2018 WR Terrace Marshall (Billy Embody / SCOUT))

Opening Finals Invitees from The Opening New Orleans Regional Camp

NEW ORLEANS -- Six prospects -- four position players and two quarterbacks -- earned invitations Sunday to the The Opening Finals and the Elite 11 Finals, respectively, at The Opening New Orleans regional camp.

The Opening Finals Invitations

WRTerrace Marshall Jr.

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.

http://www.scout.com/player/203116-terrace-marshall?s=73

DBKelvin 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.

http://www.scout.com/player/206900-kelvin-joseph?s=73

DBCorione 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.

http://www.scout.com/player/201721-corione-harris?s=73

LBMicah Baskerville

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.

http://www.scout.com/player/202956-micah-baskerville?s=73

Elite 11 Finals Invitations

QBJack 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.

http://www.scout.com/player/190145-jack-west?s=73

QBJustin 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.

http://www.scout.com/player/203117-justin-rogers?s=73


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