Houston NFTC: 2016 Pregame Watch

Scout.com takes a look at a few 2016 guys who will participate in the Houston Nike Football Training Camp.

Offense 
RB Kameron Martin (Port Arthur Memorial)
One of the more popular names in the country, Martin will get to put his skills again the best. His speed and quickness will likely set him apart from the rest, regardless of class.

QB Deriq King (Manvel)
He's listed as a quarterback on the roster, but it will be interesting to see where he works on Sunday, as many colleges are recruiting him as a receiver/athlete. No matter where he is placed, look for him to make plays. 


WR Courtney Lark (Houston Bellaire)
A receiver with sure hands and one who can be counted on to make a play when it matters most, Lark should match up well with the area's best. He has already started proving that with his production from last season.

RB Rakeem Boyd (Stratford)
Playing with a tough-minded mentality, it will be good to see Boyd in a skilled environment. He showed that he can play this style of ball as Stratford loves giving its guys the ball in space. But Boyd does love the contact. 

RB Devwah Whaley (Beaumont Central)
Could be the best two-way player at the camp, Whaley has been used as the running back at Central and has excelled. He is equally, if not better in the secondary. Either way, he should be a playmaker on Sunday. 

RB Trevor Speights (McAllen Memorial)
Been making things happen since he was a freshman (producing yards as a rusher and receiver), Speights will show well with his skills set on Sunday. He can really do damage in a one-on-one set and in the open field. 

Defense
DT Ed Oliver (Spring Westfield)
It doesn't matter where, Oliver is sure to be dominant. Much like he did plenty of last season on the field, Oliver is so much quicker than lots of opposing offensive lineman. Look for him to be a top player again at the Houston Nike Camp.

LB Jordan Carmouche (Manvel)
Not unknown to college coaches across the country, Carmouche has the build to be a solid hybrid outside linebacker/safety prospect. Looking forward to checking out his performance. 

Deontay Anderson (Manvel)
Playing the entire field has been a strength of Anderson. When the passing drills competition gets underway, look for Anderson to show what he has done all through his sophomore season.
DB Brandon Jones (Nacogdoches)
Clearly one the best in state and has been a hot name as of late. A close eye will be in his direction as well.


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