The Opening 2014 – The Official Roster

By Todd Huber | June 23, 2014
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The fourth edition of the nation’s top high school football event, The Opening will go down July 5th through the 10th at Nike World Headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon.

Here’s the alphabetical list of the 162 most outstanding football players from across the country who will participate in this year’s The Opening, which will feature the nation’s most elite prospects participating in linemen, 7-on-7 and SPARQ testing competitions…

The Opening Team-by-Team Rosters

2014 Elite 11 Finalists

Athletes are listed in alphabetical order.

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DB Deontay Anderson (2016) (@DTRAIN__  ), 6-1, 192
Manvel (Texas)

The super sophomore took home DB MVP Honors in a loaded group at the Houston NFTC. Shortly after the NFTC, Anderson blew up and now holds offers from Texas A&M, LSU, UCLA and Alabama. Anderson is the No. 25 player in the Class of 2016 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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RB Saquon Barkley (@saquonb21), 6-0, 205
Whitehall (Pennsylvania)

The Penn State commit took home running back MVP honors at the NJ NFTC after posting an impressive 96.78 SPARQ Rating and dominating position drills. A true competitor, Barkley ran for 1,506 yards and 23 TD's with another 355 yards receiving as a junior. Barkley is currently ranked as the No. 19 running back in the country in the 247 Composite Rankings.
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QB Blake Barnett (@BlakeBarnett_8), 6-4, 190
Corona (California) Santiago

Alabama verbal took home the first invite to the 2014 edition of The Opening at the Elite 11 Regional in Los Angeles in January. Barnett had a huge junior year throwing for 2,332 yards and 28 TD's with another 695 yards and 13 TD's on the ground.
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DL Michael Barnett (@jermainejr77 ), 6-5, 243
Woodland (South Carolina)

The big defensive end committed to reigning champs Florida State over offers from all over the country. Ranked by 247 Sports as the No. 270 overall prospect in 2015, Barnett had 96 tackles, including 33 for a loss as a junior.
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DL Terry Beckner, 6-4, 290
East St. Louis (Illinois)

The talented defensive tackle has been on the radar since a standout showing at the 2013 Chicago Nike Camp, and took that momentum into his junior season, where he had 99 tackles and 8 sacks. Considered a 5-star recruit, Beckner is ranked as the No. 22 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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DB Calvin Brewton (@Calvin_Brewton), 6-0, 175
Miami Central (Florida)

Brewton had 35 tackles from his safety spot last year and has committed to Florida State over other programs in the Big 12, Big Ten and SEC. He attended Nike Combines the last two years and his second Miami NFTC paid off with an invite to The Opening. Brewton is rated as the No. 15 safety in the country by 247 Sports.
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WR Cordell Broadus (@C_Broadus21 ), 6-2, 185
Bishop Gorman (Nevada)

The big wideout had 685 yards receiving and 8 TD's as a junior at Diamond Bar High School before transferring to national power Bishop Gorman (Nev.) this spring. Broadus showed the ability to highpoint the ball and snatch it out of the air at the loaded Los Angeles NFTC and has offers that include current favorites USC, UCLA, Oregon State, Florida State and Notre Dame. Broadus is considered the nation's No. 11 wide receiver and No. 104 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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RB Nick Brossette (@NBrossette ), 5-11.5, 211
University Lab (Louisiana)

Brossette will enter his senior season at University Lab with Louisiana's career rushing touchdown record (132) already under his belt. A standout since 8th grade, Brossette will look to best a junior season where he rushed for 2,188 yards and 37 touchdowns for a state finalist University Lab squad. The LSU commit is the nation's No.6 running back and No. 81 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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DL Austin Bryant (‪@AustinPowers_7 ), 6-4, 246
Thomas County Central (Georgia)

Bryant became the 4th DL invited to The Opening from the loaded Atlanta Nike camp. A rangy strong side defensive end prospect, Bryant impressed against the nation's top offensive tackles in Atlanta. Despite his 6-4 frame, Bryant showed an ability to bend the edge and get to the quarterback. Bryant is ranked as the nation's No. 140 overall prospect.
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OL Quarvez Boulware (@truth__55), 6-3, 281
Friendship Collegiate (D.C.)

The talented guard prospect shined two straight years at the DC NFTC, showing off the athleticism and tenacity that have made him a monster on both sides of the ball for Friendship Collegiate. Boulware is considered the nation's No. 267 overall prospect (No. 15 guard) and has offers from Penn State, Maryland and Penn State among many.
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QB Ross Bowers (@R_Bowers12 ), 6-2, 180
Bothell (Washington)

The nation's No. 38 pro-style QB (according to 247 Sports) shined at the Oakland Elite 11, opening the eyes of the Elite 11 staff and coaches across the country. An MVP performance at the Oregon NFTC sealed his invite to the Elite 11 Finals and The Opening. Bowers has offers from Colorado State, Colorado and Wake Forest.
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DB Kris Boyd (@kris23db), 6-0, 180
Gilmer (Texas)

