2nd Annual Pangos All-American Camp Set For June 4-6
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2nd Annual Pangos All-American Camp Set For June 4-6

Chicago Hoops
March 26, 2004

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The 2nd annual Pangos All-American Camp will be held on Friday – Sunday June 4-6, 2004 at the Warrior Center (Cypress CA). The Warrior Center is located just 20 minutes from both Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and John Wayne Aiirport (Orange County).

This invitation-only individual camp will showcase 100 of America’s finest prep prospects and will consist of individual skill instruction, guest speakers and games. Former USC assistant Dave Miller was sensational last year as the head camp skills instructor and will again return to lead campers in camp drills and instruction.

Action begins Friday night June 4th and concludes with the “Cream of the Crop” Top 40 game (11:30am) and “Cream of the Crop” Top 20 game (12:30pm) on Sunday June 6th. The camp will be open to the public – daily admission will be $5.00.

Pangos All-American Camp
2003 All-Star Selections

Robert Swift (USC signee/2004 McDonald’s All-American)
Arron Afflalo (UCLA signee/2004 McDonald’s All-American)
Jawaan McClellan (Arizona signee/2004 McDonald’s All-American)
Dorrell Wright (DePaul signee/2004 EA-Sports Roundball Classic All-Star)
Justin Cerasoli (Seton Hall signee/2004 EA-Sports Roundball Classic All-Star)
Gabriel Pruitt (USC signee/2004 EA-Sports Roundball Classic All-Star)
Mohamed Tangera (Arizona signee)
Kyle Lowrey (Villanova signee)
Jason Horton (Missouri signee)
Dion Dowell (Texas signee)
Lorenzo Mata (UCLA signee)
Antonio Kellogg (committed to UConn)
Gordon Watt (Boston College signee)
Aaron Agnew (Iowa State signee)
Curtis Allen (Kansas State signee)
Marcel Jones (Oregon State signee)
Rico Tucker (Minnesota signee)
Lorenzo Keeler (San Diego State signee)
Matt Sargeant (committed to Princeton)
Tai Wesley (BYU signee)
Todd Follmer (UC-Santa Barbara signee)
Jamal Boykin (Top 25 national junior)
Theo Davis (Top 25 national junior)
Bryan Harvey (Top 25 national junior)
Shane Clark (Top 25 national junior/committed to Villanova)
Lawrence Hill (Top 50 national junior)
Joe Darger (Top 60 national junior)
Christian Polk (Top 15 national sophomore)
Nic Wise (Top 15 national sophomore/committed to Arizona)
Taylor King (#1 national freshman)