Photo Gallery of OL/DL Camp

The Rebels hosted around 200 offensive and defensive line prospects today at their 1 Day OL/DL camp. To view some of the photos of the offensive linemen who stood out, read below.



Below are photos taken from some of the Top OL we viewed at the camp

Carneal Ainsworth

Carneal Ainsworth (OG, Episcopal, LA) - The 6' 3", 300 pound offensive guard really picked it up in the late stages of the camp when most of the attendees were dragging around due to the heat.

This really caught the attention of the staff's eye, as they are looking for not only talented players but ones who can fight through the heat.












Dallas Thomas
Dallas Thomas (OT, Baton Rouge, LA) - Thomas was probably the top overall offensive linemen at the camp. When he showed up for the scout.com combine, he was weighing in the 250 range, but not anymore, as his mother reported to me this morning that he weighed it at 283 at the doctor's office on Friday.

Dallas has the complete game. Long arms and measuring in at 6' 6", 283 with footwork like a tight end (ran a sub 5.0 forty at scout combine) does not hurt either.

Alabama, Florida State, Ole Miss, LSU and several more schools have already offered.









Dallas Thomas holds off a DT during the one on one drills

















 

Rufus Quinn

Rufus Quinn (OT, Grenada, MS) - Rufus was pretty much an unknown commodity going into the camp. His teammate, DeMarcus Tidwell, has received all of the pub, but Quinn has the talent to play on the D1 level.

He looked to be in the 6' 3", 300 pound range and ran very good for a guy his size.
























Kevin Saia

Kevin Saia (OG, Dutchtown , LA) - The 6' 2", 300 pounder has very good lateral quickness which allows him to block the explosive defensive linemen. Showed great footwork all day and constantly won the one on one drills during the morning and afternoon.















Evan Ruiz

Evan Ruiz (OT, Baton Rouge, LA) - The 6' 3", 280 pound St. Michael product put on a good showing today. He consistently stayed ahead of his defender and has very strong hands.

 











Slade Adams

Slade Adams (OT, Mt. Juliet, TN) - The 6' 5", 330 pounder visited Ole Miss for Jr Day and also attended the Spring game.

Adams as the frame to work with. Conditioning will be a key with Slade. When he gets to the weight he needs to be at, his footwork and stamina will improve. Nevertheless, he has the tools it takes to play on the D1 level.














Jake Wolf

Jake Wolf (OL, Nashville, TN) - The 6' 4", 300 pounder has long arms which are needed for offensive tackles, and he also has the body frame you are looking for.

Jake will need to continue to work on his conditioning, but once he gets that down pat, his game will prosper.





















Alex Hurst
Alex Hurst (OT, Arlington, TN) - Like Dallas Thomas, Alex pretty much has everything you are looking for in a big time offensive tackle. He is very long, 6' 6", and has great footwork.

He looks to be in the 5.4 forty range and can really move laterally with the best of them.

Alex was recently offered by the Rebels.

























Tidbits


Several key prospects that will be attending the skilled camp tomorrow arrived a day earlier and watched the OL/DL camp from the sidelines.

Each one of the pictured prospects below have been offered by Ole Miss.



WR
Wes Kemp













S
Robert Steeples











RB
Brandon Bolden














LB
Herman Lathers














Special Note


We will go over the top DL at the camp in our next report.

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