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Pangos All-American Camp draws elite basketball talent to West Coast


The Pangos All-American Camp tips Friday evening at Cabrillo High School and runs through Sunday afternoon. Cliff Alexander Chicago is expected to be joined by 247Sports.com's No. 1 prospect in the 2014 class Emmanuel Mudiay, a do-it-all 6-foot-4 guard from Prime Prep (Dallas). No. 3 Chris McCullough, a 6-9 forward committed to Syracuse, No. 5 Kevon Looney, No. 6 Rashad Vaughn and No. 9 Daniel Hamilton are other top 2014 prospects scheduled to participate. (Max Preps)


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