Wednesday, April 21, 2010

LOS ANGELES, CA BEAT THE HEAT 10TH grade NUC Schuman’s Outstanding Performance List


LOS ANGELES, CA BEAT THE HEAT 10TH grade NUC Schuman’s Outstanding Performance List
Aaron Leauma
Misson Hills HS, AC
10th
DL #104
Leauma won the Overall MVP following an dominant display at the combine. The 5'11 245 lb d-lineman bench pressed 185 lbs 16 times, played with great strength during the 1 on 1's has a good motor and uses his hands well. There is definitely D1 potential here.
Darnell Murray
Citrus Hill HS, CA
10th
LB #59
Murray was awarded the LB MVP. At 5'11.5 184, Murray had an 8'3 broad jump, ran a 4.63 shuttle, bench pressed 155 lbs 21 times and was physical during 1 on 1's.
Steven Russell
Narbonne HS, CA
10th
CB #64
Russell took home the DB MVP award. The 5'7.5 149 lb Russell had an 8'7 broad jump, ran a 4.43 and shut down the WR's during 1 on 1's.
Denzell Dotson
Cactus HS, AZ
10th
OL #99
A monstrous 6'1 290 lb phenom, Dotson won the OL MVP. Dotson used his size to his advantage, bench pressing 185 lbs 17 times en route to dominating the individual period.
Zachary Green
Cathedral HS, CA
9th
RB #23
Green was simply on the money. The 5'8 191 lb standout won the RB MVP after running a 4.50 shuttle, jumping 8'2 on the broad and excelling during the 1 on 1's.
Trevor Douglass
Redlands East Valley HS, CA
10th
Douglass sat atop the throne as the Combine King. The athletically gifted 5'7 166 lb safety had a 30.5 inch vertical, 9'1 broad jump, ran a 4.65 40 and 4.68 shuttle.
Jonathan Jerozal
Canyon HS, CA
10th
QB #53
Jerozal put the ball everywhere it needed to be en route to winning the QB MVP. At 5'10.5 173, Jerozal had an 8'1 broad jump, ran a 4.55 shuttle, had world class footwork and the attitude of a champion. There is definitely a lot to like here.
Adam Sanchez
Bishop Amat HS, CA
10th
WR #4
Sanchez, 5'7 163, claimed the WR MVP after an impressive outing. He had a 30 inch vertical, 8'5 broad jump, ran a 4.59 shuttle, 4.60 40, bench pressed 155 lbs 19 times, put together nice routes and caught the ball like a pro.
Dwayne Washington
Gahr HS, CA
10th
WR #7
With all due respect to the former NBA player, this Dwayne Washington looks to be a pearl on the gridiron. The 6'0.5 183 lb Washington ran an outstanding 4.40 40 (earning him the Fastest Man award) along with a 32 inch vertical and 9'6 broad jump.
Corbin McCarthy
Norco HS, CA
10th
S #96
McCarthy was the Strongest Man award winner. The powerfully built 5'9 183 lb safety bench pressed 155 lbs an outstanding 40 times while running a 4.59 40.
Logan Scott
Chaminade Prep, CA
10th
QB #75
Scott was what coaches refer to as all of the above. The 6'0 163 lb QB could play the game, was athletic and had the attitude of a champion, earning him the Leadership award.
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