For this feature, the FOX Sports NEXT/Scout.com team selected the top offensive players at the Atlanta NFTC solely based on their camp performance.
Stephen Collier | Leesburg (Ga.) Lee County
Collier had a good day and it would be good to go with him because he is u known really. Big, strong and athletic QB with a good arm and he throws the ball well on the run.
Nick Chubb | Cedartown (Ga.)
Strong back that is explosive. He showed that explosion throughout the day Saturday. He was also strong in blocking and catching the football all while looking the part.
Darrel Williams | Marrero (La.) Ehret John
Williams looks to be underrated. He is a big back with good feet and he showed power. He moves well laterally as well for bigger back and didn't back down from any competition.
A strong showing for one of the top right ends in the country. He catches the ball so naturally and he runs very good routes. He gave the quarterbacks a big target and wasn't slowed throughout the day. Blazevich took home the top wide receiver award and an invite to The Opening with his work.
Shakenneth Williams | Macon (Ga.) Rutland
A big receiver who caught everything thrown his way. He attacked the ball, he used his size to his advantage and he had a very good day.
Devante Noil | New Orleans (La.) Edna Karr
Noil lived up to his nickname of "speedy" in his limited action Saturday before suffering a minor ankle injury. Originally not planning on competing at the event, the four-star laced up some running shoes and still put in work as the most talented wideout in attendance. Noil made the catch of the day on a go-route in which he skied to snag a ball over elite class of 2016 cornerback Khalil Ladler.
Christian Williams | Wetumpka (Ala.)
Hitting his stride at the right time, Williams was as stout as can be on the interior. He worked out as a center on Saturday, and stoned some of the biggest linemen at the event on routine because of his lower-body strength. Williams earned the offensive line MVP after the event.
Malik Young | Piedmont (S.C.) Woodmont
Quiet and to himself, the well put-together tackle was the best on the edge Saturday. He was the only offensive linemen to slow top-five talent Lorenzo Carter on multiple occasions with patience and a good punch. Even when Carter got the best of him, Young was ready for the next rep.
Jahlil Mathis-Ellis | Fairburn (Ga.) Langston Hughes
Mathis-Ellis held up against multiple ranked prospects using various moves against him. His 6-foot-3, 290-pound frame allows him to be versatile on the line, and it showed all day Saturday with consistency throughout.
Terronne Prescod | Decatur (Ga.) Columbia
Prescod got better throughout the day and saved his best blocking for the end of 1-on-1 competition against the most stacked defensive line class of any Nike Football Training Camp held thus far.
Alex Anderson | New Orleans (La.) Perry Walker
Anderson was the only other prospect, besides Young, to slow Carter at all. He got the better of the five-star on one occasion and held his own otherwise throughout the day.
FOX Sports NEXT's Chad Simmons and John Garcia Jr. compiled this report.
For more from the 2013 Nike Football Training Camps, check Scout.com's Nike Football Training Camp Coverage.