Los Angeles NFTC All-Underclass Team

Scout.com picks their all-Underclass Team from the Los Angeles Nike Football Training Camp, headlined by several of the West's top prospects in the 2012 and 2013 classes...

Bryce Treggs (2012)
Receiver, Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco
Was one of the best receivers out in Vegas' 7on7 and he picked up where he left off at the NFTC, consistently getting past the corners and, when the ball was there, making the tough catch.

Connor Brewer (2012)
Quarterback, Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral
Brewer is one of the West's top quarterback prospects in the 2012 class and he flashed a very strong arm throughout the NFTC.  He picked up a couple of verbal offers the same weekend of the NFTC, further cementing himself on the map of 2012 prospects.

Khalfani Muhammed (2013)
Running Back, Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame
Only a freshman, the 2013 prospect has the look of someone who'll be one of the better running back prospects in the West in his class. Muhammed is pretty well put together, and has good instincts and superior hands, to go with his great speed.

Devonte Neal (2012)
Quarterback, Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral
Neal may be the best 2012 prospect in Arizona, and already boasts a handful of offers. He showed why on Sunday with his blazing speed, crisp route-running and excellent hands. Neal reminds us a little of former four-star receiver Reggie Dunn.

Jalen Cope-Fitzpatrick (2012)
Tight End, Palm Desert (Calif.)
Is certainly capable of playing tight end on the college level, but he's already built like a defensive tackle at 6-4/260 as a member of the Class of 2012. He has great balance and body control, but with his build and athleticism, he'll likely find himself at a much more coveted position of defensive tackle on the next level..

Gabriel Marks (2012)
Receiver, Venice (Calif.)
Was one of our Hot 11 Underclassmen at the Vegas 7on7, and he again put his stamp on the "One to Watch" list for the 2012 class, earning NFTC WR MVP honors. Marks continues to show he's unafraid to make the tough catch and he's a flyer.

Malik Gilmore (2012)
Tight End, Lakewood (Calif.)
Gilmore starred out in Vegas in the 7on7, named to the all-underclass team, and he's showing that he'll definitely be a bigtime prospect in his class. Gilmore is an effortless runner, he just glides when he runs, and with his nice, long frame, can catch mostly everything thrown to him. He's a big target, but he's also got some very good speed.

Jordan Simmons (2012)
Offensive Lineman, Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey
Simmons will be one of the elite linemen in the West in the class of 2012, and while he's still a little raw, there were a couple of 1-on-1's that showed why his future is bright. He was verbally offered by San Diego State and UCLA last month and you can see why the two in-state programs got a head start.

Drew James (2012)
Defensive Line, Corona (Calif.)
James is no stranger to the game, his older brother Jordon was a top 10 running back a year ago. The younger James has a good frame for a defensive tackle, and while he didn't get his brother's speed, he more than made up for it with his size. James, though, is quick off the ball.

Charles Howard (2012)
Offensive Line, Stockton (Calif.) Lincoln
Howard could play on either side of the ball in college, though we think he ends up as an offensive tackle.  He's got very good feet, long arms is quick, and still looks like he could add some more weight to his frame. 

Darius Powe (2013)
Receiver, Lakewood (Calif.)
Powe is quick and strong and has good hands, just needs to continue refining his route-running. He and Gilmore should help the Lancers offense tremendously this fall.

Golden State Preps Top Stories