What I learned from Pangos camp 

June, 4, 2012
LONG BEACH, Calif. -- After 10 years, the Pangos All-American Camp carved out a niche for itself on the June calendars of high-level players. The strength of the camp wasn’t the future lottery picks, as it has boasted in the past, but the overall breadth of talent. There wasn’t nearly the disparity from the first to the last player that there has been in years past.

Camp ball isn’t for everyone. There are certainly better outlets for evaluating, but ’tis the season and even in up and down settings there are ways to stand out from your peers. Nearly 120 prospects gathered at Cabrillo High School to further the camp’s tradition as being one of June’s must-see exposure camps.

[+] EnlargeConner Frankamp
Courtesy of Scott KurtzKansas commit Conner Frankamp is the all-time leading scorer in Wichita City League play.

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