WR O.J. Ross, 2010: -- Arguably the fastest player on Mainland's team, Ross wasn't able to get much going because of the struggles they had at quarterback. He caught a few slip screens but wasn't really ever able to get into full gear. He's also a threat in the return game. At 5-foot-10, Ross is an ideal slot receiver who will be looking to play faster and make more plays in the coming weeks.
WR Chevin Davis, 2010: -- A skilled route-runner who has a nice pair of hands, Davis was unable to get anything going in this game. Mainland's quarterbacks really struggled throwing the football but the receivers were getting open. Davis is 6-feet, runs pretty well, gets open, and is definitely a Div 1 WR prospect.
TE Amari Williams, 2010: -- A Louisiana-Lafayette commitment, Williams played on both sides of the ball. He's a good blocker at the end of the line, he can make plays in the passing game, and he can bring some pass rush on defense. He lacks ideal height at 6-1 but is a player and has already committed to a Div 1 program.
OG Garrett Clark, 2011: -- Mainland's top O-Line prospect, Clark played guard and does a lot of things well. He understands the game pretty well, plays with good leverage and knee bend at times, and has a solid build (6-4/280). He needs to keep getting stronger and learn to finish off his blocks better but he's coming along nicely and definitely looks like a future Div 1 OG prospect.
DT Kenneth Kirksey, 2010: -- Kirksey is Mainland's best D-Lineman and while he lacks ideal height (6-feet), he's very quick off the ball and is very strong at the point of attack. He had a tough task of going up against Tennessee commit Jose Jose at times but held up pretty well. He looks like a lower end Division 1 prospect.
LB Antwone McGuire, 2010: -- Pound-for-pound, he might be one of the best linebackers in the whole state. At 5-foot-8 and 185 pounds, McGuire played D-Line last season but was playing LB. He runs really well, he's an explosive tackler, seems to be around the ball a lot, and is also Mainland's emotional leader. He might lack ideal size but someone will take a gamble on him and be rewarded with a great football player with a big time motor.
CB Ricardo Allen, 2010: -- One of the best players on either side of the field this night, Allen lined up at strong safety for a good part of the night. He's a natural corner, cover guy but showed off his ability to come up and hit you. He smacked 200+ pound Brandon Gainer on a few plays. Allen has superb cover skills, he's physical, he runs very well, and just as a knack for coming up with big plays. He's one of the state's top cornerback prospects.
CB Quinn Bell, 2010: -- He plays all over the field for the Bucs. After starting the game at corner, the position he'll likely play in college, Bell (5-11/180) moved to quarterback and was able to ignite a spark for the Bucs thanks to his ability to make things happen with his feet. He has ideal corner size, pretty good speed, and some nice ball skills. He's a Div 1 corner prospect.
S Cortez Davis, 2011: -- After making an impact at safety as a sophomore last season, Davis lined up at corner for a good part of this game. He's very long (6-4/185), runs pretty well, and has decent ball skills. He has the look of a Division 1 free safety prospect.
PK Jonathan Linkenheimer, 2010: -- An offseason transfer from Bartram Trail High in Jacksonville, Linkenheimer showed off a Division 1 leg on this night. All of his kickoffs went into the endzone. He averaged over 40 yards per punt with some serious hang time. And while he connected on a 29-yard field goal, he also barely missed one from 52 out that had the distance to go 60+. At 6-foot-3, he's a big kid and looks like he's got one of the best legs of anyone we've seen outside of Michael Palardy in the 2010 class.