SC MVP Camp: 2013 Strong

HOPKINS, S.C. - Some 2012 prospects shined Saturday at the South Carolina MVP Camp, but there was a strong group of 2013 prospects on that field. Here are the top 10 in that class.

The top overall performer at this event was 2013 quarterback Brice Ramsey. He is positioning himself to be one of the top ranked quarterbacks in his class. He has attended numerous camps this spring and summer and he has shined bright at each one.

He stood out at Lower Richland from the minute he got there and he was named as one of the top 10 2013 prospects in attendance.

  • Devaris Brunson - 6-1/204 - LB - Lake City (SC)
    Quick Hitter: Brunson had a strong day and was arguably the top linebacker at this event. He looked good in the drills, he is very impressive physically, and he can run. He'll be the next big recruit out of Lake City.

  • Brandon Kublanow - 6-3/283 - OG/C - Walton (GA)
    Quick Hitter: Kublanow was named the Top Offensive Lineman at this event and he was impressive from start to finish. He has great lower-body strength and he stoned many strong defensive linemen throughout the one on one session. He could be a guard or center on the next level.

  • William Cunningham - 6-4/264 - DT - Andrew Jackson (SC)
    Quick Hitter: Cunningham is extremely raw, but you can see a lot of potential when watching him compete at an event like this. He has a great frame and he does not know how good he can be down the road. Another thing to like about him is, if it does not work on the defensive line, he could be a very good offensive lineman.

  • Jay Horton - 5-9/168 - RB - Mallard Creek (NC)
    Quick Hitter: Horton is patiently waiting his turn at Mallard Creek, but when he gets the ball this year, he can make things happen. He has very quick feet, he is strong, and he showed good hands out of the backfield. He an the 40 yard dash in 4.50 seconds, one of the fastest times at this event.

  • Dominick Johnson - 6-3/173 - S - Panther Creek (NC)
    Quick Hitter: Johnson is one of those prospects that catches your eye immediately because of his size and length. He was by the longest defensive back in attendance and he looked good going through the drills. He needs to work on his coverage skills, but he is athletic, and someone that has two years to improve his skills.

  • Jaylin Miller - 6-2/266 - DE - Gaffney (SC)
    Quick Hitter: Miller is a very strong defensive lineman. His heart is at defensive end, but he has three-technique written all over him for the next level. He has good strength at the point of attack, he played with some leverage, and he showed pretty good feet. He was named Top Underclassman.

  • JaMarcus Moore - 5-9/152 - CB - Chester (SC)
    Quick Hitter: Moore was by far the best cover guy at this event. He was good in and out of his breaks, he has good quickness, and he can play physical. He is not that big and that may keep some schools away, but he will get his share of looks.

  • D.J. Park - 6-5/313 - OT - Dillon (SC)
    Quick Hitter: Park may be the top junior in South Carolina as of right now. He can be a tackle or a strong guard on the next level. He needs to continue to work on his footwork, but he has everything else. He has the size, he works hard, he has balanced power, and he is very coachable.

  • Brice Ramsey - 6-3/202 - QB - Camden County
    Quick Hitter: Ramsey like always, impressed. He is a cool quarterback that makes things look easy. He made every throw asked of him, he showed good mobility throughout the drills they were put through, and he was a unanimous choice for Top Overall Performer. Not many can throw the ball with the velocity he generates and he showed touch in this camp as well.

  • Gerald Turner - 6-1/245 - DE/LB - Goose Creek (SC)
    Quick Hitter: Turner worked with the defensive linemen in this event because he will play with his hand down a lot in 2011. Eventually though, it is likely that he will move to middle linebacker. He is a very powerful young man with football skills that already has a couple of offers.

    Other 2013 prospects under consideration were Corey Cooper, Desmond Jackson, Re'Shawn Riley, Kevin Saxton, Mike Sutton, and Jalen Stevens.

    Chad Simmons started out with Scout in 2003 covering top talent in Georgia and other areas in the South. He then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become Southeast Recruiting Manager.
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