QB: Chason Virgil – For the second day in a row, Virgil proved to be the top guy by connecting on a variety of throws.
RB: Chris Warren – There were a fair share of big backs in attendance, but Warren is one who showed why he will be a major prospect. For his size, he showed speed and quickness, two traits that college coaches will look for in a back.
RB: Rodney Anderson – Not new to the big stage (starting varsity as a freshman), Anderson was solid on the day in passing and blocking drills. He also physically looks great.
WR: DaMarkus Lodge – Lodge showed that he belonged with the big boys. He made some terrific catches and showed why he is considered to be the next big thing at Cedar Hill.
WR: Kirk Merritt – Speedy wide receiver prospect, who is also very well put together. He looked very good in all the speed and agility drills and without knowing results I am guessing he tested well.
TE: Jordan Davis – Big, strong and tall is what is needed to be a great tight end. Check all of this off for Davis, plus athletically he was easily one of the best of the tight ends and wide receivers, despite his class.
OL: Zach Rogers – Plays with great technique and is strong at the point of attack. Was one of the best at the camp regardless of recruiting class.
OL: Tristan Teuhema – Already has the necessary size and frame to be considered a college player and is just starting to realize what his potential can be. He will be a good one.
OL: Toby Weathersby – Firmly put his name on the 2015 recruiting radar. He was one of the more impressive looking players and had some shining moments.
DL: Bryce English – Showed that he has the ability to get after it. On the shorter side, he uses that to his advantage, by staying low and overpowering OL.
DL: Duvonta Lampkin – Emerged on the scene as a bona fide potential super star in the class. He was very fiery and was one of those special looking types in the one-on-one.
LB: Anthony Wheeler – Sure he passed the eyeball test, but Wheeler proved he could ball...again. The Skyline defender has a great first step and quickness that makes him able to get out and play well in space.
LB: Cameron Townsend – It didn't take but a few plays to see that Townsend is a player to watch. He looked solid in a number of drills, but shined when in pass coverage against some of the state's top running backs.
DB: Deionte Thompson – It was loaded group at defensive back and Thompson still stood out, showing why a school like Alabama took an early interest.
DB: Jalen Campbell – Smooth defender who could be looked at in his early stages of development with a very high ceiling. Could be completely different a year from now with natural growth.
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