Elite College Combine Gallery
Scenes like this were common place at the Elite College Combine on Wednesday May 4th. College coaches from around the country converged on the Randolph Indoor Sports Pavillion to get a first hand look at the top talent in the Northeast.
Tom McEowen sticks his landing
Neshaminy, Pa defensive lineman Tom McEowen, 6-4 and 270 pounds, showed why he is worthy of a Top 10 state ranking with an outstanding performance at the recent Elite College Combine in New Jersey.
Jared Odrick runs the 40-yard dash
Lebanon, Pa defensive end Jared Odrick, 6-5 and 280 pounds, opened eyes and showed he is a legitimate contender for National Top 100 rankings.
Manheim (Pa.) Central linebacker Jeremiha Hunter, 6-0 and 200 pounds, proved himself by blanketing LeSean McCoy multiple times in pass coverage.
Staten Island (N.Y.) wide receiver Vidal Hazelton, 6-4 and 200 pounds, lived up to his advanced billing by dominating the competition. Hazelton walked away withe the outstanding wide receiver trophy.
Navorro Bowman and Akeem Hebron
The Maryland dynamic duo of Suitland linebacker Navorro Bowman, 6-2 and 215 pounds, and Good Counsel linebacker Akeem Hebron, 6-2 and 195 pounds, wreaked havoc all night long, as they put on a show for the hundreds of D-1 coaches in attendance.
Antwine Perez finishes a broad jump
Woodrow Wilson (N.J.) standout safety Antwine Perez, now holds 42 scholarship offers. Perez tested his skills numerous times against the top wide receivers.
Bruce Campbell finishes the 40-yard dash
Hamden (Conn.) Hyde Leadership defensive end Bruce Campbell, could have the most potential as anyone in the country. he has an outstanding and imposing frame.
Phillip Taylor Brandywine Heights (Md.) Gwynn Park defensive tackle Phillip Taylor excited on-lookers by crushing the competition in one-on-one drills. Taylor walked away with some hardware for efforts.
Pat Devlin Despite a strong showing from Bishop McDevitt quarterback Jeremy Ricker it was Downingtown East (Pa.) signal caller Pat Devlin who was named the combines top quarterback.
Write it down and remember the name Marvin Austin, his smile is as bright as his future. The Washington (D.C.) Coolidge high school defensive tackle reminded most in attendance of a young Melvin Alaeze. Austin should have his choice of schools to choose from next fall. Austin should receive consideration as one of the top prospects for the class of 2007.
A great time was had by all, the folks at the Elite College Combine put on a truly outstanding event to showcase these student athletes. Joe Natale deserves to be commended for his efforts. Scout.com would like to thank Mr. Natale, Chris Melvin, Nick Lubischer, Chuck Mound and the whole Elite team for allowing us to cover this event.
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