Kendell Jones, 2016 DT, Killeen (Texas) Shoemaker
Speaking from a personal standpoint, Jones is one of the most physically impressive prospects I've ever seen. Scout has already rated Jones as a five-star prospect, fourth overall nationally in his class, and second overall in the state's 2016 class. When you see him in person, you can easily see why. At 6-foot-4, 300-plus pounds, Jones does not have near as much fat on him as you'd expect. In fact, his base is so muscular that it makes him a little stiff during certain drills. His upper body, while huge, is triangular and tapers to a slim waste. In other words, this is a massively large defensive tackle prospect who is shaped like a mutant linebacker.
Devin White, 2016 RB/LB, Springhill (La.) North Webster
Speaking of monsters, add White to the list. White, who is listed at 6-foot-2, 223 pounds, looked at least that heavy Friday. It wouldn't surprise me at all if you told me he was 240 pounds. White has a massive, muscular base with a bulky trunk and arms. Jones and White were the two most jaw-droppingly impressive specimens at Friday's event.
Patrick Vahe, 2015 OG, Euless (Texas) Trinity
Vahe wasn't the tallest offensive lineman out there, but few guys look the part like he does. Vahe possesses good bulk and excellent feet. At 6-foot-2 1/2, 295 pounds, which is what he measured at the Dallas Nike Football Training Camp in April. Vahe may be a bit limited developmentally in his physical ceiling, but he's already so strong and well-assembled that shouldn't matter.
Christian Wallace, 2016 S, Katy (Texas) Tompkins
Wallace has great frame potential, meaning his combination of height and length suggest that he can add significant positive weight to his frame. Wallace is 6-foot-1 and at least 190 pounds, if not 200-plus at this point. He fits the profile of a big, rangy, physical safety, or even a receiver, at which he got reps during Friday's 1v1 sessions. Scout ranks Wallace as the No. 11 safety and No. 127 overall prospect nationally in the 2016 class.
Tyrell Thompson, 2015 DE/DT, Copperas Cove (Texas)
Thompson, who is committed to Houston, is very solidly built, especially in his upper body. In fact, he might have been the camper who most resembled an action figure. That's a good thing because he can probably still add bulk and muscle in his lower body, which will definitely come in handy once he's playing in the trenches at the FBS level.
Du'Vonta Lampkin, 2015 DT, Houston Cypress Falls -- Lampkin did not participate in Friday's camp, but was on hand before the camp to unofficially visit the Longhorns. The 6-foot-4, 295-pounder looked lighter than his listed weight and has long arms, suggesting that he could get very big and bulky once he's in college.
Kris Boyd, 2015 CB, Gilmer (Texas) -- here's another guy who did not participate, but this time because his high school coach requested that he (and his younger brother, 2016 running back/linebacker Demarco Boyd) not compete with two-a-days in the near future. Boyd is as big a cornerback as you could find on the field Friday, even if he was on the sidelines taking in the action with fellow four-star 2015 cornerback Holton Hill.