Complete List of Pangos Award Winners

The recognition keeps pouring in for the Texans who attended the Pangos All American Camp in Los Angeles last weekend.  2012 Alex Caruso’s achievements have been well documented on every national site in the country.  2012 Chase Brogna of Houston St. Thomas also made a name for himself.  In addition to http://www.areacodes.com/ giving him props, the combo guard with the sweet perimeter shot snagged the “Best Three Point Shooter Award” as named by Ronnie Flores of  http://www.espnrise.com/

2011 PANGOS ALL-AMERICAN CAMP AWARDS

(Selected by Ronnie Flores of ESPNRISE.com)

Rafer Alston award (Best handle in open court): Daquan Walker, Constitution (Philadelphia, Pa.)
John Stockton award (Best handle in half court): Tyler Lewis, Forsyth Country Day (Lewisville, N.C)
Stacey Augmon award (Best on-the-ball defender): Jahmel Taylor, Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth, Calif.)
Trent Tucker award (Best three-point shooter): Chase Brogna, St. Thomas (Houston, Texas)



Bill Russell award (Best shot blocker): Jordan Bell, Poly (Long Beach, Calif.)
Kevin Love award (Post interior passer): Grant Jerrett, La Verne Lutheran (La Verne, Calif.)
Scott Skiles award (Best perimeter passer): Marcus Paige, Linn Mar (Marion, Iowa)
Ronnie Fields award (Best dunker): Anthony Bennett, Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.)
Kurt Rambis award (Hardest worker in the paint): Charles Mitchell, Wheeler (Marietta, Ga.)
Mario Elie award (pleasant surprise): Alex Caruso, A & M Consolidated (College Station, Texas)


Lamar Odom award (not playing up to potential): Isaiah Austin, Grace Prep (Arlington, Texas)
Ralph Sampson award (not using god given talents): Aaron Gordon, Archbishop Mitty (San Jose, Calif.)
Schea Cotton Award (player who looks good in camp environment): Dominic Artis, Salesian (Richmond, Calif.)
Phil Ford award (player who would shine in more structured setting): Paige
Player who deserved to be in Top 50 game: Travon Landry, Bryan (Bryan, Texas)


Best Top 50 who deserved to be in Top 25 game: Jordan Bell
Top 25 player better suited for the Top 50 game: Jabari Bird, Salesian (Richmond, Calif.)
Biggest sleeper that emerged: Stefon Jankovich, Huntington Prep (Huntington, W. Va.)
Best Overall Prospect: Andre Drummond, St. Thomas More (Oakdale, Ct.)
Camp MVP (highest consistent level of play in every game): Shabazz Muhammad, Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, Nev.)

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