The Mississippi State Bulldog commitment is an impressive looking prospect. He has great size (6-3/225) and can really turn and run. McNair shows very good range and plays the ball well. He also shows that he's not a liability in space, rather, he can make plays in space against the smaller, quicker players.
(CB) Kevin Toliver (Jacksonville Trinity Christian)
Perhaps there is not a bigger named player in the state than Toliver. After all, he has been a top recruit for some time now and a long time LSU commitment. Everyone wants a shot at this cornerback. Naturally, he got beat a time or two yesterday. When that happens, a big deal is made. But it's gonna happen and a nature for the position, especially in 7-on-7. This is an elite prospect with coveted size, length, and all the cover skills you look for in a player at this position.
(CB) Kenyatta Anderson (Gulfport, Fla./Boca Ciega)
On the other end of the Toliver spectrum is Anderson, an unknown from the St. Petersburg area. This is the second time this month I have evaluated (was also at Orlando NFTC) him. He has size (6-0/185) and I love his physical style in press coverage. Anderson has a great punch and balance. He can turn and run with anyone. Anderson also excels at driving on the ball. This kid has a serious burst of speed. Against South Florida Express he gave Dionte Mullins fits and that's difficult to do against this standout 2016 wide receiver. No one is recruiting him at this point other than a few schools like Indiana, Iowa and USF. Don't be surprised if his stock takes off this spring.
(CB) Nate Ferguson (Tampa Gaither)
Ferguson teams with Anderson on Unsigned Preps (Tampa). He's not tall (5-9/175) but he's thick and compact. In fact, he's built more like a running back than a cornerback. Ferguson plays the position with a pit bull attitude. He's in your hip pocket and plays a physical brand of football. Best of all, Ferguson has outstanding ball skills. He had five interceptions on the day and has a knack for making some uncanny plays in the secondary. This is a feisty defensive back that could excel as a slot corner.
(S) George Campbell (Tarpon Springs, Fla./East Lake)
This is not an error and no edit is needed. What folks need to realize is that Campbell is more than just a wide receiver. When he did play on offense yesterday Campbell caught the ball well. That's a nice sign and it's also coming off a very good Orlando NFTC for this East Lake star because he struggled with consistency as a receiver last fall. Campbell is a fantastic athlete with size, superior speed and versatility. He excels on the other side of the ball and could play at all three levels of the defense. On Sunday, Campbell played a lot of safety for Team Tampa and was outstanding.
(S) Jaquan Johnson (Miami Killian)
Johnson was perhaps the top player on this day for the South Florida Express defense. This is one of the top athletes in the state who shines everywhere no matter what position he plays. Johnson is thick and well built. He has speed, can change directions, shows good short area quickness and a suddenness to his game on the back end.
(S) Tyrek Cole (Miramar, Fla.)
It was an interesting day for Cole, as he mainly played safety due to some injuries in the secondary for South Florida Express. While I would contend this kid is at his best in pure press coverage, I thought he performed very well as a safety. But Cole is a natural, who plays with a sense and instinct. He's smooth, quick and long and at this position and showed range.