The two-way athlete shined in a loaded group of DB's at the Houston NFTC. The nation's No. 15 corner (No. 125 overall) in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings, Boyd had 1,191 yards and 19 TD's rushing to go along with 4 TD's receiving as a junior. Boyd has offers that include current favorites Florida State, Texas A&M and Texas.
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QB Ryan Brand (@RBrand16 ), 5-10, 190
U-D Jesuit (Michigan)

Brand came from completely off-the-radar to land the 17th spot in the Elite 11 Finals after MVP-like performances at the Chicago, D.C. and Columbus Elite 11 Regionals. On the shorter side, Brand made up for it by dominating the competition and is coming off an 1,871 yards passing and 832 yards rushing season as a junior. Brand is currently sitting on offers from Air Force and Indiana State.
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DB Frank Buncom (@BeastNamedFrank), 6-2, 190
St. Augustine (California)

The big physical corner is the second San Diego County DB to head to Nike HQ, following LA NFTC DB MVP Dechaun Holiday. Buncom does it all for St. Augustine, recording 91 tackles from all over the field to go along with 2 INT's and 21 receptions for 261 yards and 21 TD's. Buncom is considered the nation's No. 16 corner in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings and has offers from Stanford, Tennessee, UCLA, Cal and Tennessee.
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ATH Shawn Burgess-Becker (@shawn_burgess2), 6-1, 190
Monarch (Florida)

The two-way star caught 20 balls for 518 yards and 9 TD's, while racking up 71 tackles and 5 INT's in the secondary. The Alabama commit was a Class 8A Selection as a junior and is ranked as the No. 6 athlete and No. 90 overall player in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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OL Matt Burrell (@__Triumphant), 6-4, 305
Hylton (Virginia)

The OL MVP absolutely dominated the DC NFTC, showing why he’s considered the No. 5 tackle and No. 61 overall prospect in the 2015 class. Taking on some of the nation’s best interior DL, he showed off an improved physique and the sort of tenacity that’s evident on his junior tape. The big guard has offers from all over, including favorites Alabama, Ohio State, Florida, Florida State, and Notre Dame.
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WR John Burt (@burticus21 ), 6-3, 179
Tallahassee Lincoln (Florida)

Burt's combination of size and speed has made him one of the nation's most coveted recruits. Coming into the Miami NFTC off a 2nd Team All-State season, Burt ran a 4.59 40 and jumped 34 inches on the way to a 99.96 SPARQ Rating. Burt caught 37 balls for 713 yards and 9 TD's as a junior at Lincoln, and is considered the nation's No. 12 wide receiver prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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WR Lawrence Cager (@NextLevel_Larry), 6-5, 200
Calvert Hall (Maryland)

Cager may have improved his stock as much as anyone at the NJ NFTC. A three-star recruit, Cager missed most of last season with a concussion, but showed off elite skills to go with a 6-5 frame that gave some of the nation’s top defensive backs fits. Despite his injuries, Cagers has received offers from Rutgers, Maryland and Wake Forest. That offer list should be increasing shortly.
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WR Deon Cain (@ImOnMyWay_5), 6-2, 190
Tampa Bay Tech (Florida)

Clemson commit was a standout in a stacked group of wide receivers at the Orlando NFTC. The 6-2, 190 lber put down a blazing 4.58 40, before going out and impressing coaches on the field. Cain is ranked as the No. 7 wide receiver and No. 66 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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WR George Campbell (@GeorgeCampbell0), 6-3.5, 187
East Lake (Florida)

Campbell is a tall receiver who measured in at 6-foot-3.5, 185 pounds last year and ran a 4.36 in the 40 at The Opening. The rare two-time attendee is a standout on both sides of the ball: he caught 31 passes for 769 yards and seven TDs at receiver and recorded 29 tackles and eight sacks as a defensive back. The nation's No. 25 overall recruit has an offer list that includes Michigan, Notre Dame, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Mississippi State, Ohio State, Louisville and West Virginia.
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LB Cecil Cherry (@cecil_cherry3), 6-0, 225
Frostproof (Florida)

Cherry put down a big day in drills to lock down a ticket to The Opening at the Orlando NFTC. Cherry has committed to Tennessee and was a Class 3A All-State pick as a junior when he recorded 118 tackles. 247 Sports has him as the No. 14 inside linebacker in their Composite Rankings.
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DB Tyrek Cole (@Cole_island), 5-11, 165
Miramar (Florida)

Cole was a Student Sports Junior All-American last season and Class 8A All-state selection after he made 26 tackles with 22 passes deflected and an interception. He had over 20 offers but committed to Florida State over two dozen other top programs. Cole is considered the No. 6 corner in the country in 247 Sports' Composite Rankings.
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LB Te'Von Coney (@TevonConey), 6-3, 220
Palm Beach Gardens (Florida)

Coney had a huge year on the field in 2013 recording 172 tackles with six forced fumbles and two INTs. He was a 2nd Team All-State pick at the Class 8A level and has offers from major schools in the ACC, Big Ten and SEC. He’s rated as the No. 11 ILB in the country by 247 Sports.
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TE C.J. Conrad (@cjconrad1 ), 6-4.5, 230
LaGrange-Keystone (Ohio)

