Nick O'Leary, TE, 6'4, 235, Dwyer
O'Leary shook off some rust after being on vacation last week to once again become one of the most dominant player on the field. He just flat out makes plays and is a workhorse for his team. O'Leary is the prototypical tight end with both size and speed. He's a defensive mismatch and proved today that jamming him at the line is an almost impossible feat. He's got great hands and surprising leaping ability, making him the go to guy for Dwyer.
Tre Mason, RB, 5'10, 190, Park Vista
Mason exhibits a quick burst and becomes a problem in space quickly for opposing defenses. I was impressed with his route running ability and soft hands considering he was playing away from his comfort zone all day at wide receiver.
Jonathan Whitest, WR, 6'0, 170, Glades Central
Whitest is a very smooth receiver for being only a junior. He was a large part of Glades success on the way to the championship today. It looks like he still has some growing to do and definitely will be able to put on some weight once he gets to college.
Rashad Darrisaw, WR, 5'11, 170, Glades Central
Darrisaw has a great first step, making it hard to play to far off of him at the line. He is very smooth in the open field and showed a double move that really opened up the secondary. He's just starting to get some looks after being relatively unknown since transferring last Spring.
Brendan Meyers, WR, 6'0, 180, Park Vista
Meyers is a very polished route runner and has exceptional hands. He once again became the focus of opposing teams defenses and is a great compliment to Mason. He has a solid frame and could add 20 pounds at the next level without losing much of his 4.5 speed.
Davis Bailey, DB, 5'9, 165, Glades Central
For only being a sophomore Bailey shows a lot of promise. He's already a decent bump and run corner showing great make up speed. He's very aggressive on the line and showed good instincts in space. He was on the verge of snagging picks several times by being in the right place at the right time. He's got a lot of potential for the upcoming season.
Jeffery Fullwood, DB, 6'1, 185, Suncoast
Fullwood has good size and was very fluid in coverage. He possesses some decent closing speed, but needs to continue to put himself in better placement with respect to the ball. He can be that ideal "big corner" many schools look for. He also plays WR.
Davison Colimon, DB, 6'0, 180, Suncoast
Colimon is a great compliment to Fullwood, and at only a junior he's still has plenty of time to improve. He showed good aggression jamming receivers at the line, but needs to keep his head on a swivel. Several times he focused solely on his receiver and missed opportunities to make a play when the ball was in the air. He's definitely one to keep an eye one.
Curt Maggitt, DE/OLB, 6'3, 210, Dwyer
Maggitt is a great physical player that wreacks havoc off the edge. During a 7 on 7 however, he's out of his element but still made the most of it. I was impressed with his coverage today, but I still think that's a big weak spot for him. He's at his best at the end, but showed some impressive make up speed today.
Reginald Napier, LB, 6'0, 205, Suncoast
Napier showed great awareness today, picking up running backs out of the backfield and breaking up wheel routes. He's a very smart player, but still plays aggressive. He boasts a 4.7 forty and showed he's got some quickness on both sides of the ball.
Keelin Smith, CB, 6'2 185, Treasure Coast
Smith looked impressive throughout the day, locking down some decent talent in several games. His match up with Dwyer's Hunter was a great battle the entire game on both sides of the ball. He's got good hips and solid closing speed. His instincts and awareness had him in the mix all day for making big plays.
Shawn McClain, CB/S/RB, 5'9, 180, Dwyer
McClain has a great burst of speed, often making defenders look bad after taking poor angles at him. He was very impressive on both sides of the ball and was right in the middle of almost pass break up for Dwyer today.
Darrell Hunter, CB, 5'11, 180, Dwyer
Hunter went toe to toe with Keelin Smith, a Florida State commit, and battled all day. Both players had impressive outings but I'd give the edge to Hunter in the end. Hunter is an in your face corner that loves to crowd the line, he stayed step for step with his receiver on almost every play today.