OG Bryce Bray - Bixby (Okla.) High
Another offensive lineman who performed well in position work and 1-on-1's to earn a Final Five berth was Bryce Bray, who measured 6-foot-5, 309 pounds and scored very well in the Nike Football Rating (93.51) relative to his position. His score was boosted by an impressive 41 1/2-foot powerball throw. Bray may be an O-line prospect who can play tackle or guard. He primarily worked at guard during 1-on-1 matchups. Expect Bray to get more recruiting attention this spring. He already has an offer from Oklahoma State.
WR Kameron Brown - Colleyville (Texas) Heritage
Brown -- Class of 2019 prospect -- was abusing defensive backs with his quick cuts and ability to get create separation. His double and sometimes triple moves at times found him running wide open with defenders not even having a chance to make a play on the football. He has very good hands and looks the ball in. His father Larry Brown starred on the other side of the football as he was a cornerback at TCU and was the Super Bowl MVP for the Dallas Cowboys. Kam has racked up an early impressive offer list with schools from coast-to-coast already stepping up.
WR Erik Ezukanma - Keller (Texas) Timber Creek
Maybe the MVP of the offense Ezukanma was pitted against the top defensive backs often and he held his won or outperformed almost all of them. He has a good blend of skills. He has the size to go over the top of smaller defensive backs and the quickness to get open on all parts of the field. He is pretty smooth all-in-all. He has a great catch radius. Taking all of that into account he can still play with a bit more consistency, but his ceiling is as high as any prospect in the state. He is considering offers from schools like Mississippi, TCU, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech.
OT Brey Walker - Moore (Okla.) Southmoore
Perhaps the most physically-imposing prospect on either side of the ball at the entire camp, five-star offensive tackle Brey Walker performed well during position work and earned a spot in the "Final Five" 1-on-1 matchups at camp's end. Walker has a ton of upside because of his massive frame. He's already a mauler in the running game and has plenty of developmental potential in pass protection. Walker is already committed to his home state Oklahoma Sooners.
Best of the Rest: WR Miles Battle (Cypress Creek, Texas), OT Darrell Simpson (Justin Northwest, Texas), RB Jase McClellan (Aledo, Texas), RB Josh Fleeks (Cedar Hill, Texas), WR JaQuayln Crawford (Rockdale, Texas), OL Rafiti Ghirmai (Frisco Wakeland, Texas)
Scout Regional Analyst Gabe Brooks contributed to this report.