Kwincy Hall

Scout looks at the surprising performances from Under Armour All-America Camp Atlanta

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. -- Scout looks at head-turning performances from Under Armour All-America Camp Atlanta that caught our staff by surprise.

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The smallest prospect on the field was the camp's biggest surprise. Washington (D.C.) St. John's College 2018 slot receiver Kwincy Hall was uncoverable on Sunday. Although he is only 5-foot-6 and 166 pounds, Hall is a tremendous athlete with great quickness. He ran crisp routes and caught everything thrown his way.

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Emerging on the recruiting trail, Montgomery (Ala.) Lanier linebacker La'Dedric Jackson gave onlookers a few examples why on Sunday. The three-star was active in drills with minimal wasted movement but he really shined brightest during the competition phase of the event. Not only was the rising senior vocal on the field, but he backed it up with the most physical play of any defender on this day. Jackson, who has LSU on top at this time, got multiple running backs on the ground at the line of scrimmage and played the football after that point.

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Moultrie (Ga.) Colquitt County 2018 quarterback Steven Krajewski was very  impressive. At 6-3 ½ and 203 pounds, he has good size, and can make all the throws. Krajewski showed good footwork, sound mechanics and great poise. He also displayed good accuracy and arm strength.

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Loganville (Ga.) Grayson 2019 cornerback Jalen Alexander frustrated several receivers at the event. He was physical and aggressive in coverage. Alexander was fluid in and out of his backpedal and showed great ball skills. Alexander recently picked up his first scholarship offer from AuburnClemsonOhio State and South Carolina are showing interest.

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Columbia (S.C.) Hammond 2020 quarterback Jackson Muschamp showed poise, solid mechanics and good anticipation. The 6-foot, 170-pound Muschamp threw the ball well from start to finish. He is a prospect to keep an eye on over the next few years.

Scout's John Garcia Jr. contributed to this report.


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