Dalton competed a routine with a 7.00 D score, the same as Legendre. Dalton earned a 9.350 execution on night 1 for a 16.350 total, and a 9.10 on night 2.
Universal Sports did not post a video of Dalton on floor, however, there is a youtube video here.
Naddour competed a 6.50 start value routine with clean execution. On night 1 he earned a huge 15.70, and came back with a 15.40 on night 2 for the routine shown below.
C.J. Maestas didn't have his best rings routine on night 2 but he earned the highest score of the competition, 16.00 on night 1 (7.40/8.60). Brandon Wynn was consistent on the 2 days of competition with a 15.550 and a 15.75 (7.20/8.55) on night 2.
The top 3 guys all had 7.0 start value vaults (with a little extra added for domestic competition bonus). Dalton performed his difficult vault with ease, earning execution scores of 9.50 and 9.45. Legendre and Horton earned matching scores of 16.70 (7.30/9.40) for their Dragulescu vaults. Here is Dalton's vault on night 1 which scored 16.850:
Danell Leyva competed cleanly on parallel bars on both days. On night 1 he earned a 15.950 (6.60/9.35), and a 16.20 (6.80/9.40) with a stuck dismount on night 2.
Universal Sports did not post a parallel bars video of Leyva, however there is a youtube video here.
Danell Leyva was most impressive on high bar. He scored a massive 16.90 (7.70/9.30) on night one for a routine that included some domestic bonuses as explained here. On night 2, he finished on high bar, hit a great set, and secured the 2011 all around title.