Tecory Couch (Photo by Corey Bender)

Scout Provides the Names of Five Underclassmen That Really Proved Their Worth at the Under Armour All-America Camp in Miami

MIAMI, Fla. -- Scout dishes out the names of a handful of underclassmen that really turned heads at the Under Armour All-America Camp in South Florida.

Top Five Underclassmen (Alphabetical Order):

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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.

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Jaden Davis, 2019 CB, Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas

A pesky defender that's equipped with roughly 15 offers on the Division I level, Davis was rewarded with a flurry of pass deflections after breaking on the football exceptionally well on Sunday. He was rarely baited in with double moves down the field, and did a nice job of bursting out of his backpedal to make himself available to the football.

Davis, who's always flashed impressive technique for an up-and-coming cornerback, has no problem being thrown into those one-on-one situations. Kentucky and Syracuse are the two schools sitting in a good spot early on.

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Aydin Henningham, 2020 WR, Delray Beach (Fla.) Atlantic

Fresh off an offer from Kentucky, his first, Henningham immediately caught the attention of Scout with his fluidity and crisp route-running for a prospect that's still in his initial year of high school. He has long arms and does a nice job of utilizing that length by catching away from his body.

Henningham doesn't show much wasted movement when getting in and out of his break, and displayed all the tools to become a high-major prospect over the next three years.

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Dontae Lucas, 2019 OL, Miami Senior 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.

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Deajaun McDougle, 2020 WR, Deerfield Beach (Fla.) High

Just a freshman, McDougle has already made a splash on the recruiting scene with offers from LSUOregonNorth CarolinaWest Virginia and Kentucky among others, and it shouldn't come to much surprise if you saw him lace up the cleats this past weekend at Miami Gulliver Prep.

McDougle showed off his explosiveness when getting vertical to reel in the football, but flashed impressive body control in the process as well. He also did a good job of extending out to adjust to poorly thrown balls. McDougle is a dynamic route runner that really knows how to stick his foot into the dirt to set up and break off defensive backs.

Scout's John Garcia, Jr. contributed to this article

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