The Opening Finals Invitations
Scout's No. 1 player in Louisiana showed why he owns that spot. Marshall showed an array of pass-catching capabilities, including underneath route-running, red-zone ball-winning, and downfield plucks. He can do it all.
DB: Kelvin Joseph
LSU pledge Joseph entered the camp as one of the top overall prospects in attendance and lived up to the hype with a strong all-around performance. He's physical and thickly-built, especially relative to his position, and likely can play corner, nickel, or safety at the high-major level, depending on situation.
DB: Corione Harris
Harris, an early Kansas pledge and Scout four-star, is tall and long and plays with good instincts. He showed Sunday that he's capable in press coverage, while also making multiple plays in red-zone situations. He's ball-aware and possesses a high ceiling physically because of his frame length and wiry strength.
The LSU pledge performed at the top of the linebacker group and earned his invitation to The Opening Finals. Baskerville plays inside linebacker for a primarily 3-4 defense at Shreveport (La.) Evangel, but will likely be position- and scheme-versatile in college.
Elite 11 Finals Invitations
QB: Jack West
West, a Scout 300 four-star signal caller who's committed to Stanford, earned his spot at the Elite 11 Finals with a solid performance at Sunday's camp. West is a consistent, accurate passer who made the most of the strong receiving corps at Sunday's event to earn the invitation.
QB: Justin Rogers
Rogers is one of the fastest-rising prospects in the state of Louisiana -- and the top-ranekd QB in the "The Boot" -- and showed why Sunday afternoon. He's a tall, long-framed, athletic player who with a high ceiling. Rogers knows how to vary his velocity depending on what each throw needs.