Stephen Domingo, SF (San Francisco, 2013)- The ridiculous shooting display he put on from deep during the Top 50 camp game was just the culmination of what he'd done all weekend. Given that he's already a highly ranked four-star prospect, it's not a surprise that he was able to go off for 30 points (11-18 FG, 5-7 3PT) and six rebounds. Domingo is as pure a jump shooter as there is in the country, regardless of class, has great size and he is much more skilled creating shots off the dribble than people want to give him credit for.Jerry Meyer (a Rivals sub is required) is below with his Dom Artis report:
Dakarai Allen, SF/SG (Sacramento, 2013)- The long and athletic Allen was constantly making plays in passing lanes and playing with good effort. Already a three-star prospect after seeing him last summer with Play Hard Play Smart and then with his high school time during the winter, he's improved since we last saw him in December.
Dominic Artis 2012, point guard- One of the high-rising point guards in the class, Artis had an efficiently effective all-star showing. His most impressive attribute is his ability to see the court while probing to score.Dave Rogahn (a Rivals sub is required) also has Domingo-itis:
All-star game stats: 10 points, 4-7 from the field, 1-3 from three, 1-2 from the line, one rebound and six assists (game high)
In the Top 50 All-Star game at the 9th annual Pangos All-American Camp this past weekend at CS Dominguez Hills, Stephen Domingo (St. Ignatius-San Francisco) stole the show with 30 points on 11-for-17 from the floor plus 6 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals to earn MVP laurels for the game.
He made five 3-pointers, more than the rest of his team put together and as many as the other team's total.