Bronco/Jag Game Loaded with College Prospects

The Brookwood/Stephenson game on Saturday at the Georgia Dome was loaded with Division 1 prospects. Some players were known commodities coming in, and some helped make a name for themselves. Here is a look at some of the players that look to have college futures including Marcus Ball, Jermaine Cunningham, Cameron Smith, Perry Riley and more...

ScoutTV Presents Highlights from several College Prospects to watch from the Georgia Dome.

Cameron Smith made his Brookwood debut in a big way. He showed good vision and balance and outstanding speed and hands.

#22 RB Cameron Smith

Cameron Smith wasn't the only running back to have a big game; Andre Anderson showed excellent power. Anderson picked up a lot of tough yards against a solid Bronco defense

#32 Andre Anderson

Marcus Ball plays the game with intensity on both sides of the ball. He has a very good nose for the ball, and plays the game with a lot of explosion.

#6 SS/RB Marcus Ball

David Pittman made his quarterback debut a good one for the Broncos as he hurt the Jaguars on the ground as well as through the air. He went high over Marcus Ball for a touchdown just before the half.

#17 QB David Pittman

Jermaine Cunningham of Stephenson had a good game from his defensive end position. He spent a lot of time in the Bronco backfield.

#49 DE Jermaine Cunningham

Jordan Honegan of Brookwood missed most of his junior season with a knee injury, but the senior showed that he is healthy and ready to make plays. Listed at 6-3, Honegan has terrific size for a defensive back.

#12 CB Jordan Honegan

Perry Riley of Stephenson started the game off right for the Jags with a big hit on Cameron Smith. He also did some damage of his own on screen passes.

#7 LB/RB Perry Riley

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