Washington, D.C., NFTC: Top 5 WRs

CLIFTON, Va. -- A look at the top five wide receivers at Saturday's Nike Football Training Camp at Centreville High.

1. A.J. Alexander, 2015, Burke (Va.) Lake Braddock Secondary

Skinny: Alexander is a big, physical wide receiver. He overpowered defensive backs all day and made several tough catches across the middle. He also showed the ability get separation and made several plays downfield. His recruitment is gaining momentum, and it's easy to see why.

2. Emanuel Hall , 2015, 6-3, 180, Franklin (Tenn.) Centennial

Skinny: Hall was dominant on Saturday. Hall is a long, fluid athlete. He ran crisp routes and showed good speed. Hall did a nice job of creating separation from defensive backs and made several catches downfield.

3. Tino Ellis, 2016, 6-1, 180, Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha

Skinny: Ellis is an excellent route-runner and kept defensive backs on their heels all day. He showed good quickness and was very physical. Ellis also showed good concentration and did nice job of catching the ball away from his body.

4. Mark Birmingham,2016, Ashburn (Va.) Briar Woods

Skinny: Birmingham is a matchup nightmare at tight end . He showed the ability to line up tight or split out wide. He is very physical and athletic. Birmingham runs crisp routes and has soft hands. He has the ability to go across the middle and make the tough catch or stretch the field. He is one of the top tight ends in the 2016 class.

5. Jaason Lewis, 6-3, 235, Virginia Beach (Va.) Ocean Lakes

Skinny Few prospects possess the combination of size and athleticism that Lewis does. He lined up at wide receiver and tight end, and was equally effective at each. He overpowered cornerbacks and was too quick for linebackers. He showed great body control and did nice job of going up and getting ball at its highest point.

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