The jumbo athlete took home WR/TE MVP honors at the Columbus NFTC, following up on his 89.31 SPARQ Rating earlier in the year at the Massillon Nike Combine. A true threat in both the running and passing game, Conrad had 47 receptions for 579 yards and 7 TD's last fall and is headed to Kentucky to play his college ball.
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OL Lester Cotton (‪@BIGGLEZZ_76), 6-3, 325
Tuscaloosa Central (Alabama)

Cotton is rated as the No. 3 guard in the Class of 2015 by 247 Sports and the No. 55 rated player overall. He committed to Alabama over offers from Auburn, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and USC. The big lineman was a Class 5A Honorable Mention All-State pick as a junior.
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DB Shaun Crawford (@Crawf_4), 5-9, 170
St. Edward (Ohio)

Crawford became the 3rd invite to the 2014 edition of The Opening after laying down a 113.55 at the Massillon Nike Combine. The lock down corner ran a 4.5 40', 4.03 shuttle, and jumped over 36 inches. The Notre Dame commit also uses that athleticism on offense for St. Edward, where he had 808 yards rushing and 258 yards receiving as a junior.
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RB Jordan Cronkrite (@JC_Knows ), 5-11, 199
Westminster Christian (Florida)

Cronkrite came into the Miami NFTC off a 1,343 yard and 15 TD season as a junior at Westminster Christian. Another big, bruising back, the Miami verbal commit was an All-State and All-Dade County selection as a junior and is ranked as the No. 21 athlete in the Class of 2015 by 247 Sports.
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DL Jashon Cornell (@Jay_Rock16 ), 6-2.5, 265
Cretin-Derham Hall (Minnesota)

Cornell made the trip out to Columbus to prove his performance at the Chicago NFTC was a fluke, and did just that, taking home DL MVP honors and a ticket to The Opening. A standout at the NFTC's as a sophomore, Cornell had 61 tackles and 19 TFL as a junior, earning offers from all over the country and the No. 37 ranking in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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DL Byron Cowart (@byronhawkstar99), 6-3, 254
Armwood (Florida)

Cowart was a unanimous DL MVP choice and an easy selection for The Opening. Rated as the No. 2 strong-side defensive end in the nation by 247 Sports and the No. 14 overall prospect, Cowart had over 25 offers from around the nation including early favorites such as Florida, Alabama, Auburn and Oregon. Last season he had 72 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, 13 sacks and two fumbles returned for scores.
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DB Montrell Custis (@Savage_Custis ), 6-1, 173
Lovejoy (Georgia)

The rangy Alabama commit shined at the Atlanta NFTC after a strong junior season where he had 67 tackles, 4 interceptions and 25 passes broken up. Custis is ranked by 247 Sports as the No. 47 corner and No. 600 overall prospect.
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QB Sam Darnold, 6-4, 209
San Clemente (California)

Noone's stock rose faster this spring than Darnold. A relative unknown in January due to an ankle injury as a junior, it seems as though Darnold is picking up a new offer every day. Darnold capped a big week that saw him earn offers from Tennessee, Duke and San Diego State by earning an Elite 11 Finals invite at the Oakland Regional and has since picked up an offer from Oregon.
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TE Jordan Davis (@_jdavis15), 6-4.5, 200
Clear Lake (Texas)

Davis took home the first The Opening invite for a tight end at the Houston NFTC. He caught 39 passes for 578 yards and five scores as a junior and is rated by 247 Sports as the No. 6 Tight End prospect in the Class of 2015. He has committed to Texas A&M over offers from programs such as Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma and Texas.
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WR Derrick Dillon (@DerrickDillon4 ), 6-0, 174
Pine (Louisiana)

The high school quarterback will make the transition to wide receiver at The Opening, the position he'll likely play under Coach Muschamp at Florida. As a junior, the nation's No. 11 athlete threw for 791 yards and 7 TD's to go with nearly 2,000 yards and 26 TD's on the ground.
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DB Justin Dunning (@JD3ThaTruth), 6-3, 200
Whitehouse (Texas)

Dunning is a rangy safety who has committed to Texas A&M over offers from Arizona State, Baylor, Florida State and LSU. Despite missing his junior season with an ACL tear, he is ranked as the No. 9 safety in the Class of 2015 by 247Sports.com.
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WR Jovon Durante (@_field_general), 5-11, 146
Miami Norland (Florida)

The speedy wideout is a threat to take it to the house every time he gets his hands on the ball. In fact, Durante found pay dirt on 17 of his 21 catches as a junior. Durante wound up with 21 receptions for 600 yards, while adding 193 yards rushing and an INT on defense. The West Virginia commit is the nation's No. 13 wide receiver and No. 127 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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OL Chuma Edoga (@edogawd), 6-3.5, 277
McEachern (Georgia)

Edoga had possibly the top OL performance at a Nike Camp in years at the Atlanta NFTC and was the unquestioned MVP in a great group. Edoga started off the day with a 99.48 SPARQ Rating, anchored by a 4.86 40 and 4.46 shuttle at 277 pounds. Edoga is listed as the No. 3 tackle and No. 15 overall prospect in the 247 Composite Rankings,
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WR Deondre Farrier (@DeondreF3), 6-0, 179
Lake Nona (Florida)

