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Wrapping up Pangos camp

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CARSON, Calif. - It was only fitting that Stephen Domingo saved his best for the last day, Sunday, of the Pangos All-American Camp. By name, Sunday's should be his time to shine and that's what the rising junior from San Francisco did. He leads a group of guys who were under the radar hoping to make the most of the weekend.
Pangos under the radar performers
Stephen Domingo, SF (San Francisco, 2013)- The ridiculous shooting display he put on from deep during the Top 50 camp game was just the culmination of what he'd done all weekend. Given that he's already a highly ranked four-star prospect, it's not a surprise that he was able to go off for 30 points (11-18 FG, 5-7 3PT) and six rebounds. Domingo is as pure a jump shooter as there is in the country, regardless of class, has great size and he is much more skilled creating shots off the dribble than people want to give him credit for.
Eddie Alcantara, SF/SG (Chicago, 2012)- Playing away from his summer team the Mac Irvin Fire, the 6-foot-4 wing had a chance to show more of what he can do. He's a transition finisher, drives to the bucket and is capable of playing some intense perimeter defense. Coaches are going to like his intensity come July.
Akoy Agau, PF (Omaha, 2013)- At each stop this spring, the rising junior big man has been consistent and gotten a little better each time out. His natural instincts are good, he has good hands and he doesn't get too high or too low based on results, he just plays.
Dakarai Allen, SF/SG (Sacramento, 2013)- The long and athletic Allen was constantly making plays in passing lanes and playing with good effort. Already a three-star prospect after seeing him last summer with Play Hard Play Smart and then with his high school time during the winter, he's improved since we last saw him in December.
Treshawn Bolden, PF (Jackson, 2013)- There's nothing really fancy about Bolden. The rising junior is a tough, physical and streamlined athlete who scores opportunistically on put backs and slams. Every team needs a guy to do some dirty work and he seems happy to do so.
Jahmel Taylor, PG (Los Angeles, 2013)- Taylor wasn't the tallest point guard in camp. But, he was among the toughest, the quickest and he was certainly one of the best pull up jump shooting guards in camp. At 5-foot-10 he's got a quick release, can create his shot against most defense and does so without being selfish.
Darion Clark, PF (Atlanta, 2013)- How did he not make at least the top 50 camp game? At 6-foot-6 or 6-foot-7 he's a strong, athletic and tough power forward. Clark has an excellent first step and can get to the rim in a hurry on strong dribble drives out of the post. He rebounds and will compete on both ends.
Demarquise Johnson, SF (Phoenix, 2012)- He's another where there doesn't seem to be any reason for him to have not been in one of the camp's two ending showcase games. A big time transition finisher with serious bounce, he uses that explosion to his advantage on his jumper as well.
Savon Goodman, PF (Philadelphia, 2012)- Goodman seems to revel in physical play and tearing down rims. He's not the tallest power forward, but he more than makes up for it with his length and explosion off the floor to grab rebounds or go over guys. He works hard on both ends of the floor and should develop into a valuable piece of the puzzle for Villanova.