The Robinson (Ill.) High product battled a handful of other talented post prospects and more than held his own. He's equipped with a 7-foot-1 wingspan, has a handful of developed moves on the block and is active on the defensive end.
"I thought it was awesome," Leonard said when asked about the Hoop Jamboree. "It was an amazing experience for me. I went to it and I was just overwhelmed. I just liked it a lot."
"I think I did well," he said about his play. "I didn't play as well as I can, but I thought I did alright considering the level of the guys that I was playing against. They were all really good. I just tried my hardest."
On Tuesday, Leonard is planning to unofficially visit SIU. Then on Wednesday he'll take a trip to Illinois to check out their campus and facilities. He'll then visit Purdue following a tournament next weekend.
"I was getting a lot [of attention] during school, but then it slowed down during the dead period," Leonard said. "Now a lot of people are starting to [get involved]."
In July, Leonard will be with Ramey Basketball traveling the summer circuit. They are scheduled to play in the Hoosier Shootout, Battle at the Bluff, adidas Super 64 and the KC Power and Price Chopper.