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Saturday at Rumble In the Bronx Doesn't Disappoint
by Brian Flinn, Future150 (5:51 PM CT, Sun June 9, 2013)
Omar Sherman played at a high level Saturday.
Omar Sherman played at a high level Saturday.
Brian Flinn
Brian Flinn:

Future150 National Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

New York, NY (Future150) -- Saturday at Rumble in the Bronx was a long and competitive day, while some teams faded in their fourth game, others willed their teams to wins and berths to the elite 8 on Sunday. Here's who stood out:

Kenny Grant, 2014 PF, Sports U: The bruising big man has had to take on a bigger role with the absence of Quadri Moore. He answered the bell on Saturday afternoon with a 16 point, 10 rebound outing. Grant will be a mid-major target. 

Elisha Boone, 2014 G, KMP Elite: The talented combo guard has recently returned from a breif stint in Nevada. His time on the west coast has paid off, as he looks more explosive. Boone showed his natural scoring ability and playmaking ability despite not being overly familiar with his teammates.

Paul Jorgenson, 2014 PG, New Heights: It's easy to see why Jorgenson added so many offers this past April. The point guard can either facilitate or score the ball himself. He also has the "clutch" gene, taking over down the stretch twice on Saturday and New Heights is still alive because of it.

Calvin Crawford, 2014 SF, BC Eagles: The recently re-classified forward seems to have improved already. He can score the rock on all three levels and was a major reason the BC Eagles stayed competitive with a talented Iowa Barnstormers squad in the first half. We will be monitoring Crawford's progress closely at St. Thomas Moore over the next year.

Eric Paschall, 2014 SF, The City: No one scored the ball more effectively than Paschall on Saturday. The 2014 wing had two outings of 25+ points and scored it from all over the floor. When he asserts himself, he can be a force. Fordham fans should be giddy about him being committed to the Rams.

Temple Gibbs, 2016 G, NY Panthers: Gibbs was the bright spot in a dissapointing loss for the Panthers. The youngest of the Gibbs brothers, Temple's future is bright. The young guard can shoot it from all over and is already showing an advanced pull-up game.

God's Power Ogide, 2015 C, Albany City Rocks: The biggest surprise of the day, Ogide showed great timing and shot-blocking abilities. On offense he got position and scored the ball with relative ease. Next year he will head to Cushing Academy and star alongside Kaleb Joseph and Jalen Adams.

Marques Townes, 2014 SG, Sports U: Townes recently switched AAU teams and it's begun to pay dividends. He wanted to prove that he can be a go-to scorer and he did just that on Saturday. In the morning he asserted himself while Wade Baldwin took the ACT's. During the night session, he teamed with his high school teammate to lead Sports U to the elite 8.

Omar Sherman, 2014 F, Deron Williams Elite: Sherman was a force on the block on Saturday night and The City had no real answer for him. He was also effective scoring from the high post. The combo forward is working on his perimeter and could develop into a big-time player.

Matt Staubi, 2014 PG, Team Frenji; The smallest player on this list, Staubi might also hold the distinction of being the toughest as well. He finished at the rim over much bigger defenders and showed great court vision in the open floor. His size will dictate that he ends up at a smaller school, but man will that school be getting a winner.


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Paschall is rated at three stars by future 150 alright but kid is a real stud should be higher

Posted: 10:08 AM UTC, Tue June 18, 2013

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