Has a shot to be the most heavily recruited player to come out of the camp. Like Oliver, Anderson is Class of 2016 prospect. He is well put together and moves very fluidly. It is too early to make comparisons, but physically he will remind a bit of 2014 top-rated safety Jamal Adams, but even bigger.
Beaumont Ozen LB Keeath Magee (5'11, 210)
Magee is a solid player at the linebacker position. He is built like a running back and moves as well or better than many running backs. Coaches son who has good smarts and instincts.
Spring DT Bravion Roy (6'2, 300)
Keep your ear to the ground for big news on this guy. They do not have that many guys who move like him over 300 pounds, and for that reason he will be a known name to all major schools in the area.
Manvel WR Reggie Hemphill (6-0, 165)
As he has at many competetions, Hemphill was one of the best, if not the best receiver on hand other than his teammate at Manvel (Haynes). He runs great routes and if a ball is near him, consider it caught.
Beaumont Central RB/S Devwah Whaley (5'11, 185)
Worked out at running back ans just has that look about his game. I think he has the build and frame to be an excellent safety prospect as well. He is already known to be possibly the next best athlete in Beaumont now that Tony Brown has moved on to Alabama.
Westfield DT Ed Oliver (6'1, 264)
Oliver was one of the younger 2016 top talents in attendance. He had strong sophomore season at Westfield and shows that he has a wide range of skills at his position. He has good speed to get around offensive linemen and can also bull rush. With continued development he will be one of the top prospects at his position nationally.