Dallas NFTC: All-Defense Team

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

DL - Solomon Thomas, Coppell (Texas)

Looked the part and tested very well. He dominated all comers in the one-on-one action and went against some of the best. Showed an explosive first step.

DL - Duvonta Lampkin, Cypress (Texas) Falls

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.

DL - Bryce English, DeSoto (Texas)

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 - Trey Lealaimatafao, San Antonio (Texas) Warren

If you only saw his first two reps you would not pick him, but if you only saw his last two you may have thought he was the best there. Fires off as quick as you can for a big man and uses his hands well.

LB - Matthew Adams, Fort Bend (Texas) Hightower

From the start of the camp until the end Adams was one of the more consistent and reliable performers, also was solid in on-on-one portion of the camp.

LB - Anthony Wheeler, Dallas (Texas) Skyline

One of the most physically impressive. The Skyline defender has a great first step and quickness that makes him able to get out and play well in space.

DB - Jamal Adams, Lewisville (Texas) Hebron

He showed good awareness and knowledge of the game in defensive drills and matchups. Was the MVP of the entire camp in many eyes. He locked down all comers in the one-on-one drills

DB - Tony Brown, Beaumont (Texas) Ozen

Blew the competition out of the water during testing and all of the best wide receivers called him out to compete. He showed well, winning or losing against the elite.

DB - Edward Paris, Mansfield (Texas) Timberview

Paris likes to be very physical up front and has the frame for it, but for a bigger framed corner he does have very good hips and can turn and run.

DB - Kavin Alexander, Little Rock (Ark.) North

Alexander, who scored the second highest Sparq in history (148.17), also took on some of the slickest in on-on-one. Earned an invite to The Opening.

DB Derrick Dixon, Dallas (Texas) Skyline

He is not tall, but extremely put together and very explosive. He has good speed which allows him to hang with receivers and has a tremendous burst.

For more from the 2013 Nike Football Training Camps, check Scout.com's Nike Football Training Camp Coverage.

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