin 6’8” wing isn’t a highlight reel but his size and ability to score and defend fits the mold of the modern 3 and D player. Thor scored 15 to along with two blocks and a steal in the first game, his length gave him the ability to alter many shots on the defensive end and disrupt the offense. He didn’t score the ball as well in the second game but he made some nice reads on the offensive end and is consistently a problem on the defensive end due to his long arms and active hands.