Penn State commit, Big Ten, SEC, ACC, Big 12 targets fill the top 10 offense list from The Opening Regional

CLIFTON, Va. -- Scout takes a look at the Top 10 offensive players from Sunday's The Opening Regional at Centreville High.

OT, Chris Bleich, Plymouth (Pa.) Wyoming Valley West

Bleich showed a ton of improvement since last spring, and it begins with his foot speed. He was able to kick step and keep the defensive end from beating him wide, and his initial punch and patience allowed him to cover the inside. His length proved vital as he was able to shoot his hands quickly inside on the pass rusher and control many of his reps. He decommitted from Penn State last week and he is focused on Rutgers, Nebraska, Mississippi State and Pittsburgh.

WR, Dontay Demus, Washington (D.C.) Friendship Collegiate

Demus was a nice surprise. He has a big frame and his effort was very good throughout the event. He was a good short-and mid-range target who was able to get open out of his breaks. He was clean getting off the line of scrimmage and his tracked the ball well. His top schools are Maryland and LouisvilleTemple, Rutgers and Navy are others to watch.

RB, Devyn Ford, Stafford (Va.) North Stafford

Ford is the total package at running back. He showed good speed, quickness and power. The 2019 prospect displayed great instincts and vision. He also had good patience and ran with great balance. North Carolina, Virginia TechPenn State and Clemson are recruiting him hardest.

WR, Daniel George, Oxon Hill (Md.)

George was a nightmare for defensive backs all day. He has good size and was very physical. George got off the line of scrimmage quickly and ran great routes, which allowed him to consistently create separation. He also showed good strength and concentration. Although he is not naming any leaders,  Penn State, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Maryland and North Carolina appear to be in good shape.

OG, Evan Gregory, Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha

The Maryland commit fired off the ball quickly and show good athleticism. He displayed a strong initial punch and played with great leverage. Gregory also gave great effort and played until the whistle blew. He will have a chance to see the field early for the Terrapins.

WR, Isaiah Hazel, Upper Marlboro (Md.) Wise

Hazel got in and out of his routes smoothly and did a nice job getting open. The 2019 playmaker showed good body control and great concentration. He attacked the ball in the air and showed strong hands. Some of his early offers include Kentucky, Maryland, Rutgers, Syracuse and Virginia Tech.

WR, DeMarcco Hellams, Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha

Hellams, a class of 2019 receiver, is special, and his talent and work ethic showed throughout the camp. He was quick off the line of scrimmage and his ability to get into and out of breaks was sensational. He has strong hands, and he was effective going down the field. His ball skills are top-notch. His offer list includes ClemsonMichigan, Kentucky, Louisville, NC State, North Carolina, Penn State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Syracuse.

RB, Mychale Salahuddin, Washington (D.C.) Woodson

Salahuddin, the No. 5 running back in the East, was fantastic. His burst was very good, he changed direction well and in one-on-ones against linebackers in the running game, he was patient yet purposeful. His acceleration and balance stood out. The Woodson star has USC as his leader, but North Carolina, OklahomaNebraska and Arkansas are also heavily involved.

RB, Ricky Slade, Woodbridge (Va.) Hylton

The Penn State commit showed great speed and quickness. He had good vision and was very instinctive. The nation's No. 2 running back ran with great balance and was very elusive. He also ran good routes and caught the ball well.

OT, Rasheed Walker, Waldorf (Md.) North Point

Walker, a Scout 300 offensive tackle, was one of the standouts on the offensive line. He has great length and size, and he moved his feet well while protecting the edge. He was balanced in his base and his initial punch was solid. Walker's top six schools are Maryland, Ohio State,  Virginia Tech, Rutgers, Penn State and North Carolina.

Scout's Brian Dohn contributed to this report

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