MLK Unsigned Senior/Junior College Camp Recap

Here is a complete breakdown of the MLK Unsigned Senior/Junior College Camp that featured some of the top athletes around the state

On January 19th, over 100 athletes around Southeastern Michigan traveled to Pontiac to compete and showcase their talents in the MLK Unsigned Senior & Junior College camp. There were about 21 different colleges that were represented and in attendance for the camp.

Coach Reggie Wynns organized and led the camp for the third year straight and currently runs the Rising Stars Recruiting program, which has been going on for six years. He and the other coaches that worked the camp came together gave their top offensive performers, top defensive performers and handed out a few MVP awards.

Here is the complete breakdown of the camp including top forty times, top twenty yard shuttles and much more

MLK Unsigned Senior & Junior College Camp Performance Results

Top Five 40 Yard Dash

1. Bailey Edwards (Chelsea High)- 4.36

2. Brian Watson (Farmington High)- 4.38

3. Jamar Antwine (Southfield High)- 4.41

4. Jordan Davison (Southfield High)- 4.41

5. Kaiser Carleton (Macomb Dakota)- 4.46

   

Top 20 yard shuttle

1. Jakkar Jackson (Farmington High)- 4.11

2. Damon King (Warren De La Salle High)- 4.2

3. Kevin Bickett (Brandon High)- 4.25

4. Miles Daniel- (Oak Park)- 4.28

5. Trent Johnson (Lansing Eastern High)- 4.28

 

Top Offense Performers

1. Cecil Green- Wyandotte High

2. Kris Mangum- Southfield High

3. Miles Daniel- Oak Park High

4. Brandon Roberts- Michigan Collegiate

 

Top Defense Performers

1. Justin Clark – West Bloomfield High

2. Khary Harris – Warren De La Salle High

3. Kofi Bashir – Orchard Lake St. Marys

4. Jacob Miller – Wayne Memorial High

 

MVP Senior / Junior College

1. Alan Freeman

 

MVP Underclassman

1. KJ Hamler- Orchard Lake St. Marys

Camp Standouts

Chelsea (MI.) junior wide receiver Bailey Edwards- The 6-2, 190-pound speedy wide out was the fastest player at the camp running a 4.36 forty time. He caught the ball pretty good, ran good routes, but is just a little raw. When he figures more football stuff out, he will definitely be D-1 player

Oak Park (MI.) junior athlete Miles Daniel- He had a great camp and featured some great ball skills, great routes and is one of the most underrated wide receivers in the state

Wayne (MI.) Memorial junior defensive lineman/offensive lineman Jacob Miller – Physically, he is very impressive and stood above the competition at 6-6. Coaches thought he was a better offensive lineman, but could excel at many positions on the field. I know he is very under rated and could become that next Eric Fisher

Orchard Lake (MI.) St. Mary’s sophomore cornerback KJ Halmer- One of the most arguably best 2017 prospects in the state and one of the fastest in his class. He displayed great hands, good ball skills, great routes at the camp. Already holds five early offers

Ortonville (MI.) Brandon sophomore wide receiver Kevin Bickett- One of the surprises of the camp. He ran great routes, had great ball skills and could be one to watch in the future

Orchard Lake (MI.) St. Mary’s junior outside linebacker Kofi Bashir– Has good size at 6-2, 200-pounds and ran a good 4.56 forty yard dash. Definitely had good cover skills and people should be on the lookout for him next season

Macomb (MI.) Dakota sophomore running back Kaiser Carleton- Despite small in stature, he has some wheels by running a 4.5 forty dash and 4.2 shuttle ran. He ran great routes as a wide receiver while primarily being a running back on his team. His skills are impressive and has the potential to be a top five prospect in 2017 class in Michigan

Farmington (MI.) junior athlete Jakkar Jackson- He ran a 4.11 shuttle time and showed great cover skills. He also ran an impressive forty time at 4.53. Overall, holds great cover skills and a very physical kid

West Bloomfield (MI.) junior cornerback Justin Clark- At 5-11, 165-pounds and could grow even more. Had great cover skills, ran a 4.54 and was the best underclassman cornerback at the camp

Southfield (MI.) senior cornerback Jamar Antwaine- The former Chippewa commit put on a good performance at the camp and the next day had five coaches wanting to see him. He is a sleeper and will be a good pick-up for whatever school he chooses

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