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Day 2 Standouts from the Adidas Gauntlet West Coast Regional

By Pat Lawless, 04/14/19, 5:45PM EDT

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Who stood out on day two of the Adidas Gauntlet West Coast Regional?

Evan Mobley | Compton Magic (Class of 2020)

ESPN’s number one ranked prospect came to play on Day two. The Compton Magic big man is as difficult of a matchup as there is in the 2020 class with how he makes an impact on the offensive end in so many ways. Mobley is capable of taking opposing big men out to the perimeter and is a big-time finisher with his touch and athleticism. His most impressive performances were an 18 point performance against Exum Elite and a 17 point performance against Chauncey Billups. Mobley gave people in attendance a good preview of what to expect from him this AAU season.

Kyree Walker | Dream Vision (Class of 2020)

Kyree Walker may be the biggest name on the Adidas Gauntlet this season and he backed that up with his play yesterday. The class of 2020 wing led his team to two blowout victories where he dropped 19 points in one and 18 points in the other. Walker continues to make improvements with his jump shot and was hard to stop when slashing to the basket. He makes this talented Dream Vision team go and should be a fun watch this season on the Gauntlet.

Makur Maker | Dream Vision (Class of 2020)

Dream Vision has one of the most talented teams throughout each circuit and Makur Maker plays a big part in that. In certain points of their game against Basketball University, Maker dominated with his size and versatility. He stands close to 7’0” feet, moves great for his size and is a capable finisher around the basket. It doesn’t end there for Maker as he also stretches the defense with how he can step it out.

Top Performance: 16 points and 7 rebounds win in a 79-47 win over Basketball University

Marjon Beauchamp | Class of 2020 (ML20 Enforcers)

The ML20 Enforcers suffered a tough loss to Zach LaVine, but bounced back with an 81-45 victory over Uneek Ballers. Class of 2020 standout Marjon Beauchamp didn’t play his best in the first game, but came ready to play in his second game. From the jump Beauchamp asserted himself on the offensive end by getting to the basket and knocking down shots around the perimeter. Beauchamp has a great deal of potential and is considered to be one of the best small forwards in the nation.

Top Performance: 16 points in an 81-45 win over Uneek Ballers.

Tari Eason | ML20 Enforcers (Class of 2020)

The ML20 Enforcers have quite the tandem with Beauchamp and Tari Eason. Eason was one of the better athletes in attendance and played to that on Saturday afternoon. Eason scored 16 points in the ML20 Enforcers win over Uneek Ballers. Eason found ways to get to the basket and was excellent in the open floor. He provides a great deal of energy on both ends and is a huge piece for the Enforcers this season.