This weekend over 100 of the nation's top high school basketball players will be in Long Beach (Calif.) playing at the 2012 Pangos All-American Camp.
"Over the last decade, the Pangos All-American Camp has been the premier showcase in the Los Angeles area for high school recruits," said west coast basketball recruiting analyst Josh Gershon. "You can go up and down Pac-12 rosters and find countless players who participated in this event.
There will be no shortage of USC recruits at the three-day camp.
The Trojans are actively recruiting over a dozen of the athletes who will be in attendance.
"Something that Pangos is known for is players emerging and proving themselves as national level prospects," said Gershon. "You can be sure the USC staff will be very interested in who performs well this weekend.
Phoenix (Ariz.) Paradise Valley small forward Paul Watson, Sacramento (Calif.) Sheldon small forward Dakarai Allen, and Chandler (Ariz.) Basha small forward Jaron Hopkins will all be taking unofficial visits to USC while in Los Angeles for the camp.
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