Verone McKinley III (© Greg Powers)

Who got Invites to UA Game, The UA Future 50 and the illSpeed Challenge?

CEDAR HILL, Texas -- Scout looks at who earned hardware from the Under Armour All-America Camp in Dallas Sunday.

2018 Under Armour All-America Game Invites

Josh Proctor – DB – Owasso (Okla.)

Proctor made the trip down from the 'Sooner State' worth it as he punched his ticket to the star-studded affair in Orlando, Fla. The four-star possesses good frame potential and upside at the safety position. He has offers from schools like FloridaOhio StateOklahomaOklahoma State, and Texas among others. 

Caden Sterns – DB – Cibolo (Texas) Steele

The LSU Tigers commit always seems to be around the football and that was clearly the case again on Sunday as he was making play after play on the football and collecting interceptions. He is a lone and rangy safety prospect who has te ability to sink his hips and stay tight with wide receivers in one-on-one coverage. 

2018 Future 50 Invites

Grant Gunnell – QB – Houston (Texas) St. Pius X

For the second consecutive weekend, Gunnell stood out despite being one of the younger prospects in attendance. He was excellent, in our opinion, at The Opening New Orleans, and competed well Sunday despite a consistent, stiff wind much of the afternoon at UnderArmour Dallas. Gunnell owns an elite frame for the quarterback position and plays with consistency and poise.

Jerrion Ealy – RB – Jackson (Miss.) Jackson Prep

Ealy has great acceleration and when he gets the football he is quick and shifty. He has great hands at receiver and he will be able to use that on the next level to raise his value as a prospect. He has great feet and he has a great feel for the game. He is a dynamic player.

Brian Williams – S – Dallas (Texas) Bishop Dunne

One of the top overall prospects in the state of Texas' 2019 recruiting class, Williams once again showed why he's a complete safety. Williams possesses a good frame for the position and the natural coverage instincts to make a difference in the passing game. When you flip on the tape, he flashes as a hard-hitting downhill crasher, too. Williams showed good athleticism and coverage awareness in Sunday's action.

Daxton Hill – DB – Tulsa (Okla.) Booker T. Washington

Hill has been on fire on the camp tour this spring and that torrid run continued with a strong performance and invitation to the prestigious camp next year.  Hill is the younger brother of Oklahoma State Cowboys running back Justice Hill, who had a breakout freshman season and earned All-Big 12 honors. 

Theo Wease – WR – Allen (Texas)

The tall, long-framed wideout and early Oklahoma pledge has performed consistently well during the camp circuit in the past several weeks. That continued Sunday, where Wease once again flashed his ability to get open against smaller, sometimes quicker defenders. Wease is a red-zone ball-winner, but can also stretch the field vertically outside the red zone.

Big Man Challenge

Chasen Hines – OL – Marshall (Texas)

Fresh off his commitment the previous weekend to the LSU Tigers, the burly, physical Hines held his own against some top competition from opposing defensive linemen, including 6-foot-7, 320-pound titan Dare Rosenthal from Louisiana. Hines is a guard-to-guard prospect who could thrive at center and possibly guard at the high-major level.

UA iLLSPEED Competition

Josh Fleeks – DB – Cedar Hill (Texas)

Verone McKinley III – DB – Lewisville (Texas) Hebron

Scout recruiting analyst Gabe Brooks contributed to this report. 

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