Wright's Basketball Scouting Report. NorCal Players At Pangos AA.
These last two weekends I had the opportunity to scout and evaluate the best high school players in the country. The EYBL in Dallas Texas and The Pangos AA Camp in Long Beach Ca. At these events I evaluate the top prospects in the country and it also gives me the opportunity to evaluate Northern California prospects at the highest level of competition. Pangos had two prospects from NorCal. Isa Silva and Coleman Hawkins. I hope we can get more there in the future. Here's my take on these two prospects.
Isa Silva 6'3 2021 Guard Jesuit HS in Carmichael Ca.
Isa played solid basketball all weekend. He served notice that he's trying to become a high level prospect 2021 from NorCal. There was a good number of quality point guards from around the country. He demonstrated that he can be as effective as any of them competing at this level. He showed all the necessary skills to excel at the point guard position. His handles, court vision, and presence helped himself and his teammates put together a 4-0 record, and a spot in the top 30 game. He's got good patience when facilitating the offense, he probed the perimeter always making the correct reads, and his ability to consistently knock down the 3-point shot makes him that much more difficult to deal with. He posted the the highest assist total at camp with 15 and averaged 13.8 ppg.
Cole Hawkins 6'9 2020 Forward Prolifi Prep. Napa Ca.
Coleman presents a match-up problem for any team that plays against him, because of his versatility/utility style of play. This athlete with a long wing span does some things that makes a team better overall. He's excellent at making the long and short passes, he often found cutters and slashers going to the basket. He didn't score a lot, but he spots up in the corner with good shooting form for the catch and shoot. Right now his defense makes him valuable, he can guard multiple positions from baseline to baseline, his long wing span can make it difficult to score on him from the wings to the paint. Coleman is an example of being an effective player without scoring lots of points. With more time in the gym his offensive skill set is going to catch up.
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