The Rivals.com staff had a great opportunity to evaluate some of the top talent in the country at the Pangos All-American Camp. Here is a list of prospects who impressed with both their play and their potential.
2011 6-foot-8 small forward
Daniels is hitting his stride as one of the top small forwards in the class of 2011. He has always been an active rebounder and a skilled ball handler and passer. Now Daniels has added a quality shooting stroke from behind the arc to his repertoire. Also a versatile defender, Daniels is on the quick track to five-star status.
2011 6-foot-3 shooting guard
An electric athlete with a solid build, Powell is going to score a lot of points on the college level. He is an explosive slasher who finishes above the rim, and can also get hot from behind the arc. He also possesses the tools to be a dominant backcourt defender
2012 6-foot-8 combo forward
Allen made a strong imprint on the Pangos All-American Camp. Whether he was dunking during scramble situations, making skilled decisions in the half-court offense or grabbing rebounds in traffic, Allen was constantly impacting the game. As he adds strength, he will only improve as a high level prospect.
2012 6-foot-9 power forward
Jerrett just might have been the most promising 2012 prospect at the Pangos All-American Camp. He utilizes his length and reliable hands as a rebounder, finishes with a soft touch while on the move and shows promise as a skilled face-up player. Like Allen, adding strength will be the key to his development.
2011 6-foot-3 wing prospect
Always a highlight reel type athlete, Bello is now making significant strides towards being a more complete player. His ball handling has tightened up, allowing him to take full advantage of his explosive first step. Bello is also now a more focused defender and rebounder.
2011 6-foot-7 small forward
With his man's body and man's game, Nash almost looked bored at times when his game wasn't adequately challenged. When things did get rolling for him, however, he was unstoppable. A comparison to Ron Artest was being thrown around the gym, and it fits Nash pretty well, especially when he plays with an energetic edge.
2011 6-foot-8 power forward
Always having been a promising prospect, Miller impressed this past weekend with an improved energy level on the court. A quintessential four man who can stretch the defense with his range, Miller also spent a lot of energy attacking the basket off the dribble. He also was strong on the boards.
2011 6-foot-6 small forward
Right from the beginning it wasn't too difficult to notice that "61" was regularly breaking free on the fast-break for dunk after dunk. After checking out Jones a little closer, it was also evident that he can slash to the basket and score, defend with energy and hold his own on the boards. Look for his recruitment to take off in July.
2013 6-foot-4 wing prospect
The younger brother of Texas wing and former five-star prospect Jordan Hamilton, Isaac Hamilton is an impressive prospect in his own right. A wiry athlete, Hamilton regularly made plays off the dribble and has the tools to be a dangerous versatile defender and rebounder.