2020 RB Chris Tyree has big showing at D.C. The Opening

CLIFTON, Va. -- Scout examines the Top 10 underclassmen performances at The Opening Regional at Centreville High.


DE, Bryan Bresee, Damascus (Md.) High

Bresee is not new to recruiting despite being a class of 2020 prospect, and it was easy to see why he is already approaching double digit offers. He played defensive end and he was explosive off the snap of the ball. He had a good knee bend and was able to dip his shoulder and corner while staying balanced. His speed stood out and as he grows and develops, a move to defensive tackle could happen. His offer list includes Penn State, where he visited for the spring game, as well as MarylandNorth CarolinaLouisvilleTennesseePurdue and Virginia Tech. He also made recent visits to Ohio State and West Virginia.


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

Ford is one of the top running backs in the country regardless of class and has more than 30 offers, so it is no surprise the 2019 prospect is on the list. He showed great speed and quickness. Ford had tremendous patience and vision. He is noticeably bigger and stronger than last season Clemson, North Carolina, Penn State, and Virginia Tech are recruiting him the hardest.


WR, Cam Hart, Olney (Md.) Our Lady Good Counsel

Hart, a 2019 prospect, has great length and got off the line of scrimmage quickly. He ran good routes, did a nice job of getting open and caught the ball away from his body. He has offers from Kentucky, Louisville and Virginia, and his recruitment is about to take off. Look for Hart to land more offers as the evaluation period hits high gear.


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

The 2019 receiver was could not be covered all day. His physicality and crisp routes allowed him to create separation. He showed good body control and great concentration. Hazel attacked the ball in the air and showed strong hands. His early offers include Maryland, Rutgers, Syracuse, Kentucky and Virginia Tech.


WR, DeMarcco Hellams, Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha

Hellams was one of Scout's top performers at the event, so it makes sense to have the class of 2019 receiver on the underclassmen list. He was sensational with his release off the line of scrimmage, his smoothness in and out of breaks and his ability to play fast with great body control. His offer list is big-time with Clemson, Michigan, Kentucky, Louisville, NC State, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Syracuse and Penn State, which is recruiting him to play cornerback.


OLB, Brandon Smith, Mineral (Va.) Louisa County

Smith, a class of 2019 linebacker, has good length and showed great athleticism. He showed the ability to read and react quickly. He also had good anticipation, instincts and speed. Smith has offers from Duke, Maryland, Penn State, Virginia Tech and Virginia.


RB, Chris Tyree, Chester (Va.) Thomas Dale

Although he is only a 2020 prospect, Tyree more than held his own. He was especially impressive in one-on-one drills, showing great vision, speed and quickness. Tyree also clocked in at 4.47 seconds in the 40-yard dash. He has early offers from Duke, Florida State, Maryland, North Carolina, Wake Forest, West Virginia, Virginia and Virginia Tech.

Scout's Michael Clark contributed to this report

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