Spring Ball - Thursday

The best player on the field last night was Chris Anderson. I had seen Anderson on tape and at the NIKE Camp, and while I was impressed, I had no idea he was as good as what I saw last night.

At 6-2 and 270, Anderson has the ability to grow into a very talented, quick, penetrating defensive tackle in the mold of a Marquise Johnson. His motor never stops and he was making plays all night. At this level, he is unblockable.

Ed White tight end Lonnie Davis is an impressive athlete who is probably the most dominating blocking tight end I have seen at this level in years. At 6-5 and 230, he is a tremendous specimen who has the potential to become an outstanding blocking tight end at the next level. With 4.85 speed, he has decent ability in the passing game, but he's very raw and I think he could even grow into a very talented left tackle at the next level. He's probably a mid to upper Div 1 kid at tight end and left tackle, depending on which schools think he has the upside to play tackle.

First Coast quarterback Reggie Lewis will be a cornerback at the next level. At 5-10 and 175, he simply doesn't make people miss like those receivers at Miami, FSU, and Florida do. I think he's a mid level Div 1 cornerback prospect who has a lot of speed and quick feet to work with.

The top six players in the Jacksonville area I think are 1) Ciatrick Fason, 2) Chris Anderson, 3) Adam Peterson, 4) Lonnie Davis, 5) Leon Washington, and 6) Reggie Lewis.

I've now seen everyone I wanted to in the Panhandle, central Florida, Palm Beach County, and the Jacksonville area.

I head over to the Tampa/St Pete/Sarasota area early next week, followed by Broward County late in the week. Then the final week, I'm back at home base - Dade County.

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