To be a quarterback in high school, he looked natural on the football field Saturday at wide receiver. He made nice adjustments on the ball, he showed his speed down the field, and he is very athletic.
George Campbell, 2015 WR, Tarpon Springs East Lake
This five-star continues to show he is one of the top athletes in this class. His hands have been suspect at times, but they were strong in this event. He is so fluid, he high-points the ball well, and he blazed by many of the defensive backs trying to cover him.
Chandler Cox, 2015 H-Back, Apopka
Being a fullback/H-back, Cox at times gets overlooked, but he is one of the top football players in the state of Florida. He worked out at running back some of the time and he ran some routes as a tight end and slot receiver. He catches the ball well, he competes hard, and he is very strong.
Deondre Farrier, 2015 WR, Orlando Lake Nona
Farrier was named MVP at his position and he was solid from start to finish. There may not be anything flashy about his game, but he was a good route-runner, he flashed quickness out of his breaks, and he played with a lot of confidence. The coaches really liked Farrier.
Deondre Francois, 2015 QB, Orlando Olympia
It was a repeat of Friday for Francois. He was Scout's top quarterback at the Elite 11 tryout and he was the best at his position again Saturday. This young man can spin the football, he showed good anticipation, and again showed off his arm strength. He is going to get even better over time as he becomes more consistent and improves his touch on the ball.
Martez Ivey, 2015 OT, Apopka
It was Ivey, then everyone else on the offensive line. There were a couple of interior offensive linemen that held their own, but Ivey showed when he wants to dominate, he can. He is such a natural bender, he has great length, and he still has so much room to improve.
Ray Ray McCloud, 2015 ATH, Tampa Sickels
If you are looking for an electric athlete who can help you at multiple positions on the next level, McCloud is your guy. He worked out at receiver Saturday and he could have chosen running back or corner and done just as well. He is so quick off the line of scrimmage, defensive backs had a hard time touching him. He caught the ball very well and he made play after play.
Dexter Williams, 2015 RB, Winter Garden West Orange
If Scout named a top performer on the day, it would likely be Williams. He put on a show during the Sparq testing, then followed it up with great work at running back. He makes quick cuts, he was very good out of the backfield as a receiver, and he was tough for any linebacker to lay a hand on. His recruitment has taken off over the last month and it may go to another level now.
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