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Rumble In The Bronx Kicks Off
by Brian Flinn, Future150 (8:21 AM CT, Sat June 9, 2012)
McCullough is going to be a matchup nightmare at any level
McCullough is going to be a matchup nightmare at any level
Brian Flinn
Brian Flinn:

Future150 National Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

New York, NY (Future150) -- Friday night brought about the beginning to one of the premier events in the month of June; the rumble in the Bronx. Every year top teams from around the northeast and the nation gather to play in this tournament, and this year started off with a few players that stood out:

Chris McCullough-(2014 PF-Team Scan)- McCullough really showed his athleticism in a blowout win during the first game of the day. While he only finished with 16 points due to the fact that he sat out most of the second half, it is easy to see why colleges are excited about him. Simply put, he’s a beast.

Wade Baldwin-(2014 SG-Sports U)-Seemingly every time I see Baldwin, I walk away impressed. He helped lead his team to victory in a close game without teammate Karl Towns. He scored the ball at all three levels and showed great court vision as well.

Brandon Sheppard-(2014 PF-Louisiana Select)- Sheppard could be one of the better kept secrets in the state of Louisiana. A long and athletic forward, he seemingly blocked everything tonight. Offensively he was a horse in the paint, often finishing drop-offs with powerful dunks.

Matt Staubi-(2014 PG-Team Frenji)- Staubi might not look like a prototypical player at 5-foot-7, but he can flat out play. He was quick with the ball in his hands and showed off a series of floaters that would impress Tony Parker. He also found his open teammates, often times setting them up for easy baskets. Staubi ended up finishing with 28 points in the loss, but it’s obvious he’s a player

Reggie Cameron-(2013 SF-NJ Playaz)- Cameron continued to prove why he is such a valuable prospect, scoring 16 points in the first half, including hitting four three-pointers. His shooting ability is elite and with his size makes him a matchup nightmare.

Zach Lewis-(2012 SG-NY Lightning) Lewis is off to Hofstra in a couple of weeks, but the guard was able to suit up on the first night. He didn’t disappoint, scoring 19 points, including 13 points in a two-minute span. The Pride are getting a great guard and Lewis showed that and more tonight.


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