Patrick Vahe, 2015 OG, Euless (Texas) Trinity
Simply put, Vahe (pictured above) performed better than any offensive lineman in attendance. In fact, Vahe may have been as good as any prospect on the offensive side of the ball. The 6-foot-2 1/2, 295-pound Scout four-star prospect and Texas pledge showed great feet and quickness during O-line drills, while also winning almost all of his 1v1 matchups against defensive linemen. Vahe is not the tallest or longest prospect out there, but he has impressive bulk and core strength, which shows up in his balance and body control, which are special traits for an interior lineman.
Zach Gentry, 2015 QB, Albuquerque (N.M.) Eldorado
Gentry, another Texas commit, proved himself worthy of the title with an impressive outing. The 6-foot-6, 237-pound four-star prospect entered the came knowing all eyes would be on him as the Longhorns' pledge for the 2015 cycle and stood up to the pressure. After a slow start, Gentry recovered nicely, delivering good balls repeatedly, especially during 1v1 receiver/cornerback matchups. Gentry also reported a recent 4.6 40.
Shawn Robinson, 2017 QB, Denton (Texas) Guyer
Every time we saw Robinson, we come away extremely impressed. The 6-foot-2, 191-pounder, who's entering his sophomore season this fall, makes everything look easy. Intermediate throws. Deep throws. Rollouts. And that's just his passing ability, which is matched by his game-breaking running talents. Robinson, who has one early offer from Nebraska, has also gotten interest from schools such as Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Stanford, Texas Tech, and, obviously, Texas.
Kirk Johnson, 2015 RB, San Jose (Calif.) Valley Christian
Johnson and his younger brother, 2016 receiver Collin Johnson, both had very strong outings at Friday's camp. That's good news for Texas since both have already committed to the Longhorns. The 5-foot-11, 190-pound Johnson had his way with linebackers during 1v1 matchups, repeatedly beating them with relative ease. Asking a linebacker to cover him in the flats is a tall order. Johnson has a great build with the athleticism to match, as evidenced by his top SPARQ rating at the Oakland Nike Football Training Camp.
Collin Johnson, 2016 WR, San Jose (Calif.) Valley Christian
Erik McCoy, 2015 OG, Lufkin (Texas)
Devin White, 2016 RB, Springhill (La.) North Webster