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Rumble in the Bronx - Part 3
Wednesday, 17 June 2009

Myles Davis
By Brian Crownover
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Here is continuing coverage of Saturday's Rumble in the Bronx.  Among the teams featured are AAU programs from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Iowa.  Here is a look at some more of the best players of the day.


Myles Davis (2011, 6-0 PG/SG)
Myles put together an excellent game.  The talented youngster was stellar from beyond the arc.  By our count, he buried four shots from three point range, including a pull up jumper.  He showed his ability to attack off the dribble too.  Myles used his quick handle to get into the lane.  He converted on a runner and finished after another drive.  He also drew a foul and knocked down both free throws.  He's an outstanding player and showed that in this game.

Ron Roberts (2010, 6-6 SF/PF)
This lanky forward was quite impressive.  Ron was very active around the rim.  He displayed his leaping ability on several dunks.  He ran the floor well and grabbed several rebounds too.  He's a solid ball handler who can attack off the dribble.  Ron could benefit by showing more of a back to the basket game than he did on this day.  He played well regardless though.

Fuquan Edwin (2010, 6-5 180 SF)
Fuquan did a fine job of running the floor, as is usually the case.  He's a terrific finisher on the break.  He converted a couple of dunks in transition.  The lanky forward also attacked off the dribble.  Fuquan drew several fouls in the game.

Isaiah Epps (2010, 6-2 160 PG/SG) committed to Pittsburgh
This lefty was solid for the Playaz.  Isaiah had a nice drive and dish play.  After a steal on the defensive end, he made a good outlet pass.  He also knocked down a pull up three pointer too.

Aishon White (2010, 6-2 SG)
Aishon didn't have an outstanding game, but he made a few plays.  He had a steal and assist after playing some strong defense.  On the offensive end, he also banked home a runner.

Youth Interlock

Soutiri Sapnas (2010, 6-3 SG)
Soutiri has become one of the most prolific scorers in the Philadelphia area.  After this game, it was easy to see why.  He really had his pull up game going.  He hit those type of jumpers from the mid range area and beyond the arc.  Soutiri isn't overly quick, but he's still an effective ball handler.  He can drive in either direction.  He did have some troubles finishing consistently around the hoop.  Soutiri still had a strong outing for Youth Interlock though.

Maurice Nelson (2011, 5-9 PG)
Maurice had a so so game.  He hit several three pointers from the outside.  While he's a decent shooter, he falls in love with that shot too much.  He missed three pointer after three pointer after three pointer in one stretch.  He did finish off the game a little better than he started.  Maurice has some real quickness and terrific ability when going to the hoop.  He had a beautiful floater on one play and some ankle breaking moves too.  He just needs to utilize them more.  If Maurice can learn to get others involved more often, his stock could really rise. 

Daniel Stewart (2010, 6-6 SF/PF)
Daniel did most of his work cleaning up on the glass.  He grabbed rebounds on both ends of the floor.  He drew a foul after one drive to the hoop, but had some trouble finishing when attacking.  He played hard on defense and did really hustle.  Daniel was solid on this day.

Mass Rivals

Matt Brown (2010, 6-2 SG)
This strong guard played well.  Matt ran the floor and scored a couple times in transition.  He followed up his own miss on one play.  He hit a floater in the lane.  He also knocked down a pull up three pointer.  Matt is a physical player who continues to see his stock rise.

Carson Desrosiers (2010, 6-10 205 C)
This mobile big man made a few plays.  Carson showed that mobility when he converted on a give and go play.  He also had a dunk after a feed from a teammate.  He grabbed several rebounds too.

Jordan Laguerre (2010, 6-1 SG)
Jordan had a fine outing.  The lefty is another strong guard on this team.  He used that to his advantage as he attacked off the bounce.  He drew several fouls while going at the rim.  Jordan was then able to convert from the line.  From the perimeter, he hit a pull up three pointer.

NJ Roadrunners

Daveon Broadingham (2010, 6-7 PF)
Daveon is a big man who impressed.  He has good size and is a fine finisher on the inside.  He displayed solid hands and showed them with an impressive one handed conversion around the hoop.  Daveon is fairly athletic as well.  He put forth a fine effort in this one.

