USAAB East Morning: Top Performers

It was a wet and rainy morning, which caused problems with center-quarterback exchanges and some inconsistencies from the passers, but a few skill guys stood out. Here are the morning's top performers.

Demarcus Robinson - WR
He's long, lean and uses his hands to snatch the ball out of the air. He's a good, fluid athlete who did a nice job adjusting to and getting up for some high passes.

Greg Webb - DT
Webb is a wide, powerful kid who blew up several plays in the backfield. His build, strength and explosiveness made him a handful for offensive linemen this morning.

Jalen Ramsey - CB
Ramsey is a nice sized corner with good feet and hips and he had a good showing in 1-1s. He was physical and got his hands on receivers then used his athleticism from there.

Derrick Henry and Derrick Green - RBs
Both are big but in different ways. Henry is 240-lbs spread out over a 6'3 frame where Green is a compact, bowling ball type. Green has quick feet, good explosion and burst. Henry is more of a long strider. He's more smooth, can get the corner and run away from defenders. Both were impressive despite being different style backs.

Laremy Tunsil - OT
He showed why he's one of the nation's best this morning. He has it all: length, athleticism, and is comfortable in both pass pro and in the run game. He pass blocked very well when the East went to the air.

Honorable Mentions
WR Taquan Mizzell DE Wyatt Teller DT Kenny Bigelow CB Kendall Fuller TE Jake Butt DE Alquadin Muhammed WR James Quick

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