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Dallas: Who Shined on Day 2 of the Adidas Gauntlet?

By Pat Lawless , 04/28/19, 5:15PM EDT

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Day 2 Standouts in Dallas from the Adidas Gauntlet

Corey Walker (Game Elite)

Tennessee commit Corey Walker is one of the most intriguing prospects in the Adidas Gauntlet and showed everyone in attendance why. Walker’s a very tough matchup as he stands 6’7” and extends the defense out to the perimeter. He is a very well-rounded prospect with how he handles the ball, shoots it and uses his athleticism.

Khalil Shaheed (Game Elite)

One of the biggest under the radar prospects in attendance was Game Elite’s Khalil Shaheed. Shaheed is excellent at getting to the basket as he utilizes his strong build and athleticism. He currently holds three offers, but I’d expect this list to grow as this AAU season moves on. He will be physically ready to compete at the college level right away next year.

Henry Coleman (Team Loaded VA)

Henry Coleman has had a significant amount of buzz surrounding him since this high school season. Coleman showed everyone in Dallas what they hype is about in day two’s action in a win over Indiana Elite. He put his big frame and mobility to good use as he was excellent around the basket. Coleman is much more than just an athlete as he showed off impressive footwork and touch. He definitely helped himself with his performance this weekend.

Trey Galloway (Indiana Elite)

Indiana Elite’s Trey Galloway makes his return on 17U level this year and he looks like he has only added to his game. Once identified as just an elite shooter, Galloway is becoming a well-rounded prospect. He has added muscle to his frame and has developed as an athlete, which makes him a much-improved slasher. He is one of the main pieces of a very talented Indiana Elite team.

Tari Eason (ML20 Enforcers)

ML20 Enforcers forward Tari Eason has had a great start to the AAU season. The class of 2020 standout continues to show off a great motor and is one of the best athletes on the circuit. He was close to unstoppable in the open floor and in the half-court he consistently took opposing big men to the basket. Eason stock is definitely on the rise after having a great couple of weeks in April.