Chad Simmons

MVP Camp: Top Offensive Lineman

The Atlanta MVP camp last Sunday showcased some serious talent from the lineman in attendance, but unlike in many camp setting like this, the offensive lineman had an outstanding day. Here are some of Sunday's top performers on the offensive line.

Keiondre Jones, OL, Callaway:

The 6-foot-4 286-pound freshman was outstanding again on Sunday, and has the potential to be one of the top prospects in the country for the 2019 class.  Jones has great athleticism and won battle after battle during the camp.  The freshman looks the part the part already physically, and earned an offer from Alabama and Georgia when he was only 14 years old.  Jones has already established a relationship with the new Georgia coaching staff, specifically head coach Kirby Smart and offensive line coach Sam Pittman.  Jones attended Georgia's home game against Kentucky last fall, and was in Athens again in late February.  Look for Jones to be a major target for the Bulldogs going forward.

Christian Meadows, OL, Macon County:

Meadows is a guy I didn't know about at all going into the camp, but he is a guy who really stood out to me.  He has good size, strength, and rarely got beat in the session I was watching.  Meadows got the crowd fired up a couple times after throwing some defensive lineman to the ground with ease.  Meadows is still an unkown recruit at this time, but he looks like a solid guard prospect at 6-foot-4 330-pounds.

Reuben Unije, OL, Johns Creek:

Unije is a 2018 propect who really stood out in the group physically.  At 6-foot-5 290-pounds, Unije holds his weight well with a very lean look, and has long arms.  He's a little raw but has gotten much better since I saw him last summer.  Unije told me he has recently spoken to Georgia and FSU, and said Georgia coach Kirby Smart wants him to visit as soon as possible.  Look for the talented 2018 prospect to pick up offers shortly.

Chrisitan Armstrong, OL, Warner Robins:

Armstrong is another 2018 prospect who really stood out on Sunday.  Armstrong was the most impressive tackle prospect at the event, and currently holds offers from Florida, Florida State, Georgia, and Tennessee.  Armstrong is a very nice young man off the football field, but he plays with toughness and aggression on it.  Look for the 6-foot-4 310-pound Armstrong to be one of the top lineman prospects in the south for the 2018 class.


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