Farrier caught 55 passes for over 900 yards and seven scores last season and was named a Class 7A 3rd Team All-State pick. The 3-star prospect has offers from Florida, Kentucky, USC and Cincinnati.
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DLBreiden Fehoko (@Bfehoko1 ), 6-2, 285
Farrington (Hawaii)

Fehoko recorded 103 tackles in 2013 and an eye-opening 24.5 sacks to earn All-State honors. He has committed to Texas Tech despite offers from two dozen major programs ranging from Alabama to Wisconsin. The Hawaii standout is rated as the No. 8 defensive tackle in the Class of 2015 by 247 Sports.
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DB Mark Fields (@JussMe_MF), 5-10, 181
Hough (North Carolina)

The 5-foot-10, 181 pounder locked up his invite on his home field, clocking a 4.50 40, 4.22 shuttle and posting a 38-inch vertical jump on the way to a 113.52 rating, third-best at the Charlotte Nike Combine. Fields is the No. 111 overall prospect in the 247Sports’ composite.
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DB Minkah Fitzpatrick (@minkfitz_21), 6-1, 188
St. Peter's Prep (New Jersey)

Fitzpatrick is no stranger to Nike World Headquarters, as The Opening Alum earned a second straight trip after dominating wide receivers with increased strength, speed and football intelligence at the NJ NFTC. Alabama is getting a star in the No. 4 corner and No. 32 overall prospect in the 247 Composite Rankings.
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QB Deondre Francois (@Deondre_3), 6-3, 211
IMG Academy (Florida)

Francois locked down his Elite 11 and The Opening invite after two solid performances at the Orlando Elite 11 and Nike Camp. He passed for 1,373 yards with 18 TDs as a junior and with a strong arm and good field vision has offers from schools such as Louisville, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Miami, Nebraska, Ohio State, South Florida, Tennessee and Wake Forest.
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DL Neville Gallimore (@Path2Greatwork), 6-2, 311
Canada Prep Football Academy (Ontario)

Gallimore became the first international player to be selected to The Opening after a standout performance at the Columbus NFTC, that saw him immediately earn a Florida State offer and debut in the 247 Sports ratings at No. 203 overall (No. 18 DT). The talented 300-lber plays his ball at Canada Prep Football Academy, which plays a full schedule against top U.S. competition.
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DL Rashan Gary (2016), 6-4, 280
Paramus Catholic (New Jersey)

Gary's MVP performance at the New Jersey NFTC earned him the first underclassmen linemen spot in 2 years. One of just three total underclassmen, Gary wow'd from the get-go in New Jersey, running a 4.94 40' at 280 pounds and then showing an unmatched work-ethic in a dominating on-field performance. Gary is the No. 1 DT, No. 4 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Class of 2016 Composite Rankings.
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ATH Torrance Gibson (@quick_tg6), 6-4, 204
American Heritage (Florida)

Rated by 247 Sports as the No. 16 overall prospect in the nation and top athlete, Gibson threw for 1,864 yards as a junior with 19 TDs and only three interceptions and rushed for 1,032 yards (almost 10 yards per carry) with 10 more scores. Uncommitted, the lanky QB has almost two dozen offers including all the in-state schools along with Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, Ohio State, Oklahoma and many more.
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WR Terry Godwin (@Tyrome4), 6-0, 168
Callaway (Georgia)

Godwin will stay in-state to play for Georgia in the SEC. The No 2 rated Athlete in the class by 247 Sports, he’s also listed as the No. 18 overall prospect and won Wide Receiver MVP honors at the Atlanta Nike Camp.
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TE Will Gragg (@W_Gragg7 ), 6-4, 249
Pine Bluff (Arkansas)

The big tight end impressed at the Dallas Nike Camp, showing the size and speed that will make him a match up nightmare at the next level. Rated as the nation's No. 7 tight-end (No. 163 overall) in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings, Gragg has offers from around the country, including Alabama, home-state Arksansas, Auburn, Baylor, Florida State and Georgia.
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OL Noah Green (@CapnOf_TheArk), 6-4.5, 283
Boiling Springs (South Carolina)

Green, a Clemson commit, locked up the 1st OL invite of 2014 by finishing with the Charlotte Nike Combine's sixth-best rating at 106.77. The 6-foot-4 1/2, 283 pounder posted the highest rating of any tested offensive lineman in the nation last year as a rising junior at 104.79.
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DL Rasheem Green (@ras_green), 6-4, 289
Serra (California)

Green laid down an absolutely freaky 113.04 SPARQ Rating at the LA NFTC. Green emerged as a national prospect as a rising junior after big performances at the LA Nike Combine and Nike Camp, and was even better as a rising senior. The 6-4, 289 lb. defensive linemen had 14 sacks as a junior and is considered a 5-star prospect and #13 overall player in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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DB Tyler Green (@Ty_Road2Riches), 6-2.5, 186
DeMatha (Maryland)

The big safety (6-3, 200) makes a habit of giving wide receivers alligators arms. With playing time limited behind a stacked secondary at DeMatha; Ohio State is looking very smart for pulling the trigger with an early offer that landed Green's verbal commitment.
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RB Taj Griffin (@TG__7), 5-10.5, 175
McEachern (Georgia)

