The Pangos All American Camp in Las Vegas brought out some of the best high school hoopers in the country and four Team Trae Young 17U players were among the Cream of the Crop.

Lee Dort, Noah Shelby, Ja’Kobe Walter and Rylan Griffen were all recognized among the top 60 players at the select camp, with Noah and Lee being named to the Top 30 Cream of the Crop Game.

Lee Dort’s full skillset was on display in Vegas, as the Vanderbilt commit dominated in the post.’s Rob Cassidy wrote up Dort as one of the real standouts of the camp:

“Dort is the bully in the best possible way. The 6-foot-10, broad-shouldered big is as physically imposing as players come and established himself as a force from the jump on Sunday night, going for 10 points, 12 rebounds and four assists in his opening game. There was more where that came from on Monday, as the future Commodore showed some improved low-post move and seemed to dunk almost everything.”

Meanwhile, Frank Burlison focused in on the development of fellow Vanderbilt commit Noah Shelby as a shooter:

“He was equal parts superb playmaker and jump shooter during Virginia’s 75-74 win over North Carolina, hitting deep shots after the catch and dribble while never forcing anything while overtly contested.”

While all four players made Kellen Buffington’s list of camp standouts, he gave praise in particular to Ja’Kobe Walter and Rylan Griffen.

“JaKobe did an excellent job showing off his entire game. The 6’6 guard rebounded, scored from all three levels, facilitated and played defense. Has been really good all spring.”

“Rylan did an excellent job scoring this weekend. He knocked down jumpers from all over the floor and finished strong at the rim.”