Dallas NFTC: All-Offense Team

A look at the top offensive performers during the Dallas Nike Football Training Camp over the weekend.

QB - David Cornwell, Norman (Okla.) North

Had good rapport with his receivers to go along with a hot hand and a big arm. He can make all of the throws and can put the ball in a tight space when need be.

RB - Mardre London, Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas

MVP for the RB position, and was more than deserving, as he was solid for most of the day. Nice hands and quick feet in drills. He also made some great catches.

RB - Rodney Anderson, Katy (Texas)

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 - Kd Cannon, Mount Pleasant (Texas)

Flashed some fancy footwork and route running abilities. His hands are huge and strong. He is super quick and that puts pressure on defensive backs to respect him.

WR - Malachi Dupre, River Ridge (La.) John Curtis

He had some remarkable battles with major defensive back recruits. He is strong and gets off the jam well.

WR - Lorenzo Joe, Abilene (Texas) Cooper

Joe is a technician at the position who has the ability to make plays deep down the field. He runs good routes and shows great concentration.

TE - Jordan Davis, Clear Lake (Texas)

Athletically he was easily one of the best of the tight ends and wide receivers, despite his class. Big and strong and can really move.

OL - Jacob Bragg, Nacogdoches (Texas)

Walked away with the MVP honors and he looked like he was playing with a bit of a chip on his shoulder. He completely stymied players at the point of contact

OL - Toby Weathersby, Spring (Texas) Westfield

Firmly put his name on the 2015 recruiting radar. He was one of the more impressive looking players and had some shining moments.

OL - Zach Rogers, Lewisville (Texas) Hebron

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 - Demetrius Knox, Fort Worth (Texas) All Saints

He played guard in the one-on-ones, where he showed great agility and quickness. He is a big dude, but looks like he could carry more weight very easily.

OL - Curtis Parker, Little Rock (Ark.) North

Watched him take three reps in the one-on-one without being beaten. He is quick coming off the snap and stays low and balance to take on the rush.

For more from the 2013 Nike Football Training Camps, hit FOXSportsNEXT's NFTC Central.

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