Leading the way was South Lake's Ryan Carter, who checked in at 6-4 and 334. Carter showed very good footwork and did very well in agility drills. He did 29 reps on the bench press at 185 pounds, and was very impressive in individual drills. Estero's Randy Hand, at 6-5 1/2 and 295, was very impressive as well. Although not quite as strong (26 reps) or quick of feet as Carter, Hand was very good in all individual drills and was impossible to get by in pass pro.
While Carter and Hand were the top two offensive linemen at the camp, others performed very well also. Palmetto's Nick Ritter (6-2 1/2 and 264) tested and drilled well, as did Southeast standout Todd Bunce (6-3 1/2 and 275), who was Adrian McPherson's best blocker last season. Tampa Jesuit's Mark Burgess had a tremendous junior season, but didn't test or drill too well on Sunday.
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