NIKE Camp Recap - Part 1

Starting with the quarterbacks, I thought it was an average group of signal callers.

There were four legit Division 1 seniors here, and the best I watched was Auburndale's Chris Moore. At 6-4, Moore has nice mechanics and a strong arm that allows him to deliver the ball well. Clearwater Countryside's Kyle Wolfbarger, Cardinal Newman's Ryan Hart, and Delray Beach Atlantic's Omar Jacobs were other Div 1 QB's here. None of them are of UM caliber, however. The most talented quarterback here was junior Justin Midgett from Charlotte H.S.

At running back, it was very down. This was the least talented group of running backs at a Miami NIKE Camp since they started four years ago. There were not Clint Portis's or Willis McGahee's out here. The two standouts were Dillard's Marcus Facyson and Miramar's Bobby Dorsanville. They're both Div 1 kids, but not UM types.

Now on to the good stuff - the wide receivers. WOW! Talk about an incredible group. There were probably three of the Top 15 wide receiver prospects in the entire country on hand today. Which was the best? Take your pick between Fort Myers' Richard Washington (4.41/40 on grass), Glades Central's Santonio Holmes (4.45), and Springs standout Devin Aromashadu (4.48 and 38-inch VJ). All three were at the top of their game and definitely look like big time players who will likely stay in-satte to play their college ball.

Coming up - Part 2 of the NIKE Camp review.

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