Top Performers: Pangos Camp

It's not surprising to see Shabazz Muhammad on this list, but other UCLA prospects like Robert Upshaw also made the elite group...

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Quick Take: This spring has seen Upshaw consistently accelerate his stock towards the top of the rankings and he did nothing to slow down that momentum this weekend. He's continuously improving his post moves, but beyond that he was strong on the glass, played tough defense and showed he can step out and shoot.

Recruiting: Arizona, Arizona State, Florida, Fresno State, LSU, Tennessee, Texas, UCLA, USC, Utah, Maryland, North Carolina

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Quick Take: Getting to the basket for lay-ups and dunks was effortless for the lanky Dunn, who was smooth to the hoop all weekend. Pangos is mostly transition basketball which is where Dunn excelled, as he not only could consistently find his way to the basket but he did a good job of setting his teammates up for buckets.

Recruiting: Connecticut, Marquette, Providence, plus others from ACC, Big East and Ivy League

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Quick Take: One of Pangos' MVP's, Bennett was in attack mode throughout the camp. He was a threat to either hit the three or drive past his man and throw down on whoever stood in his way in the paint. Bennett has a rare combination of size, athleticism and shooting ability, and no one at Pangos showed much of an ability to slow him down.

Recruiting: Florida, West Virginia, Florida State, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington, UNLV, Arizona, Kentucky, Pittsburgh, Arizona

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Quick Take: The wide open style of Pangos was perfect for Gordon, who is as good as it gets at his position in the open court. Gordon was all over the boards and when he got a rebound he raced up the court, often converting on the other end. On offense he was aggressive towards the basket, using his athleticism to finish strong at the rim.

Recruiting: Arizona, Washington, Kansas, New Mexico

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Quick Take: All the hard work is paying off. Word out of Vegas is Muhammad is in the gym every morning at 6 a.m. and makes a return trip later in the day. This past weekend at Pangos he was as aggressive and an intense as we've seen him. He attacked the basket looking to put defenders on a poster, but also showed off his mid and long-range jump shot. He's making a run at the No. 1 spot in the country and he's making a strong case.

Recruiting: Arizona, UCLA, Duke, North Carolina, Kansas, Memphis, Kentucky

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Quick Take: Coming into Pangos some questioned Drummond's motor and determination when he steps on the floor. He answered those questions in a big way. On day one he won a battle against the No. 2 center Isaiah Austin and at times Drummond was a dominant force in the paint. He rebounded the ball at a high rate, patrolled the paint looking to swat shots and he scored in the paint in a variety of ways.

Recruiting: Connecticut, Florida, North Carolina, Kentucky, plus others from ACC and Big East

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Quick Take: When Shepard, a combo forward out of Henderson (Nev.) Findlay Prep, takes the floor, you know he will bring effort to the table. At Pangos, he did more than that. To go with his energy and motor, Shepard attacked the basket, scored through contact and got to the free throw line at a high rate. He doesn't back down from the opposition and is playing with a lot of confidence right now.

Recruiting: New Mexico, San Diego State, Kansas, Memphis, Louisville, Kentucky, Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, UCLA

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Quick Take: Last year it was Branden Dawson that rebounded the ball well from the small forward spot, in the 2012 class it is Goodman. A high energy guy with a major motor, Goodman cleaned up misses, attacked the basket and played his trademark defense. He's a scrappy wing prospect that is fun to watch because of his effort and intensity.

Recruiting: Committed to Villanova


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