Griffin opened eyes last year when he ran a 4.43 in the 40 and jumped 40 inches in the vertical at the Atlanta Nike Combine. He is ranked as the No. 1 All-Purpose Back by 247 Sports and the No. 49 rated prospect in the 2015 class after he rushed for 1,253 yards and 13 scores as a junior. He received over 20 offers before committing to play at the University of Oregon.
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LB Porter Gustin (@portgus15 ), 6-5, 235
Salem Hills (Utah)

Gustin came out of nowhere this spring, at one point picking up 20 offers in a two-week time frame. A jumbo athlete, Gustin plays QB and LB for Salem Hills, but could end up at a variety of positions at the next level. The No. 8 OLB (No. 83 overall) in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings shined at the Utah Nike Combine after a 78 tackle junior season, and has offers from all over the country, including Florida State, Ohio State, USC, UCLA and Notre Dame.
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RB Damien Harris (@Damien_D1Harris ), 5-10, 202
Madison Southern (Kentucky)

247 Sports' No. 1 RB put up video game numbers last fall, rushing for 2,621 yards and 45 TD's to earn All-State and All-American honors. Harris has offers from all over the country, including favorites Ohio State, Michigan, Kentucky, Alabama and Florida.
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TE Jackson Harris (@jharris_9 ), 6-6, 250
Columbia Central (Tennessee)

The Georgia commit is a true tight end at 6-6, 250 with the ability to catch the ball and make a difference as a blocker in the run game. Even at 250, Harris ran a 4.85 40 at the Atlanta NFTC and showed the ability to be a match-up night mare for the defense. Harris is considered the No. 9 TE and No. 219 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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RB JaMycal Hasty (@TheJaMycalHasty ), 5-8, 185
Longview (Texas)

Hasty showed why he's considered a straight burner at the Dallas Nike Cam when he ran a 4.49 40' and 4.00 shuttle in less than ideal conditions. Hasty used that speed on the gridiron last fall to run for 1,420 yards and 13 TD's with another 255 yards and 3 TD's receiving. Hasty committed to Baylor over offers from across the Big-12 and is considered the No. 8 running back (No. 232 overall) in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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OL Tommy Hatton (@Thatkidhatton), 6-2, 280
St. Joseph Regional (New Jersey)

Hatton came out to the NJ NFTC looking to prove he was underrated, and did just that. With most schools recruiting his at center, Hatton slid down and looked like a natural at the position. A consummate competitor, Hatton took rep after rep and was untouched until he split with 2016 blue-chipper and DL MVP Rashan Gary in the Final 5 competition. 247 Sports has him as a four-star prospect and the No. 5 center prospect in the country. Hatton will play his college ball at the University of North Carolina.
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QB Ben Hicks (@8Hicks), 6-2, 192
Midway (Texas)

Strong Columbus and Dallas Elite 11 Regionals propelled Hicks into the Elite 11 Finals and The Opening. The Houston commit is coming off a huge junior season where he threw for 3,741 yard and 36 TD's with just 6 INT's.
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DB Holton Hill (@Hollywood__5), 6-2, 180
Houston Lamar (Texas)

Hill becomes the third Lamar DB in just two years to make it to The Opening, following in the footsteps of John Bonney and John Plattenburg. The nation's No. 20 corner (No. 177 overall) has offers from around the country, including favorites Texas and Texas A&M.
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WR K.J. Hill (@KayJayHill), 6-1, 190
North Little Rock (Arkansas)

Hill continues the tradition of North Little Rock athletes in The Opening. The school has been represented in every Opening, and Hill might be the school's most dynamic athlete to date. K.J. is coming off a season where he caught 83 balls for 1,210 yards and 20 TD's with another 230 yards on the ground and 4 touchdowns in the return game. Hill is the No. 24 receiver the 247 Composite Rankings and has offers that include favorite Arkansas, Auburn, Alabama and Oklahoma State.
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LB Justin Hilliard (@JHilliard47 ), 6-0.5, 225
St. Xavier (Ohio)

The outside linebacker prospect wowed at the Ohio State NFTC, showing off the elite traits that have him ranked as the nation's No. 20 prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings. Hillard has offers from all over the country, including a top-five of Ohio State, Alabama, Notre Dame, Iowa and Michigan.
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OL Tristen Hoge (@HogeTristen ), 6-4.5, 291
Highland (Idaho)

The nation's No. 1 C (No. 91 overall) has been a standout two years in a row at the Oregon NFTC and locked down an invite to The opening after showing 5-position versatility and the ability to pick up things on the fly in Eugene. The All-State selection had 97 pancakes as a junior and is committed to Notre Dame.
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DB Dechaun Holiday (@DechaunCHoliday), 6-1.5, 192
Mission Hills (California)

Holiday emerged after taking home DB MVP honors in LA in a loaded group. Holiday was a Cal-Hi Sports All-State selection as a junior, and has offers from across the country, including UCLA, Oklahoma, Oregon and USC. Holiday is the #6 safety and #89 prospect nationally in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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WR DeSean Holmes (@Deseanholmes13 ), 5-10, 155
Alemany (California)

