Jordan Scarlett, 2015 RB, St. Thomas Aquinas
Scarlett is already a well known commodity in the recruiting world and he did nothing to disappoint on Sunday. Blessed with prototype size, he showed the burst and more importantly vision in drill work and during competitions. The FAU commitment is one of the nations best and will be pursued until signing day.
Mark Walton, 2016 RB, Booker T. Washington
The Miami commitment was trying to re-classify to the 2015 class, but it appears as if South Florida football fans will have an opportunity to watch this dynamic athlete for another two years. Walton continues to add size and has all the physical tools to be special. He should get more opportunity to shine in pads next year.
Sam Bruce, 2016 WR, St. Thomas Aquinas
Bruce's game is made for the camp circuit as he is impossible to cover in space and will catch everything thrown his way. What Bruce lacks in height, he makes up for with crisp routes and a competitive desire to win every rep. He will liklely end up in the slot at the next level and should be more than ready from day one.
Calvin Ridley, 2015 WR/CB, Coconut Creek Monarch
Ridley's stock can't get much higher, but he cemented that status with another performance that has it's share of elite plays. He makes everything look easy and physically is a loose athlete with speed and acceleration. While he worked at WR on Sunday, he might have even more upside as a potential CB. His length (6-foot-0 plus) and tools scream first rounder.
Dionte Mullins, 2016 WR, Gulliver
Another prospect with a couple of years remaining, Mullins made 3-4 catches that were sensational and has the frame to add considerable weight down the road. Mullins does all the little things at a high level and we were impressed with competitiveness.
Da'vante Phillips, 2015 WR, Miami Central
Phillips is a veteran of these type of events as he has been on the radar since being a freshmen stand-out at Miami Central. He continues to add weight, get stronger, and add elements to his game. Phillips is tremendous out of his breaks and seemingly creates separation at will. He will go up and get the football as well as work the middle of the field. The one-time UF verbal is taking things slowly on the recruiting trail.
Leeward Brown, 2015 OL, Miramar
Brown has slimmed down from season and it showed with improved footwork. He has great punch at the line of scrimmage and stoned several defenders in 1on1's. The Miami commitment will line up inside, likely at guard, at the next level and has that type of wide body that carry plenty of weight down the road. Most importantly he was playing with confidence and a mean streak.
Christian Strachan, 2015 OL, Chaminade
The top offensive tackle in attendance, Strachen flashed the type of feet, bend, and length that colleges are looking for with their tackles. He has some work to do in the technique department, but it was also easy to see that he has improved significantly over the past year. We would look for him to have a big Spring.
Jamie Newberg and Chad Simmons contributed to this.
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