SHANGHAI - US sprinter Justin Gatlin on Thursday praised the new generation of track competitors, particularly fellow American Trayvon Bromell, as the 34-year-old veteran preps for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. Gatlin said he was readying for the US trials with his eye on the 20-year-old who swept to victory in the 60m at the World Indoor Athletics Championships in March. "I believe that Trayvon Bromell is a huge talent, still in the making," he told a news conference in Shanghai ahead of the Diamond League meeting in China's commercial hub on Saturday. "I definitely can't count him out, but I can't anybody else out who's going to line up against us for the Olympic trials. They'll be ready too." Bromell took the bronze medal in the 100m at the World Championships in Beijing last August.