Clay Webb, Bo Nix and Pierce Quick earn invitations to the Future 50 (Photo by Michael Clark)

Scout examines the top underclassmen prospects from the Under Armour All-America camp in Atlanta

JOHN'S CREEK, Ga. -- A host of class of 2019 and 2020 prospects turned heads over the weekend at UA All-America's Atlanta camp, where Scout digs into its top underclassmen performers.

Prospects are selected based solely on Sunday's workout and are listed alphabetically:

It is scary to think Marietta (Ga.) 2020 quarterback Harrison Bailey has three seasons of high school football left to play. The 6-4, 220-pound Bailey was sharp from beginning to end. He showed poise, anticipation and accuracy throughout the event. His ability to read defenses, mechanics and arm strength were also impressive. His early offers include Alabama, Florida, Georgia and LSU among many others.

The Fairburn (Ga.) Creekside defensive back in the class of 2019 isn't the biggest cornerback in the world, but Malik Fleming he made his presence known anyway Sunday. He plays with a fluid backpedal and seldom relinquishes leverage throughout the route, with strong ability to break on the football and make a play at the point of contact. He contested nearly every throw his way on this day, but impressed even more in the leadership he showed in the process. Fleming took defensive backs aside following their own reps and attempted to help them correct any mistakes on the next go round. LouisvilleTroy and Tulane have offered.

College Park (Ga.) Woodward Academy 2020 athlete Arik Gilbert is one of the most physically impressive prospects in his class. The 6-5 ½, 242-pound Gilbert lined up at tight end on Sunday and was a matchup nightmare. He was too big for defensive backs and too athletic for linebackers to cover. Whether it was tough catch across the middle or long reception down field, Gilbert made it look easy. Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Michigan and Tennessee, among many others, have offered.

Monroe (N.C.) Sun Valley 2019 quarterback Sam Howell impressed throughout the event. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound Howell showed great anticipation and good mechanics. He also had a quick release and was very accurate. Maryland has offered, while Duke, NC State, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia Tech are also showing interest.

LaGrange (Ga.) Troup County 2020 athlete Kobe Hudson spent the day at wide receiver and was unstoppable. The 6-1, 180-pound Hudson ran good routes and did a nice job creating separation. He was also very physical and caught the ball well. Hudson showed why he is one the premier prospects in his class. His early offers include Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia and Georgia Tech among others.

Marietta (Ga.) 2019 wide receiver Ramel Keyton made countless plays at the event. The 6-2, 188-pound Keyton showed tremendous overall athleticism, making tough catches look routine. He also displayed a great combination of speed and quickness, as well as tremendous concentration and ball skills. Florida, Maryland, NC StateSyracuse, Tennessee and UCF have offered.

The lone underclassman on the top defensive performers list, LaGrange (Ga.) Troup County edge defender King Mwikuta represented the class of 2019 well all afternoon long. The rising junior has elected to play linebacker over the last two weekends of competition and has made his fair share of plays despite being perhaps more comfortable as a defensive end. Recently telling Scout Alabama, Georgia and Clemson were recruiting him the hardest, Mwikuta's length and ability to redirect makes him among the top 2019 talents in the South. He finished his Sunday with a big interception during seven-on-seven competition.

Four-star Pinson (Ala.) Pinson Valley 2019 quarterback Bo Nix had another very impressive performance on Sunday. The 6-2, 194-pound Nix showed great poise and did a nice job reading coverages. His mechanics, footwork and accuracy are very advanced for a quarterback his age and with two full years of high school football left to play, he is only going to get better. The Auburn legacy holds an offer from Tigers, as well as Alabama, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia and Ohio State among others.

Pierce Quick may have taken the most reps on Sunday in order to earn his invitation to the Future 50 event. The eager Trussville (Ala.) Hewitt-Trussville standout excelled at offensive tackle with his length, measuring in at 6-foot-6 earlier in the day, and hands. He is a good athlete who can redirect against smaller defenders and he continues to improve his base power against bigger opponents. Quick has exploded on the recruiting scene with offers from all over the country, holding Alabama, Auburn, Georgia and Oregon in high regard, among others.

Oxford (Ala.) standout Clay Webb is another Alabamian having a dominant 2017 to this point and he gets some more hardware for his effort with the invitation to Orlando for the next Future 50 event. The four-star anchors as well as any interior linemen in the region and seems immovable if he gets his hands on defenders early in their pass rush. Webb also has above-average feet and can flex his leverage laterally when lining up at different positions. In-state Alabama and Auburn will be tough to ignore in the end, he told Scout Sunday.'s Michael Clark contributed to this report.

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