Chris Cunningham, a 6-foot-7, 225-pound big man from Diamond Ranch High School in Pomona, California was an eye-catcher as last weekend's Pangos All-American camp.
The big man stuck to his strengths at the camp, scoring and rebounding well inside the paint. Cunningham showed good maturity at his position and a high basketball IQ inside the paint.
"It's been a productive spring," Cunningham said. "I feel like I've done pretty well since my high school season ended. I feel like I've improved each week I go out and my goal is to get better every game out. I want to be as consistent as possible."
So far, so good. The West Coast prospect has watched his recruitment pick up this spring as well.
Cunningham said he has offers from Santa Clara and UC-Riverside while Stanford, Washington and Pepperdine are showing interest up this point. The three-star big man said he will participate in Santa Clara's elite camp this month.
Cunningham will return with his California Supreme team for the July evaluation period. A trip to the Nike Peach Jam and the Main Event are on the schedule. Cunningham added he's hoping for an invitation to the Amare Stoudemire big man camp as well.