Green, only a sophomore, was the top overall tester with a SPARQ rating of 111.54.
2012 linebacker prospect Westray, who also plays running back and defensive back, followed closely behind with a 101.28 SPARQ rating highlighted by a stellar 4.16 shuttle time (third best overall) and 35.7 vertical jump. Westray is hearing from Duke, Maryland, Kansas State, Michigan, Marshall and Towson.
Taivon Jacobs is a speedster to keep an eye on from the class of 2013. The 5-foot-10, 165 pound cornerback and kick returner from Suitland (Accokeek, Md.) earned the second best 40-yard dash at 4.47 in addition to a top five score in the 20-yard shuttle. Although only a sophomore, Jacobs is getting early looks from Clemson, Maryland, Notre Dame. Jacobs plans to attend summer camps at Ohio State, Rutgers and Maryland.
2012 Torie Wagner finished in the top five for the 40-yard dash with a 4.53 time. Wagner who spends most of his time on the track at Old Mill (Md.), first laced up for Varsity football last year and is new to the recruiting process.
Willie Ponder, a 5-foot-11, 183 pound wide receiver from Western Branch (Chesapeake, Va.) was less than a second behind Westray in the 20-yard shuttle clocking a 4.18, the fourth highest time. Ponder showed great agility and scored a solid 94.26 SPARQ rating. The 2012 prospect is hearing from Delaware, James Madison and Old Dominion. He plans to attend camps at Richmond, Towson, Delaware and Appalachian State.
2012 prospects Kenneth Coughlin, a linebacker from Tottenville (Staten Island, N.Y.) and Benjamin Mitchell, an outside linebacker from Altoona Area (Altoona, PA.) both displayed dominating strength and both had the overall best power ball score of 41.
Following closely behind in the power ball test was 2013 Derrick Green and 2013 Benjamin Scott of Seventy First (Fayetteville, N.C.). Scott, a tough and physical tight end tied Green with a 40.5 power ball score. Scott is receiving early interest from North Carolina, Duke and NC State.
Darius Lewis, a 2012 defensive back from Quince Orchard (Rockville, Md.), proved he has ups with a 39.3 vertical jump, the highest on the day. Brehon Daniel, a 2012 running back from Salem (Virginia Beach, Va.) came in second with a 37.0 vertical jump.
Agree who ran a 4.46-40 yard dash has received a hefty amount of questionnaires from PSU, MSU, Tennessee, UCLA, Maryland and the list goes on.
Baltimore Nike SPARQ Combine Top Fives Ratings:
1. Derrick Green, ('13), RB, Hermitage (Richmond, Va.) 111.54
2. Michael Westray, lB, Westlake (Waldorf, Md.) 101.28
3. Temuchin "Bucky" Hodges, ('13), QB, Salem (Virginia Beach, Va.) 98.01
4. Brehon Daniels, RB, Salem (Virginia Beach, Va.) 96.54
5. Sterling Parks, RB, Riverdale Baptist School (Upper Marlboro, Md.) 96.03
1. Juleon Killikelly Lee, DB, Western School Of Technology (Gwynn Oak, Md.) 4.46
2. Taivon Jacobs, ('13), WR, Suitland (Accokeek, Md.) 4.47
3. Matthew Davis, ('13), RB, Arundel (Odenton, Md.) 4.50
4. Xavier Griffin, WR, Newark (Wilmington, Del.) 4.53
5. Torie Wagner, DB, Old Mill High School (Severn, Md.) 4.5
1. J.T Ventura, ('13), RB, Hollidaysburg Area Senior (Hollidaysburg, Pa.) 4.12
2. Gregory Stephens, ('13), DB, Eastern Technical (Baltimore, Md.) 4.15
3. Michael Westray, LB, Westlake (Waldorf, Md.) 4.16
4. Willie Ponder, WR, Western Branch (Chesapeake, Va.) 4.18
5. Taivon Jacobs, ('13), WR, Suitland (Accokeek, Md.) 4.19
Kneeling Power Ball
1. Kenneth Coughlin, LB, Tottenville (Staten Island, N.Y.) 41
1. Benjamin Mitchell, OL, Altoona Area (Altoona, PA.) 41
3. Derrick Green, ('13), RB, Hermitage (Richmond, VA.) 40.5
3. Benjamin Scott, ('13), TE, Seventy First (Fayetteville, N.C.) 40.5
5. Jonah Plymire, LB, Central York (York, Pa.) 40
5. Maurice Box, LB, Gallatin (Gallatin, Tenn.) 40
1. Darius Lewis, DB, Quince Orchard (Rockville, Md.) 39.3
2. Brehon Daniels, RB, Salem (Virginia Beach, Va.) 37.0
3. Samuel Benjamin, DB, Mount Saint Joseph (Baltimore, Md.) 36.7
4. Ulus Jorden, WR, Archbishop Wood (Philadelphia, Pa.) 35.9
5. Michael Westray, LB, Westlake (Waldorf, Md.) 35.7
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