Trevon Duval, the top-ranked point guard in the Class of 2017, was named Most Valuable Player on Sunday at the prestigious 14th annual Pangos All-American Camp in Cerritos, Calif.
Duval, from Advanced Prep International (Dallas), has been in Southern California the last two weeks after playing at the Under Armour Association stop the previous weekend. Before that, he played at the Southern Jam Fest in Hampton, Va.
In Hampton, Duval told USA TODAY High School Sports that his goal was to be the No. 1 overall player in the class and that he has noticed other players are coming hard after him because of his status.
“I’ve noticed this summer more than ever that people are coming for me on and off the court,” Duval said. “Even games that I’m not even playing in there’s always some type of comparison or something. I guess it comes with the territory, but it’s definitely taking some getting used to.”
Duval has said Maryland, Arizona, Kansas, Baylor, and North Carolina are coming after him the hardest on the recruiting trail. He told SNY.tv that he has not decided on any visits. His priority now is getting some rest, although he has a busy summer ahead.
In the video above from Courtside Films, check out what earned him MVP at Pangos.
In the top 30 all-star game that caps the camp, DeAndre Ayton (Hillcrest Prep, Phoenix) and Billy Preston (API, Dallas) earned the MVP honors. Ayton, the top-ranked player in the Class of 2018, had 20 points. Preston had 19 for the winning team.