Pangos Summer Shootout

The Pangos Summer Shootout has some intriguing prospects, including several good, young high-major prospects from Utah like center Brayden Bell...

Here's a look at some of the prospects who have caught our attention at the Pangos Summer Shootout.

Brayden Bell, 6-10 JR C Salt Lake City (Utah) Brighton. A big-bodied post, Bell is easily the most skilled center we've seen in the 2005 class. A terrific outside shooter, he can also handle and pass very well. He's not real explosive off the floor, but moves very well. An elite, high major prospect.

Lee Cummard, 6-6 SR SG Mesa (Ariz.) High. He's still very skinny, and not well known nationally, but Cummard is one of the best wing prospects we've seen in the class. Great feel for the game, a relentless competitor and very skilled. He'll go on a two-year mission out of high school, presumably put on some weight and be a very good player at the high major level a few years from now.

Tyler Newbold, 6-4 JR SG Payson (Utah) High. Very good shooter with good size and leaping ability. Mid to high major prospect.

Savoy Fraine, 6-6 JR SF Granada Hills (Calif.) High. Long and very skinny, Fraine moves very well and is effective slashing to the hole. Outside shot is just decent, but he's versatile and has a nice upside. If he can gain weight and strength, he'll be an interesting mid major prospect.

Shawn Green, 6-7 JR SF Salt Lake City (Utah) Olympus. Good frame – could get stronger – and a very good stroke with range. Mid to high major prospect.

Everest Schmidt, 6-7 SR C Hoopa (Calif.) Hoopa Valley. A wide body, Schmidt is the half-brother of former Stanford center Tim Young. Very different body type from Young, but an intriguing prospect nonetheless. Good hands and feet. Needs to get in better shape, but could be interesting at the mid major level.

Cody Levitt, 6-8 JR PF St. George (Utah) Snow Canyon. Slender and agile, with quick feet and moves very well. Mid to high major prospect.

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