The 2013 CalHiSports.com All-State selection caught 62 balls for 1,219 yards and 7 touchdowns as a junior, attracting offers from UCLA, USC, Cal, Oklahoma and Washington. The 6-10, 155 pounder showed off blazing speed at the L.A> NFTC, running a 4.58 40 to go along with a 4.22 shuttle.
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LB John Houston Jr. (@Official_John10), 6-3, 211
Serra (California)

After nearly locking down an invite as an underclassmen, Houston left no doubt as a junior. The 6-3, 211 pounder has an unmatched frame for a high school 'backer and showed elite feet covering receivers in space. Houston showed he's the total package at the LA NFTC.
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LB Ben Humphreys (@Ben_Humphreys3), 6-1.5, 202
Mater Dei (California)

Humphreys stood out in a loaded group of LA linebackers to bring home MVP Honors. Humphreys, who doubles as the Monarch's tight end, was a 2nd team All-State selection as a junior after an 80 tackle, and 550 yards receiving campaign. 247 Sports' No. 230 overall prospect has been offered by Cal, Washington, Duke, Miami and Wisconsin among others.
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OL Mitch Hyatt (@mhdrago75), 6-6, 275
North Gwinnett (Georgia)

The nations No. 2 offensive tackle and No. 7 overall prospect (according to the 247 Sports Compositie Rankings) has already committed to Clemson, and has some of the best junior tape of any prospect in the country. A two-sport athlete, Hyatt has the athleticism to thrive at left tackle at Clemson and will bring refined techniques with him to Nike HQ.
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WR Trent Irwin (@trenton_4 ), 6-2, 193
Hart (California)

Irwin caught 76 passes for 1,456 yards and 20 TDs as a junior and also had two interceptions as a defensive back. He earned CalHiSports.com Junior All-State honors and was also an L.A. Daily News All-Area pick. Trent has offers from Stanford (4.1 GPA) and Arizona State, his two early leaders, along with Cal, Colorado, Colorado State, Indiana, Penn State, SDSU, Vandy, Washington and Washington State. The SoCal junior is rated as the No. 16 receiver in his class by 247 Sports.
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OL Martez Ivey (@tezivey), 6-5.5, 268
Apopka (Florida)

Ivey is rated as the No. 6 overall prospect in the nation by 247 Sports and showed why at the Orlando NFTC. He’s still raw in pass pro (comes from run first offense), but was head and shoulders above where he was a year ago. He was a MaxPreps Junior All-American and a Class 8A All-State pick last season and has offers from several programs he likes including Florida, South Carolina, Alabama and Auburn.
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DB Donte-Jackson (@Donte3_ ), 5-11, 165
Riverdale (Louisiana)

The nation's No. 15 athlete (No. 189 overall) in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings was a 2013 LSWA Class 4A Honorable Mention All-State selection as a junior and has offers from around the country, including current favorites Georgia, Oregon and LSU.
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RB Soso Jamabo (@Soso_Jamabo1 ), 6-2, 207
Plano West (Texas)

The big running back pushed through an achilles injury to put down a 4.61 40 on his way to a 109.26 SPARQ Rating at the Dallas Nike Combine. A standout as a sophomore at the Dallas NFTC, Jamabo piled up offers from around the country, and is coming off a junior year where he shared carries, but rushed for 1,077 yards and 10 TD's, with another 225 yards receiving. Jamabo is considered the nation's No. 3 running back and No. 58 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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OL Andre James (@AndreJames75 ), 6-5, 271
Herriman (Utah)

The big right tackle impressed at the LA Nike Combine where he ran a 5.3 40, 4.85 shuttle and threw the power ball 45'. He followed that up with a standout LA Nike Camp. Even after earning an Opening invite, James participated in the Utah Nike Combine where his SPARQ Rating rose to a 95.82. James is ranked as the No. 19 tackle and No. 195 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings, and is down to a final six of Utah, Oregon, USC, UCLA, Oklahoma and Ohio State.
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S Derwin James (@derwinjames6), 6-3, 200
Haines City (Florida)

Florida State verbal is the fifth player to be invited to The Opening twice after locking down an invite at the 2014 Orlando Nike Combine. James carried the momentum from a huge showing at The Opening 2013 into a Class 7A All-State and Student Sports All-American season as a junior. James is the No. 1 safety and No. 11 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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LB Malik Jefferson (@Official_MalikJ), 6-2, 220
Poteet (Texas)

Jefferson recorded 93 tackles, 18 for loss with 14 sacks and three forced fumbles and was rewarded with MaxPreps Junior All-American status, Dallas Morning News All-Area and District 10-4A Defensive Player of the Year. He’s rated as the No. 1 Outside Linebacker by 247 Sports and the 10th rated overall prospect. Malik has two dozen offers including leaders such as Alabama, Texas A&M, Baylor, Ohio State and Oklahoma.
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WR Van Jefferson, 6-2, 175
Ravenwood (Tennessee)

Jefferson put up big numbers as a junior, catching 81 passes for 1,231 yards and 16 TDs to earn TSWA Class 6A All-State honors. Son of Tennessee Titans receiver coach Shawn Jefferson, Van has more than a dozen offers including ones from early favorites such as Clemson, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Penn State and Tennessee.
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QB De'Andre Johnson (@DredaDon14), 6-1, 190
First Coast (Florida)

