Top Performers At The Jimbo Fisher Camp

There were a number of standout performers at the June Jimbo Fisher Camp, but these five stood out the most.

Now that all four days of the Jimbo Fisher camp are over it’s time to take a look at the five best recruits we saw in Tallahassee.

2016 4-star CB Nigel Knott

Knott only participated in the regular portion of camp for one session, but that was enough to see he possessed elite athleticism. He ran a 4.31 forty and broad jumped 10-feet-7.5 inches. The Florida State coaching staff kept throwing different coverages and techniques at him and he picked them up immediately.

2017 OT Alex Leatherwood

Leatherwood was the best offensive lineman at the camp and he dominated during one-on ones. He picked up an offer from Florida State after just one session and it was easy to see why. Leatherwood showed exceptional footwork and balance while also having the size that coach Trickett was looking for.

2016 4-star WR Keith Gavin (FSU Commit)

Gavin didn’t participate in the camp, but did participate in the 7on7 with his high school team on Saturday. He was unstoppable. He has elite size at 6-foot-4, 225-pounds and moved extremely well for a player that size. He is going to be a receiver at the next level and showed why with excellent body control and ball skills.

2016 4-star S Jamel Cook (FSU Commit)

Cook worked at safety, wide receiver, and cornerback during the last session of the actual camp on Friday and performed very well at each position. He’s another player with elite size at 6-foot-4, 190-pounds and was very physical on both sides of the ball. The Florida State coaches are recruiting him to take over the star position after Trey Marshall.

2016 4-star TE Isaac Nauta (FSU Commit)

Nauta is one of the top recruits in the country and showed why at the Friday session of the camp. His combination of elite size at 6-foot-5, 240-pounds and speed made him impossible to deal with. Nauta didn’t have to work out at the camp, already being secure in his Florida State commitment, but did because he’s a competitor. Exactly what you want in one of your top recruits.


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