When Wilkins called out the count, the receivers heard him with no problem. He spoke with confidence and it was easy to see his command in and out of the huddle.
Watson is a natural athlete and it showed when quarterbacks were running routes and catching passes today. He really caught the ball well and looked very natural pulling the ball into his body.
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This young man has some feet. He was dancing around before running a route and that is all we needed to see. One of his strengths is running and mobility and that was easy to see. He got open easily today in skeleton drills, but he likely would have been open if their were a few defensive backs out there.
This one was easy - Christ looks the part somewhat, he got down in a tight end stance a few times, and he caught a few would-be touchdown passes acting as a tight end during the drills today.
This one is a tie. Grier had on the floppy Florida hat with a gator on the front and Park had a black Georgia baseball cap with a bulldog in the center. Both were showing all the school they are currently committed to.
Collier that has that aura about him on the field this week. He bounces the ball around like he is on the basketball court, he has the hat on backwards, he jogs with that swag, and he is just a quiet kid with that confidence you like.
This young man is big - very big. He is listed at 6-foot-5, 215 pounds, but that 215 pounds looks very generous depending on how you look at it. He looks more like 240 pounds or so right now, if not a little heavier. He is a big kid with a big arm.
When other campers do something well, White is quick to pat them on the back, give them a compliment, or point out their positive performance. He is a positive young man, he plays with that, and this well help him be successful.
This young man could really surprise those Boilermaker fans when he gets to Lafayette. He was really considered strongly for a top five performer on Sunday and he is a real competitor with some skills at quarterback.
National Recruiting Analyst Brandon Huffman contributed to this feature.