Johnson brought home his Elite 11 and The Opening invite in Orlando. Johnson threw for over 3,000 yards as a junior with 31 TDs and only seven picks while also rushing for 300 yards and nine scores. A Class 8A All-State pick, he had over a dozen D-I offers before he verballed to Florida State.
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DB Jaquan Johnson (@AuthenticMade_Q), 5-10, 181
Miami Killian (Florida)

All-State selection was one of the few DB's that was able to lock down the elite group of wide receivers in Miami. A Class 8A All-State selection, Johnson is ranked as the No. 8 Safety and No. 166 overall player in the 247 Composite Rankings.
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WR Juwan Johnson (@TD4johnson), 6-4, 200
Glassboro (New Jersey)

Johnson led the way on a strong day for Penn State verbal commits at the NJ NFTC. The long 6-5 receiver took CB’s to task all day and went up to make some pretty spectacular catches at the Atlantic Health NY Jet’s Practice facility that might remind some of former Jets’ WR Keyshawn Johnson. Johnson had offers from all over before committing to Penn State, and is considered the country’s No. 17 receiver (No. 144 overall) in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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DB Stephen Johnson (@SJ_III ), 5-11, 188
San Leandro (California)

The blue-chip athlete has made his name as a high school quarterback, but showed elite DB skills at the Oakland NFTC. At 5-11, 188 Johnson ran a 4.41 40 to go along with a 4.18 shuttle on the way to a 111.81 SPARQ Rating. Johnson has offers from Oregon, UCLA, Cal, and Arizona State among others.
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WR Tyron Johnson (@_TBJ13), 6-1, 185
Warren Easton (Louisiana)

The 6-foot-1, 185 pound wideout is a big-framed, smooth glider in the mold of San Diego Charger's standout rookie Keenan Allen. The Warren Easton High product, who ran a 4.52 at the NOLA Nike Combine, is regarded as the top prospect in the state after earning Student Sports Junior All-American as well as Class 4A All-State honors with 1,300 yards and 20 TD’s receiving.
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TE Alize Jones (@TheRealHybrid8), 6-4, 230
Bishop Gorman (Nevada)

The nation's No. 1 tight-end had a big junior season for national-power Bishop Gorman, catching 35 balls for 571 yards and 10 TD's. Jones, who blew up nationally after the Los Angeles NFTC in 2013, has committed to UCLA.
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DL Kendell Jones (@TooTallJones11), 6-4, 246
Clay-Chalkville (Alabama)

Jones, who came in as a relative unknown to most recruitniks, blew away the coaches with his football I.Q., coachability and ability to make plays. He weighed in at 6-4, 246 pounds at the Atlanta Nike Football SPARQ Combine where he showed his athleticism with a 30 ½ inch vertical. Jones has committed to the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
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QB Sheriron Jones, 6-3, 184
Rancho Verde (California)

The nation's No. 7 dual-threat QB (No. 187 overall) shined at the loaded Bay Area Elite 11 Regional, showing off his development as a passer over the spring. A gifted athlete, Jones was an All-State and All-CIF choice as a junior and has committed to the University of Florida.
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WR Christian Kirk (@ChristianDavon2), 5-11, 197
Saguaro (Arizona)

Kirk locked down a second invite to The Opening after a good showing at The Opening last year. Kirk impressed on the field as well as in testing at the 2014 Los Angeles NFTC, where the 5-11, 197 lber had a 4.54 40, 4.37 shuttle, 40.5" vert and 37' Powerball for a 116.58 SPARQ Rating. Kirk had 1,164 yards receiving and 17 TD's with another 825 yards and 17 TD's rushing this season.
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LB Darrin Kirkland (@KIRKJunior), 6-1, 227
Lawrence Central (Indiana)

One of three linebackers to Get Open at the Columbus NFTC, Kirkland had 110 tackles, 7.5 sacks and 1 INT as a junior to earn Honorable Mention All-State honors. A Michigan commit, Kirkland is ranked as the No. 5 inside linebacker and No. 186 overall prospect in the Class of 2015.
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DB Jaylon Lane (@Jlane1400blk ), 6-1, 177
Nacogdoches (Texas)

The rangy Lane fits the mold of the lockdown corners you see dominating the NFL lately, and showed off that physicality and ability to run at the Houston NFTC. Lane logged 46 tackles and 5 INT's (2 returned for TD) as a junior and is ranked as 247 Sports' No. 22 corner in the class of 2015. Lane has committed to Coach Gundy and Oklahoma State.
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DB Isaiah Langley (@_IsaiahLangley ), 5-11.5, 164
Foothill (California)

Langley was a 2nd Team Junior All-State pick by CalHiSports last year and also earned 1st Team All-EBAL honors. The defender is rated as the No. 8 prospect at the position by 247 Sports. He has 30 offers from around the nation including early favorites Cal, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Oregon, Oregon State and USC.
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DL Jonathan Ledbetter (@LedbetterDE15), 6-4, 269
Tucker (Georgia)

The big defensive linemen took on all comers at the Atlanta NFTC and shined. Ledbetter projects as both a 3-4 defensive end and 3-technique in a 4-3. That versatility has earned him the No. 72 overall ranking in the 247 Composite Rankings and offers from across the country before he verbally committed to Alabama.
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QB Brian Lewerke (@brianlewerke14 ), 6-2, 184
Pinnacle (Arizona)

The Michigan State commit has impressed at events over the past two years and finally landed his invite to the Finals after a strong showing at the Oakland Elite 11 Regional. A 2013 Honorable Mention All-State selection, Lewerke threw for 2,780 yards and 33 TD's with just 9 INT's. Lewerke is ranked as the No. 16 pro-style QB in the class of 2015.
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DB Marcus Lewis (@THE_NUMERO_UNO), 6-1.5, 187
Gonzaga College (D.C.)

