Auburn JR Camp: Top 10 Performers

Auburn had many top prospects working out inside their stadium Saturday night and Scout takes names its Top 10 Performers here...

Chris Barnes | 2016 OL | Leesburg (Ga.) Lee County
It has been a good spring and summer for the Peach State OL. He is likely a guard in college and he worked some there at Auburn Saturday. He is still learning that position being he is a tackle for his high school team. His body is developing nicely and he has good feet and flexibility.

Larry Collins | 2016 WR | Hopkins (S.C.) Lower Richland
Good size and one of those wide receivers that draws eyes due to his size (6-foot-2, 190 pounds). He adjusted well to the ball Saturday and showed strong hands. Not elite speed, but fast enough and someone who has two more high school seasons to get better.

Marlon Davidson | 2016 DE | Montgomery (Ala.) Carver
An animal through the drills and took as many reps during the one-on-one session as anyone. Showed very good hand quickness and he carries 270 pounds very well. Worked at end and tackle with success at each position. Plays some linebacker in high school, so that tells you how athletic he is. A high ceiling here.

Kaleel Gaines | 2015 ATH | Frostproof (Fla.)
One of the guys who created a buzz Saturday night in Auburn, Ala. He is very quick and shifty. He worked at wide receiver and he made his share of plays. More quick than fast, but very fluid, and showed that quick twitch. Could project as a slot or defensive back on the next level. Easy to see him as a punt return guy as well.

Jawon Pass | 2016 QB | Columbus (Ga.) Carver
This was the best Pass has looked in front of Scout this off-season. He is a quarterback who continues to improve. His mechanics are better, but still an area that he can improve. His accuracy has really improved and just his awareness stands out as much as anything. Dropped balls in there numerous times against tight coverage Saturday.

Jamal Pettigrew | 2016 TE | New Orleans (La.) St. Augustine
A tight end that is easy to like. He catches the ball naturally and he has a great frame (6-5, 225 pounds). His lower-body is great, but still has a lot of developing to do up top. Gives the quarterback a big target to throw to and he is more of a big receiver than true tight end right now, but he has a nice upside.

Darnell Salomon | 2016 WR | Hialeah (Fla.) Champagnat Catholic
There are expectations here because of his high ranking on Scout and everywhere he has competed recently, he has at minimum, met those. He is fast, he is fluid, he has dependable hands, and his route-running was outstanding at Auburn. He was setting up defenders, getting them off balance, and abusing them on a regular basis.

Tre Turner | 2016 RB | New Orleans (La.) Holy Cross
It has been a busy summer for Turner with football camps and baseball games, but he showed energy and speed. Short, compact frame with a good burst and hands to receive the ball out of the backfield. Ran two sub 4.5 second times in the 40 yard dash.

Chidi Valentine-Okeke | 2016 OT | Hialeah (Fla.) Champagnat Catholic
When he walks in, everyone knows it. The junior looks like a three year veteran in the NFL on the hoof and in the face. He has that mean, intimidating look at all times and you see a 6-6, 300 pound offensive tackle with light feet, extremely long arms, and flexibility during the camp. He will be one of the most sought after prospects in 2016.

JoeJuan Williams | 2016 S | Nashville (Tenn.) Father Ryan
Worked at corner and did well there, but Scout projects him as a safety on the next level. Outside linebacker is not out of the question. He has good athleticism and a nose for the football. His length is good and closing speed is a strength. Auburn offered him after his camp performance.

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