UA Game: Green Top Five Offense (Monday)

Day 2 in Orlando saw some strong play at the receiver and offensive line positions. Here's a look at the top five offensive players from Team Nitro (Green) on Monday.

The Green squad is loaded at the skill positions but has some good looking linemen as well. Here's our breakdown of the top five offensive players from the Team Nitro.

Malachi Dupre | WR | River Ridge (La.) John Curtis Christian |
Dupre lands on this list for the second day in a row after another dominant showing. Dupre is one of those receivers who just doesn't have a weakness. He has size, speed, polish and hands and can make another big jump once he gets to college.

Braxton Berrios | WR | Raleigh (N.C.) Leesville Road | Miami
There has been a ton of Wes Welker comparisons being thrown around the past few days with Berrios. He's a lightning quick slot receiver with great hands and has been impossible to cover all week.

Braden Smith | OL | Olathe (Kan.) Olathe South |
Smith is one of the most physically imposing lineman in the nation. He's built like a bodybuilder and is very strong. He has a tackle frame but has played guard all week and been very impressive.

Trevor Darling | OL | Miami (Fla.) Miami Central | Miami
Darling is a massive tackle prospect who shined in the one on ones as well. He's light on his feet, is strong laterally and packs an excellent punch.

Jeffrey Jones | RB | Minneapolis (Minn.) Wash | Minnesota
Jones is probably one of the least heralded recruits in the game but was strong running the ball. He has good size, runs with power and had some wiggle to him as well.

Scott Kennedy, John Garcia, Chad Simmons, Jamie Newberg, Josh Harvey, Amy Campbell, Anna Hickey and Jacquie Franciulli contributed to this report.


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