2011 Under Armour Baltimore - Offense

Scout.com was in attendance at the Under Armour Camp and Combine held at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD. Scout.com takes a look at the top performers on offense from the two day event.

The 2011 version of the Under Armour Camp and Combine came to Baltimore, Maryland this week and players as far away as California came to learn and perform at one of the premier events in the country. Scout.com takes a look at some of the players that stood out on offense over the two days.


QB Elliott Chudwick (6'1"/190, Connecticut, Ansonia) – Chudwick was better throwing on the first day than the second but still impressed with his throwing motion and footwork. He is a lefty that has mobility and tested pretty well in the athletic test. He made good decisions in the 7 v 7 drills. He had a solid event overall.

2013 QB Kyle Downer (6'2"/190, Vienna, VA, Oakton) – Downer, only a sophomore, showed very good physical tools. He already has good size for college with two more years to grow. He competed well in the drills and is one to watch over the next two years.

2013 QB Roland Johnson (6'2"/180, North Bethesda, MD, Georgetown Prep) – Johnson had some very good throws on day one. He has some size already as a sophomore and is an athletic player. He even lined up as receiver and did some nice things there. He is another one to watch over the next two years.

QB Raymond Noel (6'1"/185, Lowell, MA, Lowell) – Noel is a quiet, get the job done kind of guy. He has a good arm and makes good decisions. He showed good accuracy over the two days and has some mobility. You can tell he is a winner. He was consistent from beginning to end.


RB Donta Abron (5'9"/185, Upland, CA, Upland) – Abron came all the way from California to get some exposure to the east coast. Abron had a good couple of days. Although he is undersized a bit as a tailback it is all muscle. He is very strong but possesses a lot of athleticism as well.

RB Evan Chase (6'2"/225, Homeschooled, Maryland Christian) – Chase was solid both days. He didn't show the speed he needs to play as the primary ball carrier but he did stand out as a guy that can help you win games as a true fullback. He has good size, strength and nice hands coming out of the backfield.

RB Kenneth Goins (5'10"/210, Baltimore, MD, Gilman) – Goins is very muscular athlete that has all the physical tools you want in a player. He was one of the top performers in every athletic test and then displayed that athleticism in one on one and 7 v 7 drills. He is way too much to handle in coverage for a linebacker. He offers versatility on either side of the ball on the next level.

2013 RB Juan-Carlos Mao-Alston (5'9"215, Annandale, VA, Annandale) - Mao-Alston seemed to be taking a catch for a touchdown every time in one on one drills. He has very good hands and deceptive speed. He is a bigger player even as a sophomore. He may grow into a fullback but he will bring a lot of physical tools to the position.

RB Sterling Parks (5'10"/180, Upper Marlboro, MD, Riverdale Baptist) – Parks was one of the top performers at the event. He had a great first day and then followed that up with an even better second day. Parks had the fastest 40 time and vertical at the combine. He has all the tools to be successful on the next level, offense or defense.

RB Jalen Randolph (6'/180, Folsom, PA, Ridley) – Randolph put up solid numbers in the athletic tests including 18 reps on the bench which is very good for his size. He showed good quickness and goes hard every rep. He is too much athlete to be covered by most linebackers. He was good all day long.

RB Fernando Smith (5'10"/190, Fulton, MD, Reservoir) – Smith kept making plays throughout the two days. He stood out a little more on day one but that was because day two added another 100 or so participants. He wasn't necessarily spectacular in any one thing but was solid across the board.


WR Javier Suarez (5'11"/175, Oakton, VA, Flint Hill) – Suarez wasn't there on day two but did enough one day one to make the list. He is a very good route runner that may have had the best hands at the event. He also was a vocal leader that made big plays on day one.

WR Derrill Thomas (5'8"/170, Ashburn, VA, Broad Run) – Thomas stood out throughout the two days especially during the one on ones and the 7 v 7 drills. He showed good quickness and the ability to get open against man or zone coverages. He would make a good slot receiver in college.

WR Jacob Tomczak (6'1/200 Derby, CT, Derby) – Tomzcak doesn't look like a receiver. He is a muscular kid sporting a Mohawk. He looks like a defensive player, which despite showing good hands, I think he will end up playing. He has good straight line speed but doesn't have the burst or elusiveness needed as a receiver. He was hurt at the beginning of day two but showed just enough to make the list.


OL Chancellor Bell (6'3"/330, Edgewood, MD, Edgewood) – Bell dominated the first day of the event. Day two brought much more competition but Bell still had a solid day. He needs to get in a little better shape but already has college size. He is still a bit raw but has lots of potential.

OL Adam DePietro (6'4"/280, Lancaster, PA, Lancaster Catholic) – DePietro was only a day two participant but it was obvious early on that he was one of the best players at the event. He is a powerful guy that showed good footwork and flexibility. He maintains a good base and can sty in front of his opponent. He won the "Linemen Challenge" with his partner Brian Gaia.

OL Clay Machen (6'4"/295, Auburn AL, Auburn) – Machem drew praise from the coaches. He worked hard and already has very good size. He needs to work on his lateral quickness but already is showing some power in his game.

OL Mike Madaras (6'5"/290, Olney, MD, Good Counsel) – Madaras is huge but in shape. He is going to be one massive player in college. He is one of the hardest workers I have seen this year. He loves to compete and with his size and physical tools he makes it a long day for the defender. He will be even better in college because of his work ethic and attitude.

OL Ronnie Screen (6'1"/335, Upper Marlboro, MD, Riverdale Baptist) – Screen has good size although he needs to play closer to 300 pounds right now. He is still strong and shows some skills for the position. The potential is there he just needs to put it all together.

2013 OL Ian Stoner (6/255, Glen Allen, VA, Deep Run) – Stoner is only a sophomore but competed well against the older players. He played with tenacity and showed good effort. He is tough and has pretty good technique. He is only 15 so he still has some growth in him.

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