The second day of the Las Vegas events continued on Thursday as the adidas Super 64 continued at Valley High School in Las Vegas. Adonis Delarosa showed well in a morning win for the New York Rens, Craig Victor of New Orleans Elite delivered a quaility effort, and some new names like LaDamion Keys of New Orleans Elite emerged as well.  Here's a look at that and more from day 2 in Las Vegas...
Riley Court -- 2015 -- G -- Utah Pump-N-Run Red
6'3" -- Pleasant Grove H.S. -- Pleasant Grove, UT
Utah Pump-N-Run easily overmatched their opponent the Regina Cougars, but Court was good as a catch-and-shoot three-point shooter that took good shots and also patiently played within his team's offense. Court also handled the ball a bit and showed decent vision as a passer.
Adonis Delarosa -- 2014 -- C -- New York Rens
6'10" -- Christ the King H.S. -- New York, NY
A massive presence in the post, Delarosa showed solid hands and good touch around the basket in the Rens morning win over Houston Hoopstars. Delarosa still needs to get into better game condition, but when he's able to establish his presence in the post he's tough to move on both ends. Delarosa protects and rebounds his area on defense and had a lot of positive post touches that drew fouls or double teams.
Michael Douglas -- 2015 -- F -- Dallas Mustangs 16s
6'5" -- Sache H.S. -- Dallas, TX
It was a solid outing for Douglas as the Mustangs had a big win over the Houston Hoopstars 16s. Douglas was active around the basket, attacked the rack off the dribble, and finished above the rim as well. He also defended and rebounded throughout the game and had the motor running high.
Tirell Green -- 2016 -- SG -- New Orleans Elite
6'2" -- Landry-Walker H.S. -- New Orleans, LA
Green started the game slowly but came on strong in the second half of a win over the Compton Magic. In the second half, Green attacked the basket relentlessly and made several plays at the rim while also displaying some versatility by throwing in a floater. With his offensive skillset and ability to score, Green just needs to add a jumper to round out his offensive game.
Jake Jurss -- 2015 -- G -- DTA Devin Harris
6'2" -- Sheboygan Lutheran -- Sheboygan, WI
Jurss shot the ball well in the first half, but it was his overall floor game that helped propel a balanced effort for DTA in an afternoon win over the New England Playaz 16s. Jurss was active and aggressive on both ends of the floor and had multiple deflections and steals in the passing lanes that led to buckets or open looks.
Isaac Copeland -- 2014 -- F -- Garner Road Elite
6'8 -- The Miller School -- Raleigh, NC
The Georgetown commit had a better outing on Thursday after his team came out flat on Wednesday night. Copeland is a big-time athlete but also has some wing skill and can put the ball on the floor a bit and get to the basket. There's times when he still floats and isn't particularly productive, but he has a lot of upside and a bright future.
Hyron Edwards -- 2015 -- PG -- Indiana Elite 2015
5'11" -- East Chicago Central H.S. -- East Chicago, IN
Edwards scored the ball well in the first half, knocking in multiple perimeter shots and also getting to the rim a few times, as well as handling primary point guard responsibilities and doing a nice job defending on the perimeter. Around the basket, Edwards is small but crafty and can score in a variety of ways using his body control.
Henry Ellenson -- 2015 -- C -- D1 Minnesota
6'10" -- Rice Lake H.S. -- Rice Lake, WI
Ellenson and D1 Minnesota dropped a game to Dream Vision, but the big man showed off his skill level and got to the free throw line a bunch of times, where he has a good stroke for a young big man. Ellenson can put the ball on the floor a bit, shoot from the perimeter and also post up and bang down low. He also finishes above the rim with relative ease and has room to add muscle to his frame.
Josh Jackson -- 2016 -- SF -- Dorian's Pride
6'7" -- Detroit Consortium -- Detroit, MI
After a tremendous game on opening night, Jackson cooled a bit as he was saddled with foul trouble and frustrated after some shots didn't fall. Jackson still played hard on both ends and with his leaping ability and natural timing, he's actually turning into a good rebounder from the wing.
Craig Victor -- 2014 -- F -- New Orleans Elite
6'8" -- St. Augustine H.S -- New Orleans, LA
In a matchup with fellow top 100 prospect Jaylen Johnson, Victor got the best of him thanks to his sound defense, ability to hit the glass and versatility on offense. Although Victor wasn't able to face-up much because of a zone, he still played a team game and worked the high-low passing game to LaDamion Keys.
Malek Harwell -- 2015 -- G -- Utah Pump-N-Run Red
6'3" -- Century H.S. -- Pocatello, ID
At 6'3" with long arms and good vision, Harwell stood out as a multi-positional guard with a bit of athleticism. His vertical caught me off-guard when he put a dunk on a defender's head and he passes well with one hand using either the left or right hand. Although he didn't shoot many jumpers, his form looked solid as well.
Deandre Johnson -- 2015 -- F -- Compton Magic Black
6'7" -- Price H.S. -- Los Angeles, CA
A long and lanky lefty, Johnson played both inside and out during a close loss to New Orleans Elite. Johnson showed a bit of a faceup game but also dropped in a lefty hook and rebounded and defended around the rim using his aforementioned length. Johnson was also an active communicator on pick and rolls and did a nice job hedging screens to disrupt them.
Janeau Joubert -- 2014 -- PG -- Dorian's Pride
6'1" -- Ypsilanti H.S. -- Ypsilanti, MI
Joubert shot well from the perimeter and ran the point as Dorian's Pride lost a close contest to New Orleans Elite. Joubert's three first-half threes kept Dorian's Pride in the game, and he also maintained primary ball handling responsibilities and was sound at that as well.
LaDamion Keys -- 2014 -- F -- New Orleans Elite
6'9" -- Conquering Ward H.S. -- New Orleans, LA
Keys is a big-time leaper and uses that to his advantage on both ends of the floor. Thanks to his ability to play above the rim quickly and easily, Keys finishes around the hoop with athletic dunks and also rebounds a bit and alters shots as a defender. He still needs to add strength and doesn't have the more refined skillset, but his athleticism and upside are both intriguing.
Ty Weston -- 2016 -- G -- New England Playaz 16s
6'2" -- Cheshire Academy -- New Bedford, MA
Weston had the triple dialed in, but ultimately his New England Playaz squad fell short to an aggressive DTA team. Weston knocked in three, three-pointers in the first half and also got to the rack a couple of times while manning a little bit of both guard spots. Ty already has a solid frame for a young guard and if he can balance out his shot selection he could be a lethal complete scorer.