Daniel Faalele (Photo by Danny Parker)

Scout examines the top offensive performers from the Under Armour All-America camp in Orlando Sunday

WINTER GARDEN, Fla. -- Among dozens of top prospects on each side of the ball, Scout breaks down a handful of offensive prospects who turned heads most Sunday at the UA All-America camp in Orlando.

Scout delivers its top performers from the 2017 Under Armour All-America Camp Orlando, in alphabetical order, based solely on Sunday's work.


John Campbell, 2018 OL, Orlando (Fla.) Dr. Phillips

One of Scout's questions with Phillips following a recent camp performance was his physicality. He's tall and mobile, near ideal for an offensive tackle, but inconsistency at the point of attack has been a question-mark. But on Sunday, as if Campbell made it a point of emphasis, he was not only much more physical, but some edge came out of him on the very first rep of one-on-ones, as he won against his opponent with force and promptly let him know about it. The next rep was similar and it would be the start to a fairly dominant day for the local product. Campbell moves extremely well, used his length to seal an edge and showcased a bit more force this time around. He is Scout's pick among a crowded field of tackle types. Alabama, Auburn, Florida and Miami, among others, have offered.


Daniel Faalele, 2018 OL, Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy

The massive Australian import created the most oohs and ahhs in the trenches Sunday with his power. He worked up and down the line but most at left tackle, where anyone trying to make a move on him inside felt his incredible punch and it was usually paired with what looked like a finishing move. Faalele buried more defenders than any other lineman on this day and it wasn't particularly close. It's no wonder his most recent offers include Florida StateAlabamaAuburn and others. 


Joe Milton, 2018 QB, Orlando (Fla.) Olympia

Milton has been vocal about his goals at local camps, to get recognized by the hosting staff, and he showed improvement from one week to the next like Campbell did. But this rising-senior is a quarterback and camp efforts at the position are all about consistency. From drills to one-on-ones even through seven-on-seven work, Milton was the creme of the Orlando crop on Sunday. He is physically impressive on the hoof, tall and well put-together, but his arm was fluid with a quick release through the afternoon. Michigan is his latest scholarship offer.


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

What a couple of weeks for the Scout100 wide receiver prospect. He was invited to The Opening Finals last Sunday and despite arriving late and not being scheduled to participate Sunday, Moore's competitive edge got the better of him and he suited up late. It wasn't too late, though, as the Texan captured onlookers' attention with his great route-running, vertical ability and strong hands. Moore is simply smooth on the field and it surprised few to see him land an invite to the next Under Armour All-America Game. FSU, Alabama, Nebraska and Ohio State are sitting near the top of his current list.


Brian Snead, 2018 RB, Seffner (Fla.) Armwood

If there were a running back MVP award for the event, the blue-chip Ohio State Buckeye verbal commitment would have run away with the trophy. Snead looked like a classic all-purpose back on this day, plenty fluid out of the backfield and very consistent with his pass-catching. He seldom was slowed during one-on-one drills with his sharp cuts, top-end speed and strong hands. 

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