Day two of the Jimbo Fisher Camp just ended and there were quite a few recruits that stood out. Here are the five that stood out the most.
1A. 2016 4-star CB Nigel Knott
Knott came in with the reputation of being a freakish athlete and did nothing but confirm that today. He ran a 4.31 forty and broad jumped 10-feet-7.5 inches. He was dominant in one-on-ones against a less than stellar receiver group, but he was just on another level from any other skill guy at the camp. Knott is definitely at the top of the board for the Seminoles who feel like they have a real chance with the Mississippi prospect.
1B. 2017 OL Alex Leatherwood
Leatherwood walked in and immediately set himself apart from the other linemen. He was dominant in the one-on-ones and coach Trickett spent a lot of time coaching him specifically. The size is there at 6-foot-4.5, 293-pounds and he knew how to use it to his advantage. He committed to Alabama early in the process, but Florida State will have plenty of opportunities to flip him.
3. 2018 RB Sam Llewellyn
Llewellyn was extremely fluid during drills and showed excellent burst. He is already well put together standing close to 5-foot-10, 190-pounds. He caught the ball well out of the backfield and was just a good ball player.
4. 2018 S Jalen Norwood
The North Florida Christian prospect camped for just the afternoon portion of the day, but really stood out among the defensive backs. Already over 6-foot Norwood possesses ideal size and has excellent instincts and footwork. He still has a lot of time to grow and could end up as a linebacker if he doesn’t choose baseball.
5. 2018 S Al Blades
The Miami legacy made waves the last time he was here by throwing the U at midfield of Doak Campbell stadium. This time he made waves for being one of the best defensive backs at the morning camp. He played both safety and corner and did very well at both. He already stands 6-foot and has great instincts.