Under Armour: Bone's Best

FoxSports/Scout.com has seen several of the top players perform this week in Orlando for the Under Armour All-America game. Andrew Bone gives his view of the top performances of the week.

Quarterback: Brett Hundley

It hasn't been a strong week for the quarterbacks in Orlando, but Brett Hundley was my choice for the top guy. He was impressive the first two days and stole the spotlight from a few of the higher rated players in the game. He has a strong arm and good size. He was more comfortable throwing the ball in the pocket and demonstrated the ability to roll outside and make the throw.

Running Back: Isaiah Crowell

The Red Team running backs were impressive with Crowell and Savon Huggins. Crowell can do it all. He can run in between the trenches, run to the outside and catches the ball out of the backfield. He is the biggest back in the game at 210-pounds, but has been showing off his speed on screens and wheel routes.

Wide Receiver: Jarvis Landry/Eli Rogers

It was tough to choose a receiver who had the better week between Javis Landry and Eli Rogers. Landry was very consistent throughout the practices catching the ball and getting open. He has strong hands and a physical player. Rogers ran better routes than any player on either team. He is quick out of his breaks and does a great job at creating separation.

Offensive Line: Cyrus Kouandjio

Cyrus earned his No.1 ranking this week and is challenging for the top spot in the country. He won several one-on-one battles against Clowney, and at times made it seem easy. He did get beat by Clowney more than once, but he did prove himself in front of a lot of eyes.

Tight End: Ben Koyack

Koyack is on the same team with the No. 1 tight end in the country Jay Rome, but he outperformed him in practice. Koyack runs great routes and catches the ball extremely well.

Defensive End: Jadeveon Clowney

Clowney lived up to his No. 1 ranking with his peformance. Cyrus Kouandjio was his only real challenge throughout the week. He is scary-good coming off the edge at 6-foot-6, 250-pounds with his speed and initial burst. He will have a lot of offensive coordinators game planning against him in the future.

Defensive Tackle: Anthony Johnson

Johnson rotated at defensive tackle and defensive end throughout the week. He spent most of the time at tackle. He is very athletic for his size and a powerful lineman. He uses his hands well and does a great job fighting off blocks. He set the national sack record for his high school career and was seen often in the backfield.

Linebacker: Trey DePriest

DePriest was impressive every day. He will play outside linebacker on the next level, but he is working on the outside. He physical and plays fast. He did a great job at practice flying to the ball and was a star in pass coverage.

Cornerback: Josh Turner

The Texas commitment plays with a lot of aggression. He is long and does a great job coming up to attack the run. Turner did a great job in one-on-one coverage. He has good hips and awareness. He closes well on the ball and is physical.

Safety: Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix

Clinton-Dix started out slow and looking for his groove. He improved as the practices progressed. He recorded four interceptions the second day of practice when the Red Team worked 7-on-7. He had another great day Monday in pass coverage. He broke up a couple of passes and demonstrated great closing speed. FSU commitment Karlos Williams laid some big hits this week and was highly considered for the top safety.

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