Kyrie Irving (2010, 6-1 165 PG)
Kyrie wasn't at the top of his game, but he was still solid.  The big frontline of Team Florida caused him problems as he tried to attack.  He was able to use his quickness off the dribble to draw foul after foul after foul.  He was blocked a couple other times when attacking though.  Kyrie hit a couple three pointers, but missed several other jumpers too.  

Jermaine Peart (2010, 6-3 SG/SF)
Jermaine had a good game.  He did a fine job of attacking the hoop.  He's a good ball handler and can get into the lane.  He finished or drew fouls several times.  Jermaine flashed a good pull up game too as he buried a pair of mid range jumpers.  He grabbed a few rebounds too.  He did have some trouble finishing consistently.  Overall though, he played well.

Rhode Island Breakers

Frank Robinson (2010, 6-3 SG)
This lanky wing showed why he's one of Rhode Island's best players.  From the outside, Frank hit a couple jumpers.  He ran the floor and scored in transition.  He's a solid ball handler who can get into the lane too.

Youri Dascy (2010, 6-6 PF)
Youri is a solid interior player with good size.  He showed some versatility in this game.  He finished inside on one play.  He'll play with his back to the basket.  Youri stepped away from the hoop and hit a jumper too.  He had some trouble when he was crowded inside and it led to inconsistent finishing.

Jordan Jones (2010, 6-1 SG)
Jordan put together a nice game.  He converted a runner in transition and was fouled for an old fashioned three point play.  He hit a couple jumpers too.


Shaq Duncan (2010, 6-8 PF)
Shaq had another productive outing.  He was very efficient around the hoop.  He was active and got himself into position around the rim.  He threw down a couple dunks.  Some dunks came from good passes from his teammates, while others came after offensive rebounds.  Shaq had an impressive one handed putback that displayed his hands and body control.  While most of his plays came facing up, he played with his back to the basket too.  He converted a post turnaround jumper.  Shaq looks poised to have a good July.

Frantz Massenat (2010, 6-3 PG/SG)
Frantz had a solid outing.  He's a steady point guard who does a good job running the offense.  He hit a three pointer among his baskets.  We left the contest early, but Frantz made some plays.

Dondre Whitmore (2010, 5-9 PG)
Dondre did a good job of attacking.  He drew a foul on one occasion when driving and made a nice pass on another.  From the outside, he hit a three pointer.  He grabbed a few boards too.

Wayne Newsom (2010, 6-7 SF/PF)
Wayne put together a nice game before we left.  He has good size for the wing position.  He made several plays while attacking of the dribble.  He drove left on one of those plays and banked in a shot with a foul to convert an old fashioned three point play.  Wayne finished around the rim on another drive too.  He also made a fine pass from his wing position.  On the defensive end, he blocked a shot.

Carolina Heat

Stephen Wilson (2010, 6-3 SG)
Stephen is a guard with good size and some skills to go with it.  He handles the ball well and has a fine crossover move.  He was able to get into the lane and make plays.  He did have some trouble finishing consistently though.  Stephen knocked down a three pointer from the outside too, but he didn't shoot much.  He made a nice pass on one play as well.

Anthony Williams (2011, 6-8 240 PF/C)
Anthony is a talented low post prospect.  He finishes well inside, including after contact.  He flashed his athletic ability with dunk.    Rebounding is another solid part of Anthony's game.  He can put the ball on the floor too and attack the basket.  He does need to improve his free throw shooting though.  Anthony played well for the Carolina Heat.

Martin Bros.

Doug McDermott (2010, 6-7 SF/PF)
Doug is a highly skilled combo forward.  He loves working around the basket and is a pretty good finisher.  He often goes to the left handed hook in the post.  When his first move is stopped, he does have the ability to go to a secondary move.  Doug has good hands as he showed by converting on a difficult tip in.  He grabbed several rebounds on both ends of the court.  Although he's not super quick, Doug can handle the ball and drive to the hoop too.  He took several three pointers, but was unable to convert on them.  He needs to add strength to become a better finisher.  The son of the Iowa State coach, it is no surprise that Doug is an intelligent and skilled player.

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