The Opening Finals Invites
DE Cameron Latu
Latu made the trip down and it was well worth it as he made the Final Five and faced off against Brey Walker at the end of the camp. He is quick off the edge and strong. It is nor surprise to see he has a national offer list that is headlined by schools like Alabama, USC, and Washington.
The LSU commit from Cibolo (Texas) Steele is known for his coverage skills at the safety position and he definitely was able to showcase that at the camp. he was also a top tester. He had 113.28 Nike+ Football Rating, highlighted by a 4.01 shuttle time that is amazing for a safety in long 6-foot-1, 192-pound frame. He seems 6'3.
Vongor is an impressive-looking specimen and after standing out on the field at multiple positions he was able to show what makes him a top-rated defensive back target in his class. He is quick and compact and he will be a player who can make plays in all phases of the defense. Vongor's top three programs are Baylor, TCU and Texas and he's announcing soon.
OT Brey Walker
Walker is a veteran of this camp and much like his first two showing he had a pretty dominant performance. He is perfect fit for the right tackle spot as he is very strong. Once he gets his hands on you it is pretty much over. He is still not a finished product and that is scary for his potential upside. Oklahoma got a good one to start off its 2018 efforts.
Staff Selected Position MVPs
QB: M.J. Rivers