As some of the top players in the nation graduate from Team Trae Young this year, there will be some big icy adidas shoes to fill.
If the recent Pangos All-American Camp is any indication, the future is also bright for TTY.
Players from Team Trae dotted the rosters at the Pangos AA-Camp in Duncanville, Texas. Those rosters were loaded with top prospects from the classes of 2024, 2025 and 2026. A trio of TTY players in particular took part in the Cream of the Crop games: Jaden Constant (2024), Carlsheon Young (2025) and Domaunique Stephens Jr. (2025). Jaden and Carlesheon were selected among the camp’s Top 30 prospects and Domaunique made the Top 60.
— Pangos All-American Camp (@PangosAACamp) October 3, 2021
Standouts ⏩ 2021 Pangos All-South Frosh/Soph Camp
Israel Nansha ‘24
Jed Nansha ‘25
Jaden Nickens ‘25
Trae Nunn ‘26
Jakeel Registe ‘24
Jaden Toombs ‘25
Drew Ward ‘24
Carlsheon Young ‘25
— Pro Insight™️ (@_proinsight) October 3, 2021
— TheJadenConstant (@ConstantJaden) October 4, 2021
— Domaunique Stephens Jr. (@DomauniqueJR) October 3, 2021
Pangos All-South Fr/So Camp Notes: getting off to a strong start is 6-3 2025 Carlsheon Young (Putnam City West/Oklahoma City OK). Athletic & talented young guard made nifty assist in OT to get his team the W. Made Top 30 Game last year as an 8th grader@BallerTV @FCPPangos pic.twitter.com/UZ5AA2OM19
— Dinos Trigonis (@trigonis30) October 2, 2021
Congratulations to our guys @ConstantJaden (2024) and @Carlsheon_Young (2025) for making the top 30 and @DomauniqueJR (2025) for making the top 60 at @PangosAACamp. @boogclay @rayfordyoung @DomauniqueSr @TheTB5Reports @PaulBiancardi pic.twitter.com/S9R9xqE5jH
— Team Trae Young (@teamtraeyoungmb) October 5, 2021