Pangos Sweet 16 Day 2

A recap of the action from day 2 at the Pangos Sweet 16 at Cabrillo High School in Long Beach

Cameron Walker-2015 (Righetti/Compton Magic Select) He can really do it all at 6'7". Walker hits from deep, he takes his defenders off the dribble and finishes at the rim and almost threw down the dunk of the day had he not been fouled. Walker is a recruit that San Diego State would love to be able to have in the 2015 class.

Rex Pflueger-2015 (Mater Dei/Compton Magic Select) Pflueger looks to be getting close to 100% following an ankle injury. He was shooting lights out this weekend and was effective in transition for the Magic.

Sedrick Barefield-2015 (Corona Centennial/Compton Magic Select) Barefield handles the game so well and can score in a variety of ways. He's an elite level passer that has colleges all over him. Memphis, Boston College, Kansas State, UConn, Fresno State and San Diego State have all offered. He's said that Michigan has been coming on strong.

Tra Holder-2014 (Brentwood/Earl Watson's Pangos Elite) The game comes so easy to Holder that at times he appears to be in slow motion on the court. He's great at splitting the pick and roll and getting to the rim. Florida State is the most recent offer and Arizona State head Coach Herb Sendek watched him on Saturday. San Diego State would be happy to add him to the 2014 recruiting class.

Robbie Berwick-2014 (Atascadero/Earl Watson's Pangos Elite) Berwick was playing his first tournament with Pangos Elite, but it didn't look that way. He was stroking it from deep and played hard the entire game. Several coaches were watching including SDSU AC Justin Hutson.

Joe Furstinger- 2014 (Santa Margarita/Earl Watson's Pangos Elite) Furstinger has really showcased his skills the last two tournaments during the open period. He's got surprising athleticism, is really active in the post grabbing rebounds and his range stretches out to the three-point line. He has offers from Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, and Fresno State. Interest from the Big 10 and Pac 12 has begun.

Lonzo Ball-2016 (Chino Hills/QJZ) Ball and his teammates on QJZ have never seen a shot they haven't liked thanks to their Grinnell-like style of play. Lonzo has to be in the conversation as one of the top 2016 prospects on the west coast. The 6'3" point guard is long and knows how to run the team. His brother Li Angelo Ball was huge from long range in the upset over Compton Magic Select. Even their youngest brother, Mello Ball, an 11 year old in the class of 2019 was hitting from long range in both games on Saturday making coaches in the stands shake their heads.

TJ Leaf- 2016 (Foothills Christian/Compton Magic 2016) At 6'8" he's able to utilize his guard skills from before his growth spurt. He plays the game so efficiently; he's got long distance range and is an excellent offensive rebounder. He's heard from many west coast schools including San Diego State.

Johnny McWilliams- 2016 (San Marcos/Compton Magic 2016) He's got a great frame at 6'4", is an outstanding shooter off the dribble and has tremendous athleticism. McWilliams is a player that not many are aware of at this point, but that should change following this summer.

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