Elijah Moore (Photo by Corey Bender)

Scout examines the prospects invited to the Under Armour All-America Game, Future 50 and more from the Miami camp stop

MIAMI -- Scout looks at who earned hardware from the Under Armour All-America Camp in Miami Saturday.

UA All-America Game Invites


Gurvan Hall, 2018 DB, Palm Beach (Fla.) Lakes

The blue-chip defensive back was perhaps the most versatile defensive back on this day, making plays in man coverage on the outside as a cornerback as well as in center field as a free safety. At either spot, Hall showcased great anticipation against quarterbacks, broke on the ball well and make plays at the point of contact. In man coverage, he used his long arms to gain leverage early in routes and seldom got beat on routes down the field. Semi-local Miami (Fl)Alabama and Florida State are in solid shape early on with Hall.


Robert Hicks, 2018 DE/OLB, Miami (Fla.) Central

Making the transition from defensive end to linebacker over time, Hicks looked as fluid as one could have hoped for during the drill portion of the event. His athleticism made up for a lack of experience at the second level thereafter, including during one-on-one competition, where he redirected running backs better than most. A one-time Auburn pledge, Louisville now appears to be the team to beat for the versatile edge presence.


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

The last few weeks have been big for the four-star wide receiver, who picks up a UA All-America Game invite after snagging a ticket to The Opening Finals last month in Orlando. Moore is a consistent route-runner who can set up the defender in the stem of the route before extending to catch most passes with his hands. While not a blazer down the football field, his quickness and drive out of his breaks creates enough separation to be effective anywhere in the route tree. Moore has consistently mentioned Miami, Alabama, Ohio State and Clemson as standout programs high on his list.

Future 50 Invites


Tecory Couch, 2019 CB, Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade Madonna

In the running for top cornerback performance regardless of classification, nobody flashed towards the football like Couch on Saturday. He sat on short and intermediate routes by trusting his closing speed and it worked well more than not, breaking up several passes that appeared to be routine completions. Armed with length and solid ball skills as well, the rising-junior was tough to get down the field on all afternoon long. A handful of early offers are in for Couch, including a Power 5 extension from Illinois.


Dontae Lucas, 2019 OL, Miami (Fla.) High

Well-proportioned and barrel chested as an interior offensive line talent, Lucas showcased a great punch early in reps to kick off the one-on-one portion of the camp. He worked outside at times and looked a tad out of position, overextending on one rep in particular, but excelled thereafter. Florida, Miami and Auburn are already on board with the junior-to-be.

Big Man Challenge Champion


Randy Charlton, 2018 DE, Miami (Fla.) Southridge

In addition to moving well enough to defeat all fellow defensive linemen as well as the best the offensive line had to offer, Charlton had a good day on the edge as well. His first-step off of the line aided him in winning more reps than not and when the offensive line anticipated a speed-rush, he displayed a good stab move to gain leverage underneath in the path to the passer. The three-star holds near double-digit offers without a noted favorite at this point. 

iLLSPEED Champions


Jakari Norwood, 2018 RB, Deerfield Beach (Fla.) High

Norwood played to his strengths all afternoon long, making that initial cut, getting up field and showcasing his long speed. It worked in drills and during the competition portion Saturday, but worked even better to cap the event and punch his ticket to the iLLSPEED finals in Baltimore. Southern Mississippi represents his sole offer at this time.


Carlos Silencieux, 2018 WR, West Palm Beach (Fla.) Oxbridge

Finishing the iLLSPEED event with the best time of the year so far, with a sub 14-second effort, Silencieux was mobbed by his Oxbridge teammates after his win to end that phase of camp. But it wasn't all the rising-senior did on this day, winning plenty of reps on the outside at wide receiver with solid routes and consistent hands. 

Scout's Corey Bender contributed to this report. 

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