Pangos: Final Day, Part A

LONG BEACH, Calif. -- The Pangos All-American camp came to a close on Sunday with Stanley Johnson and Zena Edosomwan winning the All-Star game MVP awards. Cliff Alexander, a Chicago native, won the camps Most Outstanding Player award.

Conner Frankamp, PG – It was yet another impressive showing for the Kansas commit. Frankamp was consistent throughout the event and had his jump shot on display once again. He's a knock down shooter, not only off the catch, but off the bounce as well. Frankamp is also a talented passer and a good decision maker. He's on the rise in the 2013 class.

Zena Edosomwan, C – During the final all-star game, Edosomwan, a 6-foot-8 post prospect headed to Harvard, went 7-for-9 from the field on his way to a 15-point, four-rebound effort. Edosomwan used his strength and frame to clear out the opposition and snag boards in the paint. Three of his four rebounds were on the offensive end and all three led to points. Edosomwan appears to be in better shape since mid-April and was certainly aggressive and assertive through the three-day camp.

Jermaine Lawrence, PF – Despite going down with a wrist injury in the last camp game, Lawrence, a 6-foot-11, 205-pound post prospect, showed why he's such a highly regarded prospect. At his size, he moves end to end incredibly well, is an impressive overall athlete and has the ability to put up points. He was selected to the top all-star game, but was unable to play due to an early flight.

Jarrell Martin, PF – One of the top performers at camp, Martin had another strong showing Sunday morning. Martin made his mark on the glass once again, but he also ran the floor with a purpose, flashed his jump shot and finished with ease around the basket. Martin's amped up his play and the amount of energy and effort he's playing with is fun to watch.

Hunter Myers, PF – The Nevada native strung together a pretty solid weekend. He's slightly undersized for the post at 6-foot-6, but he's still able to get quite a bit done in the paint. He's active on the glass and aggressively pursues rebounds on both ends of the floor. Myers also has a nice set of hands and good scoring touch around the basket.

Cliff Alexander, C – One of the elite post prospects in the 2014 class, Alexander left Pangos Camp with the Most Outstanding Player award and it was well deserved. Alexander over powered defenders in the paint all weekend and was a man on the glass. Going forward, Alexander still has room to improve by way of adding post moves, but he's a high level prospect with a bright future because of his size, athleticism, energy level and ability to the floor.

Stanley Johnson, SF – In the final all-star game, Johnson, a 6-foot-6 wing prospect, broke out for 18 points and five rebounds. Johnson scored it through contact in transition, had a couple nice finishes in the half court and knocked down one of his two three-point attempts. A strongly built wing, Johnson proved this weekend that he's effective in slashing roles, but also is a talented passer and a guy that hit shots from three when his feet are set.

Wayne Selden, SG – On Saturday, Selden described himself as a shooting and said that's the position he plans to play in college. But in the top 30 all-star game, Selden, a 6-foot-5 strongly built guard, slid over to the lead guard spot and handling the distributing duties. Selden tossed out six assists and showed off his vision and passing ability. Also a talented scorer, in the morning session of games, Selden shot the ball well, especially from mid-range.

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