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U100 West - Top Performers - Day 2: Class of 2014
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| Marcus McMaryion |
Dinuba HS, CA, QB, 6-1, 167, Overall MVP
McMaryion is an athletic signal caller with very good accuracy. He ran a 4.82 40, 4.43 shuttle, and had a 29.5-inch vertical. He has a nice throwing motion and is very coachable. Just a strong day from start to finish. Look for him to make some noise of the Dinuba Varsity this fall.
| || Brandon Steele |
Kingsburg HS, CA, 6-3, 244, QB MVP
Kingsburg may have another major quarterback (Tyler Bray UT). Steele is huge for a quarterback and possesses a really strong arm. He could fit passes into really small windows with a flick of the wrist.
| || Sherrion Jones |
Rancho Verde HS, CA, 6-1-/2, 176, Dodie Donnell Award (2015)
This was a strong group of quarterbacks at this camp. Jones is athletic and could play several positions at the next level. He had a 29.5-inch vertical and a 9-0 BJ. He made his mark in the 7-on-7 tournament as a QB and a receiver. Just a real good football player for a rising sophomore.
| || Lawrence Dickens |
Steele Canyon HS, CA, RB, 5-7-1/2, 132, RB MVP
Dickens was one of the quickest competitor sin the camp. He ran a 4.58 40, 4.45 shuttle, and had a 33-inch vertical. He may not be big but you can't tackle what you can't catch. Very soft hands out of the backfield.
| Trae Riek |
Palm Desert HS, CA, RB, 5-10, 173, Strongest Man Skill
Riek put up some really solid testing numbers. He benched 155-poounds 31 times and had a 30.5-inch vertical. He also had a 4.31 shuttle and an 8-11 BJ. He is a well put together tailback that has his best years still ahead of him.
| || Stephen Robinson |
Lincoln HS, CA, WR, 5-9-1/2, 172, WR MVP
Robinson is a well-built slot receiver. He ran a solid 4.77 40, 4.4 shuttle, and had a 29-inch vertical. He also benched 155-pounds 19 times. He ran sharp routes and flashed soft hands. He could find the hole in the defense.
| Jonah Trinnaman |
American Fork HS, UT, WR, 5-10, 172, Fastest Man & Combine King
This slot receiver put up some sick testing numbers. For starters he ran a 4.42 40. He also had a 35-inch vertical and a 10-0 BJ. This is one athletic athlete that can go deep consistently using his speed and hops to make plays.
| Tyler Elam |
Centennial HS, AZ, OL, 5-11-1/2, 277, OL MVP
Elam had an excellent day during the one-on-one lineman challenge. He was able to use his pad level and strength to his advantage to abate pass rushers. He also had really nice hand placement.
| Matthew Preston |
Diamond ranch HS, CA, LB, 6-2, 186, LB MVP
Preston has very good length and excellent lateral movement for a linebacker. He had a 4.47 shuttle and a 25-inch vertical. He was not afraid to get physical at the line of scrimmage with the running backs.
| Noor Shongolo |
Adams City HS, CO, S, 5-11-1/2, 172, DB MVP
Shongolo is very fast and explosive for a safety. He can cover some serious ground to make plays on the ball. He ran a 4.65 40 and had a 36.5-inch vertical. He also had an impressive 9-10 BJ.
| Grant Thompson |
Highland HS, AZ, DL, 6-2-1.2, 190, DL MVP
Thompson has a great frame and may even be athletic enough to play linebacker. He ran a 4.78 40 and had a 25-inch vertical. He used his quick get off to beat lineman around the edge during the one-on-ones.
| Noah Castillo|
Adams City HS, CO, DL, 6-0, 339, Strongest Man Line
Castillo is a mammoth sized nose tackle. He was also the strongest lineman in the camp benching 185-pounds 23 times. His size and strength presented problems with the offensive lineman he faced.