Joseph Willis | Neshoba Central (Miss.)
Willis did not have any real highs or lows at this event. He was steady and strong throughout the camp and by midway through, it was clear who the top quarterback was in Memphis. He has a strong arm, good size (6-5/195), and Scout expects his recruitment to pick up in the coming weeks.
Malik Dear | Murrah (Miss.)
Dear is 2015 running back with a good blend of power, quickness, and balance. He showed he could catch the ball and move well side-to-side among other things Sunday. He will be one of the top Mississippi prospects in 2015.
Triston Luke | Fort Campbell (Ky.)
Luke showed extremely good quickness and the ability to accelerate in Memphis. The sophomore looked to be around 5-foot-7, 170 pounds and he shined in this setting. He was tough to touch in the open field with his subtle moves.
Wide Receiver/Tight End
Josh Malone | Station Camp (Tennn.)
There was not anything that Malone did not do at a very high level on Sunday. He was very smooth at wide receiver. He showed great body control, he caught everything within reach, and he showed great fluidity. He is a long and lean wideout with a bright future.
Deddrick Thomas | Memphis Central (Tenn.)
This 2015 slot receiver is very quick out of breaks and he is tough to touch off the line. If the DBs do not slow him down, then they are in trouble. He is a terror in space.
Sammie Epps | Greenwood (Miss.)
Although Malone shined in Memphis Sunday, Epps made a name for himself too. He is a 6-foot-5, 220 pound big wide receiver that will be a real weapon at Ole Miss. He is physical and he was a receiver that eyes were drawn to all day. He caught the ball well, he moves very well for his size, and he is one who will see his stock rise on Scout.
Roderick Taylor | Callaway (Miss.)
Taylor did not win all his reps in the 1on1 sessions, but he went against Davon Godchaux, one of the top defensive linemen at this event four times. The two split when Taylor worked at tackle, but when he moved inside to guard, he dominated. He could play right tackle in a pinch, but he is best inside.
J.C. Hassenauer | East Ridge (Minn.)
A true center is Hassenauer. He was consistent and strong in the final 1on1 session and that was impressive. He took on some top interior defensive linemen in the country and he won most battles. He showed a great base, good pure strength, and he locked his hands in very well.
Drew Richmond | Memphis University School (Tenn.)
Only a sophomore and he struggled some in the 1on1s, but he kept battling, he improved, and he was recognized as one of the best at the end. He has what you look for in an offensive tackle and that size, bend, length, and athleticism will draw him a lot of attention.
Curtis Parker | North Little Rock (Ark.)
Worked out at center and he had was very strong. He won most reps and was very impressive against Charles Mosley, a four-star defensive tackle. He had a great base and stoned a few big defensive linemen.
Kevin Pendleton | Lee's Summit West (Mo.)
Not too many offensive linemen had a lot of success up against one of the best defensive line units at any NFTC this year, but Pendleton stood out. He showed good punch and he is a very physical OL.
For more from the 2013 Nike Football Training Camps, check Scout.com's Nike Football Training Camp Coverage.