Atlanta NFTC: Top WR/TE Performers

There was a great ix of size, speed, and athletes at wide receiver and tight end Sunday at the Atlanta NFTC. See who stood out most to Scout here...

Terry Godwin, 2015 ATH, Hoganville (Ga.) Callaway
Godwin made it look easy. He set up defensive backs, he was extremely quick off the line, and he blazed past corner after corner. Smooth would be the best way to describe him. He dropped one pass at the end of the camp and all that did was show that this Georgia commit is human.

Jackson Harris, 2015 TE, Columbia (Tenn.) Central
The big tight end just kept getting open all afternoon. He ran crisp routes and although he does not have the speed as the wideouts on the outside, he showed good mobility. He knows how to create separation from defenders and secure the ball with his hands.

Demetris Robertson, 2016 WR, Savannah (Ga.) Country Day
Robertson showed very good quickness off the line of scrimmage and he separated from coverage well across the middle or down the field. He is very fluid in his routes and he showed the ability to adjust to the ball. His hands impressed too.

T.J. Rahming, 2015 WR, Powder Springs (Ga.) McEachern
Rahming looked like a blur at times on the football field. He is more quick than fast and defensive backs had a hard time keeping up with him. He is a true slot receiver and he is small, but he is explosive. He left some defensive backs in a different area code Sunday.

Preston Williams, 2015 WR, Lovejoy (Ga.)
Everything about Williams lived up to his No. 1 receiver in the nation ranking. He's every bit of 6-4 and has good strength. The Tennessee commit toyed with cornerbacks off the line of scrimmage and he's unguardable on the edge with his size and leaping ability. He made a spectacular one-handed grab that made everyone look his way.

Charlie Woerner, 2016 TE/ATH, Tiger (Ga.) Rabun County
Where will this young man play on the next level? He is such a big and versatile athlete. He worked out at tight end Sunday and he can move and he can catch. At 6-foot-5, 221 pounds, he was fluid and he attacked the ball when it came his way. He will likely end up at tight end on the next level.

John Garcia and Scott Kennedy contributed to this feature.

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