Posted On: 02/19/21 5:11 PM

Dallan Coleman crossed his 25 points per guard average with a barrage of free throws in the fourth quarter. The 6-6 guard showed his patent “Deebo” qualities as a strong driver. He’s physical with a muscular build, easily displacing defenders with his shoulder. As one of the top shooters in the 2021 class, it’s his footwork that unleashes that jumper. Coming off curl screens or flares, Coleman steps into shots with fluid quickness. He gets downhill off screens too, drawing and finishing through contact at the rim. As a good start and stop athlete, Coleman creates space with the ball in his hands, attacking angles as the defense shifts. During the fourth, he found open teammates whenever a second defender closed in.

With Coleman heading to Georgia Tech after the playoffs, West Nassau has a trio of sophomores that’ll push the mantel. Leon WhitleyLeonWhitley6'0" | SGWest Nassau | 2023StateFL, a 5-10 guard, is a fun defender. He’s quick, picks up deflections, and really moves his feet on the perimeter. Keenan JohnsonKeenanJohnson6'7" | SFWest Nassau | 2023StateFL the starting center for West Nassau stands 6-7. He’s an agile forward that flew around the court to close out on drives that came out of their

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