UA Game: Top 5 White Offense

Tuesday was the second day of practices at the UnderArmour All-American game at Disney's Wide World of Sports complex just outside of Orlando. Scout.com breaks down the top five performers on each side of the football.

1. Kevin Olsen, QB, Wayne Hills (NJ), committed to Miami

Olsen was the most consistent QB on the White team and he can make all the throws. He throws in rhythm and seems particularly effective down the field. Olsen does not lack confidence and is not afraid to fit the ball into tight windows. There are few things he needs to work on including not 'patting the ball', but it is easy to see why he was so coveted as a recruit.

2. Shane Morris, QB, De La Salle (MI), committed to Michigan

Morris has a little more flash to his game than Olsen and he is showcasing a strong arm and deadly accuracy on the shorter throws. Like Olsen, Morris is not short on confidence and he will take some chances down the field. Despite the big arm, Morris was able to put some touch on throws. He is also the best thrower on the move outside the pocket.


Treadwell has a lot of tools to work with
Yancy Porter, Scout.com

3. Laquon Treadwell, WR, Crete Monee (IL)

Treadwell has excellent size and was able to get behind the DBs several times for big plays. He possesses excellent body control and ball skills and has more speed than he is given credit for. If not for some drops on some short balls, he would have had one of the best days of any player on the field.

4. Robbie Rhodes, WR, Southwest (TX), committed to Baylor

Rhodes stock is on the rise and he will be a near perfect fit in the open, fast-paced offense at Baylor. He gives maximum effort on every snap and is the most consistent wide-out on the field. We really like the way he runs his routes and is able to find space to make plays.

5. Marcus Baugh, TE, John W. North (CA), committed to Ohio State

We can see why Baugh is a great two-sport athlete (hoops). He is a pristine route runner who is big, athletic, and tough to handle at the line of scrimmage. Baugh has the ability to line-up at a traditional TE or out wide where he will be a mismatch. The California product has a high ceiling as he adds some weight to his frame.

Brandon Huffman, Chad Simmons, Jason Higdon, John Garcia, and Amy Campbell contributed to this report.


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