UA Game: Sunshine State Stock Report

The state of Florida had 22 players scheduled to participate in the UnderArmour game. That number was cut to 20 after wide receiver's Nelson Agholor and Chris Black were unable to participate due to injuries.

We take a look at three who have helped their stock and three who have hurt it.

Stock Up

Amari Cooper: The Alabama commitment had a sensational three days of practice. The top WR on his team, Cooper was unstoppable in 1on1's and showed the enormous talent that he possesses. Coming from one of Dade County's most storied programs(Miami Northwestern), Cooper compares favorably with any WR the school has produced. Super smooth, Cooper showed that his hands are under-rated as well.

Trey Griffey: A rare player in this game that does not have a public offer, Griffey should get the biggest uptick of any player in the game. At 6'2, he held his own against some of the top CBs in the country. Griffey has improved a lot since the off-season camps and combines and should attract some BCS attention down the stretch.

Leonard Williams: Williams established himself as a national prospect this week. Blessed with tremendous size, he moves well, and plays tough. He was difficult to handle 1on1 and still has plenty of upside left. He is being recruited hard by FSU, UF, Auburn, and Miami down the stretch.

Stock Down

Noor Davis: Davis was making a gigantic leap in competition this week and at times it was apparent. He possesses great length and should tip the scales at 240+ down the road, but needs to work on his lateral agility or he will play with his hand in the dirt.

Avery Young: Young has the tools and body to be the nation's top OT prospect. His ceiling is through the roof and he has a brother playing on Sunday's. He did not always play to that level this week. Young had the chance to be this game's top linemen and he did not deliver.

Avery Johnson: The LSU commit had a quiet three days and missed practice today. Coming on the heels of a quiet season, Johnson needs to stop this trend. Johnson has IT. He has the ability to be a difference making WR. He needs to focus on his game and adding weight.

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