Several of the participants who've worked out already this week sat out this afternoon. As we've mentioned already, Ninety Six offensive tackle Oliver Jones is out as he continues to rest and recover from knee surgery. He was joined by Nation's Ford [Fort Mill] tight end Jay Jay McCullough this morning and afternoon. McCullough, as you'll recall injured his hamstring towards the end of Tuesday's workouts.
Allendale-Fairfax safety Ronald Geohaghan arrived to town this morning and will leave later this evening. He didn't participate in either one of the workouts because he's resting for the Shrine Bowl Combine, which will be hosted at Blythewood High School on Saturday.
North Florida Christian [Tallahassee, Fla.] defensive back Travis Blanks did not participate in the afternoon's workouts. It was suspected that he wouldn't go in the morning, but he did.
Bamberg-Ehrhardt defensive end Martin Aiken did not go through the afternoon drills either. Since a couple of coaches from BE are serving as instructors this session, he'll be around campus until tomorrow, so will Kevin Crosby. Crosby did workout on in the afternoon. His status for Thursday is not known.
I spent a good amount of time watching offensive linemen go through drills this afternoon, to pay close attention to commitments Jay Guillermo [Maryville, Tenn.] and Patrick Destefano of Dorman [Roebuck].
If you'll recall, this morning I said wasn't all that impressed with either one in 1-on-1 drills. During individual position work, Destefano showed again that he has a nice mean streak in him. He moves fairly well and takes to coaching. Guillermo, who's probably about 6-foot-1 and some change surprised me with his athleticism. He bends well and keeps his center of gravity nice and firm.
Leamon still sticks out the most—wouldn't be surprised if ended up with four stars before his high school career comes to a close.
Patterson [Louisiana] cornerback Trevon Stewart continues to impress. It seems like every time I sneak a peak during 7-on-7 and 1-on-1 he's making a play. I just don't see Clemson making a move here, because of his lack of height. He's listed at 5-foot-10 in his profile, but is closer to 5-8. If he ends up at one of the Conference USA Schools that have offered, he's a guy that will make an impact, for sure.
Justin Shanks and Devontre Parnell, who we mentioned as guests for today, were not spotted in either the morning or afternoon.
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