Breakout Players: Pangos Camp

The Pangos All-American Camp saw several players improve their stock nationally. Here are's top six breakout players.

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Quick Take: While watching Bell, a 6-foot-7 power forward, for the first time we received a tip that he was arguably the top shot blocker on the west coast. After a few looks, he may even be the best shot blocker in the country. He didn't do a ton on the offensive end, but he certainly made his presence felt on the defensive end. He's quick off his feet, is an elite athlete and has great timing. His ability to swat shots was felt throughout the camp.

Recruiting: UCLA, USC, Arizona, Washington, San Diego, San Francisco

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Quick Take: The buzz began during his first game at camp and it picked up as Pangos wore on. His right-handed dunk through traffic was a statement, but he showed off so much more. It's clear he knows the game, has a high IQ and is a terrific passer. The 6-foot-6 wing made his way into the top 25 all-star game and certainly made an impression on the scouts in attendance.

Recruiting: Texas A&M, Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State, Richmond, Sam Houston State, Texas-Arlington, The Citadel, USC, Wichita State

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Quick Take: The brother of current UCLA big man Anthony Stover strung together quite a weekend. The 6-foot-5, maybe 6-6, wing prospect scored at a high rate and did it in a variety of ways. He worked his jump shot and snuck in some strong drives to the basket. He made a name for himself at Pangos and was one of the better scorers at camp.

Recruiting: LMU, Boise State, San Francisco, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, Boston College, Washington State, Pepperdine.

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Quick Take: The 2013 small forward had a good camp, but a great all-star game, as he broke out for 30 points on 11 of 16 shooting from the field and 5 of 7 from beyond the arc. Domingo is a pure shooter who is developing as a scorer. Either way, he's one of the top shooters in the next couple of classes and will be recruited accordingly.

Recruiting: Arizona, Arizona State, California, Georgetown, Memphis, San Diego, San Diego State, San Francisco, Stanford, UCLA, UNLV, Washington, Washington State

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Quick Take: It was tough to find too many players at Pangos who brought the competitive spirit that Alcantara did. He got in the game and went hard, attacking the basket and defending. Alcantara had games where he was almost impossible to guard from the perimeter as his outside shot was going while he was also aggressive to the rim.

Recruiting: UCLA, Oklahoma, Georgia Tech, Tennessee, DePaul, Dayton.

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Quick Take: Edosomwan came to Pangos like he had something to prove and he definitely made his mark. When he caught the ball he went straight to the glass, throwing down numerous one-handed jams throughout the camp. He played hard, rebounded and was tough on defense.

Recruiting: Arizona State, Cal Poly, Colorado, Harvard< Pennsylvania, San Francisco, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Vanderbilt

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