Recruiting Analyst Chad Simmons watched three games last week and he saw six teams compete in scrimmages. Find out who stood out to him the most here.
Walton played Norcross, Tucker played Stephenson, and M.L.K. played Cedar Grove last week and Chad Simmons was on the sideline at each game evaluating players.
A number of prospects had solid performances, but here is who stood out the most.
– 6-5/228 - WR – Norcross, Ga.-Norcross - 2012
Recruiting: Committing to Mississippi State or Tennessee on Aug. 18
My Take: Croom had a very strong performance against Walton. He caught the first pass when Norcross took over the ball and he made plays from there on. He showed some good ability in the open field and he got behind the defense for a long touchdown catch as well. He is an athletic receiver that could be used in many different ways on the next level.
– 5-11/195 – RB – Stone Mountain, Ga.-Stephenson - 2012
Recruiting: Committed to Florida
My Take:: Davis did not have a lot of daylight to work with against Tucker, but he still had numerous positive runs. He showed better speed to the edge this year, he made some quick cuts in traffic, and he ran with good balance all night. He may not have broken off a long touchdown run, but he had a very productive night in limited work.
Recruiting: Committed to Vanderbilt
My Take: If I was naming one player that impressed me the most over the weekend, it would be Dawson. On the first play, he had a sack, and he took off from there. He had numerous stops in the backfield and he had at least four sacks. He showed good moves to the inside and he has great speed off the edge. His first step is what really set him apart.