Dawg Night: Top Five Offense

ATHENS, Ga. – Scout was on hand Friday night when Georgia hosted their final camp of 2011. Find out who impressed Scout the most on the offensive side here.

Over 150 prospects were in Athens for Dawg Night 2011 and Scout was on hand to see the prospects go to work.

They were put through drills, they went head to head in 1on1 drills, and here are the five that stood out the most on the offensive side of the ball.

  • Sean Culkin – 6-6/210 – Tight End – 2012 – Largo, Fla.-Indian Rocks Christian
    Quick Hitter: Culkin was the best receiver on the field Friday night. He is a tight end, but he has hard to slow down off the ball, he played with great effort, and he caught everything within reach.

  • Reggie Love – 6-2/197 – Wide Receiver – 2012 – Boca Raton, Fla.-Spanish River Quick Hitter: Love made some nice catches and he showed he could go get the ball when it was high in the air. He was very raw when coming off the ball and he can work on his route running, but for someone who has not played football before, he showed he could be a real sleeper in this class.

  • Cole Segraves – 6-4/220 – Quarterback – 2013 - Moultrie, Ga. – Colquitt County
    Quick Hitter: Seagraves threw a very good ball all night at Dawg Night. He was nice in his drops, he showed plenty of arm strength, and he has size that will attract many coaches. Expect him to put up huge numbers this season.

  • John Theus – 6-6/304 – Offensive Tackle – 2012 – Jacksonville, Fla.-Bolles
    Quick Hitter: Theus was his normal self. He was impressive throughout the night and won almost all of his 1on1 battles. He knows how to turn on the switch when he goes to battle and him committing to Georgia Friday night was huge for the Dawgs.

  • Stanley Williams – 5-7/172 – Running Back – 2014 – Winder, Ga.-Apalachee
    Quick Hitter: This young man may only be a rising sophomore, but he showed some of the quickest feet and best balance through the drills as anyone in Athens. He is stronger than most expect him to be and he will have a lot of rushing yards by the time he finishes high school.

    Others Under Consideration: Austin Allen (2012 OL), Maricio Askew (2012 RB), Chester Brown (2012 OL), Quinshad Davis (2012 WR), Tyshon Dye (2013 RB), Keyante Green (2013 RB), Charlie Hegedus (2012 WR), Derrick Henry (2013 RB), Quayvon Hicks (2012 FB), Brandon Kublanow (2013 OL), Johnathon McCrary (2013 QB), and Brice Ramsey (2013 QB).

    Chad Simmons started out with Scout in 2003 covering top talent in Georgia and other areas in the South. He then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become Southeast Recruiting Manager.
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