Top 5 Rising Seniors at Schiano Shootout

The "30 lists in 30 days" series is designed to lead us into the camp circuit. Have your own thoughts on one of our lists? Feel free to debate on the message boards. Today, we look at the top performers at the Schiano Shootout from the Class of 2012

5.) DB Yuri Wright, Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey, N.J.) — The 4-star cornerback got beat here and there, but showed throughout the day why he is No. 6 nationally at his position.

Wright had multiple knock-downs in every game watched by and showed good leaping ability and hands on a few interceptions.

With Leonte Carroo out of state, Wright played at wide receiver, but was just average.

4.) WR Carlton Agudosi, Franklin (Somerset, N.J.) — In the 7-on-7, Agudosi's size was borderline unfair. The 6-foot-6 wide receiver was the tallest athlete on the field and moved well after the catch on shorter passes.

Franklin went 3-1 in the opening rounds, but did not receive an at-large bid to the final 16. Agudosi made multiple athletic catches in the preliminary rounds and out-leaped double coverage multiple times.

3.) QB/DB Devin Fuller, Old Tappan (Old Tappan, N.J.) — Fuller was the top quarterback of the preliminary rounds, but tailed off in the round of 16. The highly sought-after Rutgers target split time at quarterback with Old Tappan's backup and worked some at safety.

Fuller's passes had zip and accuracy for the most part and he moved well behind the line of scrimmage. Yesterday's 7-on-7 was Fuller's first on-field action since injuring his arm during spring track. Fuller said he feels 100 percent and is glad to be back on the field, however.

Though Fuller was the top rising senior quarterback playing yesterday, the top overall performer at the position was David Sills from champion Red Lion. Sills will be just a freshman at Red Lion this year, but is already committed to Lane Kiffin at USC. He showed tremendous ball-placement and vision throughout the day.

2.) WR Ian Thomas, Franklin (Reisterstown, Md.) —Thomas truly looks the part of a college football player. He caught the ball well in traffic and was consistently the best on the field during his team's games.

Even at times where it seemed like Thomas was not trying, he kept making plays.

1.) TE Michael Giacone, St. Peters Prep (Jersey City, N.J.) — Giacone made the play of the day and helped carry St. Peters Prep to the final eight teams before losing on the last play to Cardinal O'Hara.

Against O'Hara, Prep quarterback Brandon Napoleon tossed up a prayer, with the Marauders trailing by seven and time expired, and Giacone out leaped everyone to score on a 40-yard touchdown. Prep lost on a failed conversion, but Giacone stole the show with his catch.

The big tight end showed at the 7-on-7 that he can move like a wide receiver and even made a few plays lined up outside alongside 2013 standout Charlie Callinan.

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