Top prospects at Ole Miss' Passing Camp

Today was an exciting day for all of the fans, coaches, and high school players that attended the Ole Miss Passing Camp. To view the players who we thought stood out, click here.



Here are my thoughts:
Anthony Dixon

Anthony Dixon (RB) out of Terry is the real deal. He can cut on a dime, which is unusual for someone who weighs 242 pounds.

Dixon could rival Cordera Eason as best back in the state. It is a close call between those two. What makes both so special is that they are both over 6' 0", weigh over 240 and cut and go like a scat back.






















Terry Levy

Terry Levy (WR) continues to shine at any camp or combine he attends.






























Kendrick Lewis

Ditto for Kendrick Lewis(WR), as he made play after play today for O. Perry Walker. Kendrick made a "Willie Mays" catch on a critical 3rd down that drew a lot of OOHHHHHHH and AAAGGGGHHHHH's.
























Corderick Govan

The top linebacker at the camp was Corderick Govan. Corderick is still young and still has some filling out to go, but he has the long body and arms to put on the good weight. Govan made quite a few plays in his pass coverages and looked athletic as always.

 

 

 

 

 























James Patterson

James Patterson(QB) out of Noxubee County continues to impress me with his arm and build. He played some safety today and actually did a good job. He is a natural athlete with a big time arm. James will more than likely play another position on the college level, but he is the type that you just want out on the field somewhere.

 

 


















Allen Walker

Allen Walker (DB/WR) is a natural defensive back. He made two spectacular int's today. Allen arrived to Oxford for the afternoon games, as he had to attend summer school in the morning. Walker is bigger physically than you expect, looks to be in the 6' 2", 210 range. Very good looking prospect.


















Markeith Summers

Markeith Summers played with a pull hamstring and never got loose on the field. He gutted it out but was not himself. Summers has very long strides, ala Matt Jones.


























Victor Thomas

Victor Thomas(DE) out of Olive Branch won the Oklahoma drill at the line camp. He is not as tall as your classic DE's (6' 5", 240). He is more in the 6' 2", 250 range but boy is this kid explosive and powerful. Victor has star written all over his forehead. Very impressive looking end.

 

 

 

















Anthony Summers

Anthony Summers(S) has a good looking frame. Very broad shoulders and runs very well. He looks to be in the 6' 2" to 6' 3" range and probably around 200 pounds. Anthony has a natural field awareness which helps him pass coverages. You can tell he loves to play QB and is trying his best to learn more about the safety position. It would not shock me if he ended up at LB before it is all said and done.

All in all, the Olive Branch fouresome of Allen Walker (DB), Anthony and Markeith Summers, and Victor Thomas are legit players and are all keepers. They all have something special about them and all have the physical build you need for the next level.













Rod Davis

Rod Davis (WR) out of Woodale (TN) was the quickest prospect at the camp. The kid can flat out fly. I hear the Rebels are keeping a close eye on the youngster.

























John Stocks

MUS has a rising sophomore that goes by the name of John Stocks. John is around 6' 5" and can really move. He will be one to watch over the years.

 

 

 

 
















Max Prokell

Speaking of MUS, they also had a WR by the name of Max Prokell. Max is a rising senior and actually put up better numbers than Ole Miss signee, J. D. Lawhorn. Prokell was able to get around Rebel commitment, Kendrick Lewis, on one play. He has great speed and field awareness.




















Michael Park
Michael Park (QB) from MUS has the same fighting spirit as his older brother, Rob Park. Michael has a great knack at looking for the short routes when the receivers are covered deep. Rarely will he force a ball, which is unusual for a rising sophomore.
















Justin Woodall

Lafayette County product, Justin Woodall, was studying for the ACT test which he takes on Saturday, so he was not able to participate. I would have liked to see him go up against Kendrick Lewis, Terry Levy, Max Prokell, and Rod Davis. Justin more than held his own against the elite WR's at Ole Miss' Senior Camp, but it is always nice to see a prospect do it over and over again. In my opinion, and my opinion only, I still have not seen a better safety than Justin Woodall at any of the camp or combines I have attended. This includes the scout.com combine at Tulane, Auburn, and MSU. The Nike Combine at Ole Miss, and the Ole Miss Senior and Passing Camps.

Chad Jones (DB), the little brother of Al Jones, was playing in a baseball game this afternoon, so he was not able to participate at the camp.

O. Perry Walker, Noxubee County, Olive Branch, and Lafayette County were the Final Four schools in competition for the 7 on 7 Championship.


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