St George, UT – One of the most anticipated events of the year took place this past weekend in Utah. The Pangos Junior All-American Camp went from Saturday, March 6th until Sunday, March 7th. The camp offers a look at some of the top 6th, 7th, and 8th graders in the country. The two-day event, run by recruiting legend Dinos Trigonis featured skills, 5 on 5 play, and all-star games featuring the top players in each class. The camp also featured some quality floor general. In this article, a follow-up to our Top Floor Generals Pt 1 article, we take a look at some more of the top Point Guards from the event.
Timmy Anderson 5’7 Las Vegas, NV 2026 – Players and parents are always asking, “How do I get on the radar”? From now on my answer will be, “Play like Timmy Anderson at Pangos” He was terrific both days, playing with a high IQ, good pace, and good instincts. Anderson harassed on the defensive end and showed excellent speed and quickness while blowing by defenders. He was one of only 4 players from the class of 2026 to be selected to the Cream of the Crop game.
Isaiah Rogers 5’7 PG Corona, CA 2026 – Isaiah Rogers had a sequence on Sunday where he simply couldn’t be stopped. He accounted for 4 consecutive buckets, beating defenders off the bounce. He doesn’t look like he’s moving that fast, yet he somehow seemed to be moving faster than his opponents all weekend. Rogers was selected to the cream of the crop game for his efforts.
Tariq Bridges 6’2 Los Angeles, CA 2025 – I didn’t get to see much of Bridges during the initial camp play, however, in the Cream of the Crop game, he really stood out. His size is obvious, but when you combine it with his overall skill it’s easy to see why he’s a potential prospect. Bridges made a ridiculous bounce pass off the dribble that made even the most casual fan ohh and ahh. He shot it effortlessly with range and displayed one of the tightest handles at the camp.
Chase Holley 5’5 Los Angeles, CA 2026 – Holley is as competitive as they come. Although he stands at only 5’5 he was one of the better rebounding guards at the camp. Tenacious is probably the best word that describes him as he attacked the rim, and battled for boards through the weekend. He was efficient and managed to put together several strings of buckets in games.
Cassius Britt 5’2 Las Vegas, NV 2026 – Don’t let the baby face fool you, Britt is an absolute assassin, that played with a chip on his shoulder. He was one of the few players that used the mid-range, shooting it well from both there and behind the ark. He played with a lot of moxie and toughness earning a spot in the 7th grade A.S game.