Artur Sitkowski (Photo by Corey Bender)

Scout breaks down its top 10 offensive performers from The Opening Orlando over the weekend

DAVENPORT, Fla. -- Scout looks at its top 10 offensive performers from a loaded field from The Opening Orlando on Sunday.

Prospects are listed alphabetically and selected based on Sunday's performance, not rankings.

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William Barnes, 2018 OT, Apopka (Fla.)

Perhaps the only offensive lineman to slow the highest-rated prospect in attendance, Xavier Thomas, Barnes did much more than that on Sunday. He won more reps than otherwise versus any combination of defensive linemen and did so with feet and power. He moves well laterally and has the body control to slide his feet while engaged -- even with one hand. Barnes was successful against power moves with his low center of gravity as well in what was one of the top linemen performances of the afternoon. Earning a spot in the "Final 5" to cap the camp, Barnes looked every bit like a top 10 tackle in America. The latest on his recruitment is HERE.

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Justin Fields, 2018 QB, Kennesaw (Ga.) Harrison

The blue-chip Penn State commitment spun the ball with power and consistency on this day. He anticipated breaks well and knew when to take something off of the ball when necessary. Fields threw well on the move in drills and saw the same success in the one-on-one portion and seven-on-seven portion of the camp. He had perhaps the best showcase run of the five quarterbacks selected, completing more passes than not en route to not only the MVP award, but also a coveted invitation to the Elite 11 Finals in the process. He is just the second arm to earn the honor through two The Opening regional camps. Fields turned heads early in the day with a 4.51 40-yard dash at just over 220 pounds, too.

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Brian Hightower, 2018 WR, Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy

Hightower has to continue to work on his separation and overall explosiveness, but showed reliability and did a good job of snagging the ball in traffic. He also did a good job of making himself available by consistently utilizing his size and frame against smaller defensive backs. It was also difficult to not take notice of Hightower's body control when getting vertical. He says two programs are recruiting him the hardest at the moment.

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Jeshaun Jones, 2018 WR, Fort Myers (Fla.) South Fort Myers

Far from the flashiest or most talkative wide receiver within perhaps the deepest group at the event, Jones was arguably the most consistent. He isn't incredibly explosive but he maintains a lower plane throughout each stage of his calculated routes, he is efficient out of his breaks and shows strong hands at the back end of each rep. Jones, who plays quarterback in high school, navigates through traffic well with a high football IQ as his impact only increased as the camp progressed from one-on-one competition through seven-on-seven scenarios. The latest on his recruitment can be found HERE.

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Lorenzo Lingard, 2018 RB, Orange City (Fla.) University

The 6-foot-1, 190-pound Lingard was among the most fluid running backs during Sunday's position drills, despite being one of the larger tailbacks in attendance, and also backed that up when navigating in the open field as a pass catcher. The recent Miami (Fl) verbal commitment passes the eye test with an intriguing build, and performed exceptionally well on Sunday.

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Elijah Moore, 2018 WR, Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas

This slippery pass catcher was a headache to contain all afternoon. He impressed with his crisp route-running ability, and did a great job of sticking his foot in the dirt to create separation. Moore has the ability to make defenders look silly in a hurry, and that was on display Sunday afternoon. Moore excels in this type of setting and it's no surprise he has offers from programs in each Power 5 conference. 

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Joshua Moore, 2018 WR, Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy.

Moore is long and lean at 6-foot-2, 173 pounds, and plays with that suddenness at wide receiver as well. He also did a good job of extending out and catching the ball away from his body. Moore utilizes his length to his advantage, and showcased that during one-on-ones. Very consistent. Florida State is the leader in the clubhouse for Moore following a recent visit to Tallahassee.

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Artur Sitkowski, 2018 QB, Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy

The Scout100 passer, who says a handful of programs are on his trail most, held most of the attention at the quarterback position throughout the day before Fields stole the show late. On the hoof, it's tough to list any prospect before Sitkowski, who looks like a college junior right now at nearly 6-foot-5, well north of 200 pounds. He has a strong lower body and it showed early on as he threw well on the run and with great power. In the pocket, a fairly quick delivery combined with samples of touch down the field make him among the best wherever he shows up. Sitkowski also displayed leadership skill throughout Sunday's event.

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Reuben Unije, 2018 OT, Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy

This Scout 300 prospect had one of his better outings on Sunday. He did a nice job of sliding his feet and mirroring defensive ends in one-on-ones, and was one of the more fluid linemen on either side of the ball. He was patient in his sets, showed improved body control and balance, and wasted no time firing off the ball. Many SEC and Big 12 programs are in play for the Georgia native.

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Jalynn Williams, 2018 WR, St. Petersburg (Fla.) High School

Williams, a Florida Gator commitment, was one of the pass catchers that certainly gained the approval from those sitting in the stands. He did a good job of breaking off cornerbacks by stopping on a dime and really putting his foot in the grass, but also impressed with his ability to stretch the field for six points. Williams excels in this type of setting.

[RELATED: Scout's top 10 defensive performers from The Opening Orlando]

Scout's Corey Bender and Jacquie Franciulli contributed to this report. 


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