Alex Leatherwood (Photo by Chad Simmons)

Scout names its Top 10 Performers for the 2017 Under Armour All-America game week

Who were the best of the best in Orlando (Fla.) last week? Scout was there all week and here are our Top 10 performers...

This is not a top 10 for the game or just for practice, or any type of top list by rankings, but this is Scout's Top 10 performers from the first practice all the way through the final whistle of the game.

Justin Broiles, CB, Oklahoma City (Okl.) John Marshall 

Recruiting:  Committed to Oklahoma (Early enrollee)

UA Week:  Broiles stood out all week, but towards the end, he really separated himself as the top cornerback of the event.  He has good length and he plays physical.  He competed hard all day every day and the Sooners are getting a good one.

Justin Broiles (Photo by Chad Simmons)

K'Lavon Chaisson, DE, Galena Park (Texas) North Shore

Recruiting:  LSU and Texas lead Colorado and USC

UA Week:  Chaisson finished off the week with three sacks and five tackles for loss in the game, but he showed the same type of speed off the edge during practice.  He has great length, he closes on the ball quickly and he has real upside as an edge rusher.

K'Lavon Chaisson (© Greg Powers)

Joshua Kaindoh, DE, Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy (Early enrollee)

Recruiting:  Committed to Florida State (Early enrollee)

UA Week:  Kaindoh was arguably the top performer of the entire week.  He started off with a dominant day one, then he was very good the rest of the week in practice.  In the game, he had a sack, he batted down a pass, and he will definitely see his ranking improve.

Joshua Kaindoh (Photo by Chad Simmons)

Alex Leatherwood, OT, Pensacola (Fla.) Booker T. Washington 

Recruiting:  Committed to Alabama (Early enrollee)

UA Week:  Leatherwood was the most dominant offensive lineman.  He worked at tackle most of the time, some at guard, and he wanted to always compete against the best in one-on-one sessions.  He is so strong and he is so competitive.  He is likely a right tackle on the next level.

Alex Leatherwood (Photo by Chad Simmons)

Dylan Moses, LB, Bradenton (Ala.) IMG Academy

Recruiting:  Committed to Alabama (Early enrollee)

UA Week:  Moses was clearly the best inside linebacker on either team.  He showed great instincts, he was strong against the run, he moved well in pass coverage and he stayed around the ball (10 tackles) in the game.  Moses is an elite talent who should make all types of plays for the Crimson Tide.

Dylan Moses (Photo by Chad Simmons)

LaBryan Ray, DE/DT, Madison (Ala.) James Clemens

Recruiting:  AlabamaFloridaMississippiMississippi State and Tennessee remain in the mix.

UA Week:  Ray has always played defensive end, but he spent a lot of time inside at tackle in Orlando.  It worked out well too.  He is athletic enough to play inside or outside in college with his length, quickness and frame.  He had a strong week from start to finish.

Labryan Ray (Photo by Chad Simmons)

Trey Smith, OT, Jackson (Tenn.) University School of Jackson

Recruiting:  Committed to Tennessee (Early enrollee)

UA Week:  Smith was just solid each day he was in Orlando.  He worked primarily at tackle, a little at guard, and he had success at each position.  He showed a very good punch, he anchored down well and yes, he got beat a few times, but he won much more than he lost against many of the top defensive linemen in the country.

Trey Smith (Photo by Chad Simmons)

Jeff Thomas, WR, East St. Louis (Ill.)

Recruiting:  Tennessee recently offered Thomas and Illinois may be the leader with less than a month to go until signing day. Louisville Miami and Oregon are also in the mix.

UA Week:  Thomas put on a show Sunday, setting a record for receiving yards with 137 and two touchdowns, but that was not the only time he was good.  He was cat-quick all week and he was hard for any corners to stay with.  He would have made more plays with more accurate passes thrown his way.

Jeff Thomas (Photo by Chad Simmons)

Isaiah Wilson, OT, Brooklyn (N.Y.) Poly Prep

Recruiting:  Committed to Georgia

UA Week:  Wilson was such an imposing figure, even in a setting like this where you have the biggest and the baddest linemen out there from across the country.  He still has some refining to do fundamentally, but his power, agility and pass protection really stood out.

Isaiah Wilson (Photo by Chad Simmons)

Marvin Wilson, DT, Bellaire (Texas) Episcopal

Recruiting: Florida StateLSUOhio StateOklahoma and South Florida are his top five.  LSU and Florida State may hold the lead.

UA Week:  What is amazing about Wilson is how he moves at his size.  He could stand to use a little weight and to get into better shape, but even at his size, he was beating top offensive linemen off the ball and if that didn't work, he used his strength.  

Marvin Wilson (Photo by Chad Simmons)

Others considered:  Jack Anderson (Texas Tech), Jhamon Ausbon (Texas A&M), Jerry Jeudy (Alabama), C.J. Thorpe (Penn State) and Brock Wright (Notre Dame).

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