Pangos All Fresh/Soph Camp Live on iHigh.com
October 9, 2010Georgia
Atlanta, GA -- iHigh.com, America's online youth sports community, has announced that they will provide free live streaming video from the Pangos Fullcourt Press All-South Frosh/Soph Camp. The event will be held at Holy Innocents HS in Atlanta, GA on October 9th and 10th.
To catch select games live on Sunday, just go to: allmetrosports.ihigh.com.
Top national scouts Jerry Meyer (Rivals.com), Van Coleman (Hoopmasters.com), Clark Francis (Hoop Scoop), Patrick Stanwood (Nothing But Net Magazine), Thom Jones (TJ Sports) and Dinos Trigonis (Fullcourt Press & Nothing But Net) as well as regional experts like Horace Neysmith (Hoop Scoop & All-Metro Sports) and national video sites BallisLife.com and One Entertainment will be descending on Holy Innocents HS in Atlanta GA this weekend (Saturday-Sunday October 9th - 10th) to attend the 5th annual Pangos All-South Frosh/Soph Camp.
Top players here will be invited to the Pangos All-American Camp held every June in Long Beach CA. “This is a top tier event that we’re pleased to cover”, says Marques Burnett, Regional Manager of iHigh in Georgia. “From the organizers & talent involved to the venue & hoops audience that will be on hand, it’s definitely cream of the crop”
Past standouts at this event include Derrick Favors (Georgia Tech/New Jersey Nets), Leslie McBride (North Carolina), Lorenzo Brown (NC State), Mfon Udofia (Georgia Tech), Jalen Kendrick (Memphis), Ari Stewart (Wake Forest), Glen Rice Jr. (Georgia Tech), Richard Howell (NC State), Mychal Parker (Maryland), Torrin Walker (Oklahoma State), Ian Miller (Florida State), Manny Atkins (Virginia Tech), Trae Golden (Tennessee), elite 2011 national prospects Quincy Miller, Quddus Bello, Michael Gbinije (committed to Duke), Kevin Ware (committed to Tennessee) and top 2012 prospects Justin Anderson, Tony Parker, Jordan Adams, Damien Wilson, Charles Mitchell, Tyler Lewis, Devonte Pollard and Gavin Ware.
iHigh.com, Inc. is a national youth sports network providing free Web services to high schools, teams, and organizations across the United States. iHigh.com provides free Web tools that allow schools, teams, events, and other groups to stream live, post articles, photos, videos, schedules and other information to a customized page that is easy to update. For more information, contact Marques Burnett at firstname.lastname@example.org.