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U100 West - Top Performers - Day 2: Class of 2014

U100 West - Top Performers - Day 2: Class of 2014

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U100 West - Top Performers - Day 2: Class of 2014

Courtesy: Barry Every / National Underclassmen Combine
          Release: July 17, 2012
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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.
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