TCU Camp: Top OL/DL Performers

Nearly 100 offensive and defensive lineman made their way to TCU on Friday. HFB.com breaks down the top players in attendance.

The Frogs held their last mini-camps of the summer on Friday with a linemen camp in the morning and skills camp in the afternoon.

Several names stood out in the morning session and with that, let's take a look at the top performers (based on HFB.com) from the linemen session.

TOP PERFORMERS
Position: Guard
School: Mesquite Horn
Class: 2014
HT/WT: 6-3, 290

Alvarez picked up where he left off from the June camp, once again impressing the TCU coaches. This time around, he was the best offensive linemen in attendance, especially on the interior. Alvarez definitely proved himself as the best interior guy as he was never beat in one-on-ones. He drew attention from the coaches throughout the camp.

Position: Defensive end
School: Dallas Pinkston
Class: 2014
HT/WT: 6-4, 250

Well, another camp brings out another hidden gem. Carter fits the description of a gem, he's a legit 6-4, 250 and very quick. During one-on-one's, Carter was the most impressive defensive end in attendance. Carter moved from Shreveport and this will be his first season at Pinkston...which makes their head coach the happiest man in Dallas come the start of two-a-days with this nice surprise.

Position: Defensive end
School: Round Rock
Class: 2015
HT/WT: 6-4,250

For a 2015 prospect, Mitchell might've been the most put together player in attendance. Like Carter, he's a legit 6-4, 250 with plenty of speed off the edge. He looked exceptional during individual drills and tested well. Surprisingly, he doesn't hold an offer to date, but with the way the coaches were watching him closely today, it wouldn't surprise me if he gets one. I kept thinking Jerry Hughes when I was watching him.

Position: Defensive end
School: Little Elm
Class: 2014
HT/WT: 6-4, 233

Clifton Murphy's little brother, Best looked good today. Like Mitchell, he excelled in agility drills, he was maybe the best overall. When it came time for 1-on-1's, he took it to another level and had the play of the day off a routine speed rush. Best looked like he was shot out of a cannon on the play. He's definitely one to watch. Surprisingly, not many teams are on him.

5. Demetrion Amie
Position: Defensive end
School: Hill School
Class: 2014
HT/WT: 6-3, 235

Amie was impressive at the camp last month and he didn't disappoint this time around. As a six man player, I'd like to see a player that has more physical ability that Amie does at that level. Amie tested well again with a 4.7 and through agility drills. At 6-3, 235, Amie plays it all at Hill School from quarterback to linebacker.

6.Oshea Dugas
Position: Offensive tackle
School: Lafayette Northside
Class: 2015
HT/WT: 6-5, 305

In all honesty, there wasn't anything that stuck out during individual drills, but once 1-on-1's began, it was a completely different story. Dugas won just about every battle he had on the day, and that included battles against Best and Mitchell. Dugas isn't a talker, he just went about his business and took on any and all competition. Dugas won't be a secret much longer.

Position: offensive tackle
School: Flower Mound
Class: 2014
HT/WT: 6-5, 290

Miles narrowly missed the No. 7 spot on the day as he too was a good looking tackle prospect. At 6-5, 290, Miles showed good feet and a good reach. With a reported 10 offers on the table, Miles isn't a secret. The only question is, did he land on TCU's radar more on Friday. The answer for now has to be yes.

Position: Offensive tackle
School: Carl Albert
Class: 2014
HT/WT: 6-5, 290

wilson made the drive down from Oklahoma and didn't disappoint. Another big lineman, Wilson didn't have the quickness of Dugas or Miles, but if he got his hands on you in 1-on-1's, it was pretty much over. Wilson doesn't hold any offers at the moment.

Position: Offensive tackle
School: Weimar
Class: 2015
HT/WT: 6-6, 250

First took notice of Hasse when he was testing. Of course, for a lineman it's not about the speed. What Hasse does have is great size and a great frame to add even more weight. His big body will undoubtedly help him at the class A level, but with two more years he could be the next Ja'Braylin Thomas in Weimar.


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