ESPN's Adam Finkelstein checks in today with a recap of last weekend's Rumble in the Bronx, held at six different courts across the Bronx (new NCAA rules prevented the showcase from being played on the campus of traditional host Fordham University).
Cambridge's Jacquil Taylor and Northfield-Mt. Hermon's Jeremy Miller were two players Finkelstein singled out from Eastern Mass., calling them "two young post prospects from the state of Massachusetts who both showed glimpses of stardom."
Meanwhile Notre Dame Prep's Ricardo Ledo, a Providence native and the No. 13 Class of 2012 prospect, was one of the most dominant players on the floor. Finkelstein writes:
His individual offensive skills were head and shoulders above any other player in the field. He showed his dominance in spurts, taking over games whenever he chose to assert his will. His most consistent weapon was his jumper, which was his Achilles' heel at one point in his development, punishing defenders for going under ball screens and shaking his man enough to drill contested pull-ups from long range.