Semper Fi Bowl: Day 3 Top 5 Offense (West)

The Scout.com staff breaks down the top five offensive performers from Wednesday's workout. It was a repeat performance at the top spot and a defensive player actually made the top five list as well.

1. Rami Hammad, OL, Irving (Texas.) - Baylor This is the second day in a row Hammad earns the top spot on this list. If possible, he was even more dominant on Wednesday than he was the last two days and he was very, very good on those days. His fellow offensive linemen have nicknamed Hammad the ‘pass pro wizard' because of how dominant he has been in the one on one drills.

2. John Ross, WR, Long Beach Jordan (Calif.)- Undecided

Ross had a very good workout Monday, slipped a bit on Tuesday and then was back in form on Wednesday. He was the most dynamic receiver of the day catching deep balls, running reverses and showing his trademark burst and run after the catch ability.

3. Devon Allen, WR, Phoenix (Ariz.) Brophy Prep- Undecided

Like Ross, Allen was excellent on Monday and then missed all of Tuesday's practice with an ankle injury. He came back strong on Wednesday and probably caught more balls than any other receiver. He was the favorite target of all the quarterbacks, largely due to his great hands and ability to get open.

4. Elijah Qualls, DL, Petaluma (Calif.) Casa Grande- Washington

No, that's not a misprint. Qualls, who has been the top defensive player this week, worked out with the fullbacks today and looked great. He's not just a short yardage goal line guy, Qualls has some skills running the ball and looked just as good coming out of the backfield as a receiver. He's an exceptional talent and has had a great week.

5. Brayden Kearsley, OL, Beaverton (Ore.) Aloha- Undecided

Kearsley has had a great week and gotten better every day. On Wednesday, he looked strong in the pass protection and run drills and is one of the most physical linemen on the team. He has great size and looks like a college player already. Don't be surprised to see Kearsley make an early impact at the next level.

Kevin Carden, Annabel Stephan and Ryan Gorcey contributed to this report

Greg Biggins has been covering recruiting for over 15 years, covering the West since the mid-1990's and currently serves as a national analyst for Scout.com/FOXSportsNext.
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