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Phoenix AZ -- Top 7th, 8th, 9th Performers

Phoenix AZ -- Top 7th, 8th, 9th Performers
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Phoenix AZ -- Top 7th, 8th, 9th Performers

Courtesy: National Underclassmen Football Combine Staff
Release: February 21, 2012

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Kamron Johnson

Class of 2015

69.5/179

Marcos de Niza/AZ

RB

Kamron Johnson was the Overall MVP for the 7th/8th/9th group, impressing coaches with his hands and smooth release out of the backfield. Johnson recorded an excellent vertical at 27.5, tops for his age group.

Jalen Johnson

Class of 2015

66.5/142.6

Westview/AZ

RB

Jalen Johnson was one of the biggest winners at the camp, taking home a total of three awards - Combine King, Fastest Man and RB MVP. He registered a 4.87 in the 40 and a 4.66 shuttle. He also impressed with his strength, with 19 reps of 135 on the bench. Johnson's quick feet, solid routes and acceleration were impressive.

Nazareth Greer

Class of 2017

67.5/134.4

Cactus Canyon Junior High/AZ

QB

Greer, though just a 7th grader, stood tall, winning the QB MVP. His solid mechanics and consistency were a revelation for an athlete his age.

Philip Tafoya

Class of 2015

71.5/214.6

Desert Ridge/AZ

DL

Tafoya won the DL MVP, based on his quickness, aggressiveness and strength. If Tafoya can develop a solid pass rush move and work on his hands, he can become a solid prospect.

Kellen Moore

Class of 2015

67/158.6

Red Mountain/AZ

CB

Moore was named DB MVP, as he made countless plays on the ball. Though just a freshman, he's well conditioned, has great hips and drives on the ball well. Must work on aggression and backpedal.

Johnny Bernal

Class of 2015

66.5/151.6

Marcos de Niza/AZ

WR

Bernal, with his explosiveness and excellent route running, won the WR MVP. While he needs to improve his speed, his excellent feet and work ethic could propel him in the sport.

John Rincon

Class of 2016

68/163.8

Wigwam Creek/AZ

LB

Rincon, the LB MVP, registered a 7-10 broad and a 4.49 shuttle at the combine. He made great breaks on the ball, displayed good coverage and overall showed a ton of potential.

Tyler Trebilcock

Class of 2017

60.5/88.6

Tortilita Middle/AZ

RB

Trebilcock took home honors as the best 7th grader at the Phoenix event, impressing coaches with his feet and work ethic.

Robert Acosta

Class of 2015

73.5/163.4

Marcos de Niza/AZ

OL

Acosta, the OL MVP, rounds out the award winners. He displayed excellent feet, great hand position and physical play.

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