It can be hard to find a way to stand out on a field full of talented, athletes, but several players managed to turn some heads on day two of The Opening. UCLA commit Josh Rosen and Missouri commit Drew Lock stood out among the quarterbacks. On defense, Florida State commit Derwin James locked down his side of the field, and Marvell Tell and Texas A&M commit Justin Dunning made plays all day. Few underclassmen get Opening invites, but 2016 defensive lineman Rashan Gary did, and he's certainly making an impression.
Scott and Amy discuss it all in the video below.
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