Allen lit up the camp and if there was an overall MVP, he might have won it, he was that impressive. The signal caller is a lot more physical than given credit for showing off a very strong arm and was throwing with accuracy all camp long.
RB D.J. Riggins, Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian
Riggins had some of the quickest feet in the bag drills and has had a very impressive winter thus far. He plays fast and has some definite game breaking ability. He may not have the size to be an every down back in college but he projects very well as a change of pace of back and is dangerous in the open field.
RB Royce Freeman, Imperial (Calif.)
Freeman measured in at a rock solid 5-11, 220 pounds and looks like a college player right now. The athlete isn't just a big, power back, he showed good hands out of the backfield and impressive top end speed. He doesn't have a lot of wiggle and won't do much to make a defender miss in the open field but if you're looking for a power back to run between the tackles, Freeman is your guy.
RB Demario Richard, Palmdale (Calif.)
Richard is a well built back and came in bigger than expected, weighing in right around 200 pounds. He was physical in the pass rush drills with the linebackers and showed good hands out of the backfield as well. He runs with a nice forward lean, can change direction and gets in and out of his breaks very well.
WR Christian Kirk, Scottsdale (Ariz.) Saguaro (2015)
Kirk took home WR MVP honors after a very strong workout. He took reps in the slot and out wide and dominated at both spots. Kirk gets in and out of his breaks extremely well and catches everything with his hands. He's definitely one of the elite players out west in the 2015 class.
WR Jordan Lasley, Gardena (Calif.) Serra
Lasley has good size and a nice, athletic frame. He runs well and can get down the field and make a play. He also works hard and was a front of the line, getting as many reps as he could. He had a few drops but always came back strong and you have to love his compete level.
OL Damien Mama, Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco
At 6-4, 352 pounds, Mama was one of the biggest lineman in the camp but showed surprising agility and worked out with the tackles. He's currently rated the top guard in the west but it's not a stretch to say he could play some right tackle in college as well.
OL Viane Talamaivao, Corona (Calif.) Centennial
They don't get any more tough or physical than Talamaivao. He's coming off a junior season that saw him miss most of the year with a fractured foot but looked healthy and dominant on Sunday. At 6-2, he'll likely play guard or even center in college and has the road grader mentality you love to see in an interior lineman.
OL Deontay Estes, Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde
Rancho Verde lineman always perform well at the NIKE Camp going back to Tyron Smith's sophomore year and Estes impressed as well. At 6-5, 285 pounds, he's very well put together and looks and moves like a prototype left tackle prospect. He's a god athlete, very strong and you can expect his stock to rise in the spring.
OL Toa Lobendahn, La Mirada (Calif.)
The USC commit is worked out with the tackles but after measuring in at 6-3, 285 pounds, he may have to transition to guard in college. Lobendahn is a strong, skilled and technically sound lineman who competed well. He's a very smart lineman and it wouldn't surprise if center ended up his ultimate destination.
OL Troy Bacon, Apple Valley (Calif.)
Bacon was one of the surprise performers of the day and stood out in every drill as well as the one on ones. Like Lobendahn, he plays tackle but has more of a guard frame. He's a good athlete and just needs to add some size and strength, he has everything else you could want in a next level lineman.