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Trio stands tall at Pangos

CARSON, Calif.- There were no surprises during the all-star game on the last day of the Pangos All-American Camp. Led by Shabazz Muhammad, the three top prospects in the camp were the best in the all-star game.
Shabazz Muhammad 2012, wing- They will have to tighten the bolt on the rims at Cal State Dominguez Hills after Muhammad's weekendlong onslaught on the basket. Muhammad only attacked the rim with more ferocity during the all-star game. His speed, strength and fearlessness make Muhammad the best transition player in the class.
All-star game stats: 23 points (game high), 8-12 from the field, 1-3 from three, 6-7 from the line, four rebounds and four assists.
Andre Drummond 2012, post- The theme of the weekend for Drummond was his over powering physical approach for the game. Drummond limited episodes of drifting on the perimeter without focus and more consistently took his game to the basket. When he attacks in this manner, he is very difficult to stop. Even though he got caught up some in the all-star game atmosphere and tried to showcase some of his perimeter skills for the audience, it was a dunk any time Drummond got the ball around the basket.
All-star game stats: 16 points, 7-11 from the field, 2-5 from the line, three rebounds.
Anthony Bennett 2012, combo forward- Bennett continues to be one of the most refreshing prospects on the circuit this spring. He is wired to compete and play with aggression and passion. His focus on winning had a positive impact on his team and the camp in general all weekend long. Nothing changed in the all-star game. As symbolized by his four steals and high shooting percentage, Bennett was dialed in and extremely effective.
All-star game stats:16 points, 7-8 from the field, 2-3 from three, two rebounds, one assist and four steals (game high).
Dominic Artis 2012, point guard- One of the high-rising point guards in the class, Artis had an efficiently effective all-star showing. His most impressive attribute is his ability to see the court while probing to score.
All-star game stats: 10 points, 4-7 from the field, 1-3 from three, 1-2 from the line, one rebound and six assists (game high)
Adam Woodbury 2012, post- Woodbury isn't going to beat you with athleticism, but he is going to make plays with his basketball IQ and skill level. A deft finisher with either hand, Woodbury also has the sure hands of a reliable positional rebounder.
All-star game stats: Four points, 2-5 from the field, six rebounds (game high) and one assist.
Robert Upshaw 2012, post- Like Woodbury, Upshaw isn't going to beat you with athleticism, but his size and shooting touch are impressive.
All-star game stats: 10 points, 4-5 from the field, 1-1 from the three, 1-2 from the line, three rebounds and one blocked shot
Winston Shepard 2012, combo forward- With his athleticism and aggressiveness, Shepard was an impact player throughout the camp and in the all star game. He consistently got to the rim and drew fouls with his slashing ability.
All-star game stats: 10 points, 3-3 from the field, 4-6 from the line, one rebound.
Solomon Poole 2013, point guard- Small in stature but full of strength and athleticism, Poole is a handful for other point guards to contain.
All-star game stats: 11 points, 5-6 from the field, 1-2 from three, one rebound and one assist.