Nike Camp Top 10 Sleepers

Scout.com takes a closer look at players who should become more household names after their solid performance in Tuscaloosa this past weekend.

Ameer Abudullah

Abudullah won the running back MVP in Baton Rouge and Tuscaloosa. He is a small back, but very quick and slippery. Abdullah wasn't noticed as much until the running back drills and one-on-ones. He slipped past linebackers with ease and showcased break away speed. He is definitely a player to watch as the summer camp circuit gets underway.

Jahmel McIntosh

McIntosh is a player who can play on either side of the ball on the next level. He worked with the defensive backs at the safety position and looked a natural fit. He is physical and possesses a lot of speed. He excelled at finding the ball and made several plays during the one-on-ones and seven-on-seven.

Cameron Coffman

Coffman arrived at the Nike Camp basically known as Chase Coffman's younger brother who plays with the Cincinnati Bengals. His father played tight end at K-State for three seasons followed by an 11-year career in the NFL. Another brother, Carson, enters his senior year at K-State.

Cameron ended up as one of the top overall quarterbacks at the event. He displayed a strong arm with a nice tight spiral. He made all the throws throughout the day and did a real nice job finding the open receivers in the seven-on-seven competition.

Eddie Johnson

Johnson was one of several linebackers who stood out, and definitely a player on the rise. He is in top physical shape and has gained about 15-pounds in muscle this spring. He is fast and quick on his feet. He did a really good job in pass coverage and played aggressive.

Jervoahnte Riles

Riles is a player who really needed to attend the camp to gain more recognition. He has the size of a tight end, and looked really good working at the receiver position. He plays the position in high school, but is projected to play end. He is probably a 4.6-40 guy, but has a big frame to go across the middle and can provide mismatches on the outside. He needs to improve coming off the line, but has very good hands and is a physical player.

Kameron Wood

Wood plays defensive end in high school, but decided to work with the linebackers at the camp. He is long and very athletic. He has very good overall speed, but needs to improve lateral quickness if he wants to play linebacker on the next level. He excelled in pass coverage and was physical against the running backs.

Pat Milliner

Milliner is the younger brother of Alabama freshman Demarcus Milliner who was Scout.com's No. 1 ranked cornerback in 2010. Pat plays on the offensive side of the ball where he has plays running back and wide receiver. He worked with the receivers at camp knowing it is likely his best position on the next level. He has gained muscle mass and looks in top physical shape. He has very good speed and a natural athlete. He needs to work on fundamentals and improve route running.

Bobby McCain

McCain is starting to get more attention after spring evaluations. Memphis and Mississippi State recently offered scholarships. He is a very good athlete who can play on either side of the ball as a receiver or cornerback. He worked at cornerback this past weekend and was very quick on his feet and a great backpedal. McCain needs more size and needs to improve his change of direction.

Cody Robinson

Robinson arrived at the camp with several scholarship offers and backed it up with a great performance. He was named the offensive line MVP of the camp. He did a great job in the one-on-one drills and was constantly called out by the top defensive linemen. Robinson drew a lot of praise from the coaches for his constant effort throughout the drills and competition. He demonstrated excellent footwork and strength during the one-on-one battles.

T.J. Worthy

Worthy has a high confidence level with the mind-set of winning all one-on-one battles. He has gained the confidence by going against players like Dre Kirkpatrick (Alabama) and Dale Trimble (Kentucky signee) at practice the last two years. He is a very smooth route runner and is great at creating space. He does a great job of hauling in the ball.

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