Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Phoenix, AZ -- Top Junior Performers

Phoenix, AZ -- Top Junior Performers
Photo by: National Underclassmen Football Combine

Phoenix, AZ -- Top Junior Performers

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

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Paul Elvira

Class of 2013

71.5/176.8

Marcos de Niza/AZ

WR

Elvira, the Overall MVP and WR MVP, was one of the most impressive players all weekend. Though he already has 12 D1 schools interested in him, he has yet to receive an offer. That is bound to change soon after this performance. Elvira registered a 30-inch vertical, 4.51 shuttle, 8-8 broad and 4.66 40. He also displayed excellent separation ability, great routes and good hands.

Jon Everett

Class of 2013

71.5/194.8

Valley Vista/AZ

ATH

Everett won the Combine King award, and with good reason. He clocked in at 4.55 in the 40, repped 185 17 times, registered a 35.5 inch vertical and a 9-11 broad.

Allen Thigpen

Class of 2013

73.5/199.6

Hamilton/AZ

QB

Thigpen garnered QB MVP honors, with his sound mechanics, consistent throws and excellent deep ball. While he has great potential, he needs to be more consistent with his hips.

Dalton Kirk

Class of 2013

72.5/229

Red Mountain/AZ

LB

Kirk, the LB MVP, had a 32 inch vertical and 4.50 shuttle. He's a very smart linebacker and a good communicator. Kirk is a natural talent at the position.

Aaron Simons

Class of 2013

74/256

Corona del Sol/AZ

OL

The OL MVP, Simons had excellent feet and great hand position, but most of all, he's tough!

Eli Bealey

Class of 2013

67.5/175

Peoria/AZ

RB

Bealey was an impressive athlete in taking home RB MVP honors. He registered an 8-8 broad, 4.41 shuttle, 32 inch vertical and a 4.56 40. His athleticism, paired with his playmaking ability makes him a great running back prospect.

Austin Trebilcock

Class of 2013

70.5/195

Mountain View/AZ

LB

Trebilcock was honored as the Leadership winner, to go along with Strongest Man. He benched 185 20 times, had a 30 inch vertical, 8-10 broad and 4.41 shuttle, impressive numbers.

Faasaugai Tinoisamoa

Class of 2013

73.5/251.4

Dysart/AZ

DL

The DL MVP, Tinoisamoa has a great blend of speed, strength and power, which he relies on in the trenches. He's great off the ball and has good hands, too.

Tristan DaCosta

Class of 2013

66/134

Higley/AZ

WR

DaCosta won the WR MVP award, one of the best athletes at the camp. He registered a 33.5 vertical, 9-2 broad, 4.58 40 time and 4.27 shuttle, but must improve strength.

Rikiya Bain

Class of 2013

63.5/140

Raymond S. Kellis/AZ

RB

Bain was named the Fastest Man, with a scorching time of 4.52 in the 40-yard-dash. He also had a 33.5 vertical and a 9-3 broad, but size is an issue at just 5-foot-2 and change.

Damian Otero

Class of 2013

70/158

Bradshaw Mountain/AZ

CB

Otero, the DB MVP, was excellent in bump and run coverage. He has great hips, plays the ball well, and plays faster than his 4.79 40 time indicates.

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