Semper Fi Bowl: Day Two's Top 5 on Offense

With a day under the belts, who got comfortable and started to ball in Phoenix?

Only one practice on Day Two of the Semper Fidelis All American Bowl in Phoenix and there was a lot of special teams installation but there were still some heated team and one on one sessions that gave the Scout team a chance to evaluate the talent. Here are our picks for the Top Five Offensive performers of Day Two.


Deontay Greenberry
Deontay Greenberry - WR - Fresno (Calif.) Washington Union Was an absolute monster in the one on one session, no one could guard him other than Tee Shepard. Greenberry made some DBs look silly with the moves he put on him. Proved today why he is so highly regarded.

D.J. Foster
D.J. Foster - ATH - Scottsdale (Ariz.) Saguaro

Has shown tremendous versatility the past two days; lines up at Wildcat QB, RB and catches balls in the slot. Has good burst and made some nice plays in the team and one on one periods.

Matt Cochran
Matt Cochran - C - Atwater (Cali.) Buhach Colony

Was very physical on day two and started coming into his own. Was good during the live scrimmage portion, planting several defenders on their back side.

Jaydon Mickens
Jaydon Mickens - WR - Los Angeles (Cali.) Dorsey

There might not be another player in this game that has had as good of a two days as Mickens. His speed is great, going from zero to full speed in a snap of the fingers. Has shown great explosion.

Malin Jones
Malin Jones - RB - Joliet (Ill.) Joliet Catholic

Jones had a nice day, scoring a TD and carrying a few defenders in the endzone with him in the goal line session. Made some people miss carrying the ball and showed nice hands out of the backfield.



Others that stood out included Camrhon Hughes, Javon Williams, Josh Weeks, and Adam Bisnowaty.

Check back tomorrow for Day Three of coverage.


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