For several years now, the Pangos All-American Camp has been a “coming out” party for many of the top high school players in the nation. Past attendees include the likes of James Harden, Kyle Lowry, Russell Westbrook, John Wall, Brandon Jennings and so many others. And this past June, Pangos was no different. The 9th annual summer session was held at Cal-State Dominguez Hills, and all of the biggest names on the high school circuit attended (heres a recap of the Top 25 game). Under the tutelage of camp director Dino Trigonis and former NBA assistant coach Dave Miller, the nation’s elite—including Shabazz Muhammad, Andre Drummond, Archie Goodwn, Isaiah Austin and countless others—were coached, critiqued and tested on their game, mindset, passion and work ethic. We posted a trailer for the Pangos documentary in June, and today the all-access “inside look” dropped on the web. The documentary is 16 minutes long, but if you’re a fan of basketball at any level (which we presume you are, since you’re on this page), then it’s a must-watch. If the video assured me of one thing, it’s that the future is looking way too bright.