Would love to go to USC but has not been offered yet. Colorado and recently Arizona State offered scholarships and Arizona could be close as well. Those are his top four along with Utah right now.
Dennis Dixon, 6-3, 175 San Leandro (Calif.)- Had some mechanical issues with his release but showed off a strong arm and has a big upside.
Is as wide open as it gets and even his friends say they have no idea where's he's leaning. Will narrow list down to five in early August.
Tommy Grady, 6-6, 210 Huntington Beach (Calif.) Edison- One of the top three performers of the camp. One of the two strongest arm along with Russell and one of the two more accurate passers along with Leak.
Will leave in a week to take unofficial trips to Miami, Florida State, Florida, LSU, Tennesse and Oklahoma. If Miami offers while on his visit, he could commit before leaving.
Robert Lane, 6-3, 210 Monroe (La.) Neville- A gamer who may not stand out in a camp geared strictly towards passing but when the pads come on, he's the one you want on your side.
Had a good time at Colorado on an unofficial trip following the camp but LSU still looks to be the team to beat over Auburn. Will likely commit early but said there's no time table right now. Said when he wakes up one morning and feels like committing, he will.
Chris Leak, 6-0, 205 Charlotte (N.C) Independence- Might have the been the most accurate passer of any camper we've ever had. Arm got stronger as the camp went along.
Tennessee leads but he said he'll definitely visit Notre Dame and Florida for sure and probably UCLA as well. We think it would be a monumental upset if anyone other than the Vols signs Leak.
Justin Midgett, 6-4, 180 Punta Gorda (Fla.) Charlotte Co.- Looked very smooth all week. Nice, easy delivery and can make all the throws. Also very good in the classroom and has great understanding of the game.
Committed early to Florida.
Blake Mitchell, 6-3, 175 LaGrange (Ga.)- Struggled early but came on the last couple of days. Has all the tools to be a solid college quarterback.
Mitchell said he's planning to cut his list down shortly but at this time, he said there's seven schools he's looking at: Florida, Florida State, LSU, Tennessee, Georgia, Auburn and South Carolina.
T.C Ostrander, 6-3, 186 Menlo-Atherton (Calif.)- May have been the surprise of the camp and was in everyone's top five by the end of the weekend. Smart, accurate and great release.
Stanford leads and is tough to beat when a player has the grades to get in like Ostrander. The wild card could be how interested he is in staying close to home or leaving. Arizona State, Oregon and USC are also in the mix.
Clayton Richard, 6-5, 225 Lafayette (Ind.) McCutcheon- Struggled early with a long release but had a great last two days of the camp.
Will also cut his list shortly but is currently looking at Colorado, UCLA, LSU, Tennessee, Purdue, Illinois and Michigan.
JaMarcus Russell, 6-5, 215 Mobile (Ala.) Williamson- Had to sit out the last half of three of the five practices with a sore arm. When he was out there, showed he probably has more upside than anyone else in the camp.
Top three are LSU, Florida and Georgia. Also looking at Florida State, Auburn and Tennessee.
Andre Woodson, 6-5, 220 Radcliff (Ky.) North Hardin- Still somewhat raw, but has a big arm and his best days are definitely ahead of him.
Named Kentucky, Penn State and Louisville as his top three. Said he's not leaning towards any one school but Penn State could be the ultimate team to beat.
Kyle Wright, 6-4, 185 Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista- Had a great week and was voted by his peers as the top signal caller of the week.
Very tight race between USC and Miami with Texas right behind. We'll know a lot more after his unofficial trip to Miami next week but it's almost a dead heat right now.