Chesapeake Bowl Underclassmen Watch

Alexandria, VA-- The Chesapeake Bowl Underclassmen Prospect-Watch Camp kicked off early Saturday morning. We leave you with a list of up and coming talent from the mid-Atlantic region.

While the top seniors from the mid-Atlantic region battled it out for an entry into the inaugural Chesapeake Bowl, a number of talented underclassmen got to show off their stuff earlier in the morning.

NFL great Troy Vincent's son Troy Vincent Jr. enters the tenth grade at Georgetown Prep with big shoes to fill. The 2014 prospect talks about learning from pop and more here:

Keep an eye on Dunbar's (D.C.) 2013 quarterback Lamel Matthews who has received interest from dozens of high caliber programs including New Mexico, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Penn State and Virginia Tech. Rutgers was the only place he camped this summer, but the 6-foot-2, 195-pound signal caller says he hopes to be in the stands for a Maryland and New Mexico game this season.

An injury kept Paul Harris, a recent transfer to DeMatha (M.D.), on the sidelines during his sophomore campaign. He has since bounced back stronger than ever, turning heads at various camps in the All-Met area. Harris said, "Rutgers and Maryland are on the verge of offering me. I just was injured last season and don't have any tape."

Another 2013 wide-out / cornerback to keep on your watch-list is Devin Butler from Gonzaga (D.C.). The 6-foot-1, 175-pound athlete has caught the eyes of the Rutgers and Wisconsin coaching staffs.

St. Albins two-year staring sophomore running back Arthur Jones is on fire. He walked away form the UNC summer camp with recognition as the "best running back," he said, and he certainly made the top prospect-watch this weekend.

McDonough's 2013 linebacker Christian Cole is solid muscle at 6-foot-1, 205-pounds. He has the frame and technical skill, he just needs to work on loosening up a tad. He seems a bit stiff at times, but other than that, he is a beast. UNC took an early liking to Cole.

In two years from now, remember this name: Jared Harris. It was impossible for Harris to go unnoticed. The incoming freshman quarterback at St. John's College High is a beast at 6-foot2, 200-pounds and owns one heck of a lethal arm.

Stay on for addiitional coverage on these rising stars.

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