The Florida commit was all over the field at the DC NFTC, showing off great length and ball-hawking ability. Considered the nation's No. 8 athlete and No. 118 overall prospect, Lewis had offers from Ohio State, Penn State, Michigan and Florida State before committing to the Gators.
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DB Xavier Lewis (@_ImKing), 5-11, 183
East St. John (Louisiana)

Lewis was an All-District 7-5A pick and Class 5A Honorable Mention All-State last year at cornerback. He’s rated by 247 Sports as the No. 18 corner in the country and No. 155 player overall. He likes home state LSU along with Texas and Texas A&M who have all offered.
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QB Drew Lock (@drewlock23), 6-4, 201
Lee's Summit (Missouri)

Lock took home MVP honors at the Chicago Elite 11 and NFTC to bring home an Opening invite. He passed for 3,060 yards with 35 TDs and only seven interceptions as a junior to earn Class 6 All-State honors. He’s committed to Missouri and also had offers from Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Tennessee and West Virginia. Lock is rated as the No. 5 Pro-Style quarterback by 247 Sports and the No. 175 prospect overall.
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WR Damarkus Lodge (@DaMarkusLodge18), 6-2, 190
Cedar Hill (Texas)

Texas A&M verbal commit is ranked as the No. 4 receiver in the 2015 class by 247 Sports and the No. 35 overall recruit. He caught 72 passes for 1,265 yards and 22 TDs last year and was the Offensive MVP for District 7-5A. He had over 24 offers before committing to Coach Sumlin and the Aggies.
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RB Bryce Love (@blovee_23), 5-10, 177
Wake Forest Rolesville (North Carolina)

Love first burst onto the scene as a sophomore in 2012 with an 89.61 SPARQ Rating. Two years later the big-time back laid down a 122.43 at the D.C. NFTC on the way to an Opening invite. Love, who is ranked as the No. 6 All-Purpose Back, rushed for 1,914 yards and 24 TD's to go along with 3 kick-off returns for TD's as a junior.
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DL Keisean Lucier-South (@KLSouth16), 6-4.5, 218
Orange Lutheran (California)

The LA NFTC DL MVP absolutely dominated the day, winning literally every rep. Some had questions about lateral quickness, but he erased those with a 4.4 shuttle and some absolute ankle breakers in 1on1's. By checking off all the boxes, the nation's No. 2 WDE and No. 19 overall player earned a ticket to The Opening.
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DL Daylon Mack (@Daylon Mack ), 6-1, 316
Gladewater (Texas)

Mack has been a household name since his sophomore year, and his Nike Combine performance in Dallas shows why. At 316 pounds, Mack put down a 5.1 40 and 4.72 shuttle, as well as a 28.4 inch vertical jump. Mack's unbelievable tape at both defensive tackle and running back has earned him 5-stars and the No. 2 spot in the 247 Sports Composite defensive tackle rankings.
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QB Alex Malzone (‪@AlexMalzone ), 6-2, 200
Brother Rice (Michigan)

Despite spending the majority of his spring on the baseball diamond, the Michigan commit made the pressure chamber at both the Atlanta and Columbus Elite 11 Regionals to secure a spot in the Elite 11 Finals. Malzone led Brother Rice to a State Title, throwing for 2,782 yard and 25 TD's with a 67% completion percentage.
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DB Iman Marshall (@iman_marshall8), 6-0.5, 200
Long Beach Poly (California)

Marshall earned his second invite after another "Biggie-like" performance at the Los Angeles NFTC. A standout up in Oregon last July, Marshall has offers from all over the nation and is rated as the #2 corner and #8 overall player in the country by 247 Sports.
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LB Osa Masina (@OS_tertag ), 6-4, 215
Brighton (Utah)

The talented athlete was an all-state selection as a running back after rushing for 1,643 yards and 25 TD's. But his future is on defense where he he logged 87 tackles and 4.5 sacks as a junior. 247 Sports' No. 7 outside linebacker (No. 82 overall) has offers from UCLA, USC, Michigan and home state Utah and BYU.
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DB P.J. Mbanasor (@PeterJayy_2), 6-1, 176
Hendrickson (Texas)

Mbanasor was a District 16-5A selection as a junior last year, earning him the No. 17 spot in the 247 Composite CB rankings. The Pflugerville product had offers from all over the Big-12 and SEC before committing to Oklahoma in June.
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DL Adam McLean (@MoneyMakeinAdam), 6-2, 290
Quince Orchard (Maryland)

The DC NFTC DL MVP was just too quick off the ball for most of the Northeast’s best guards. A physical specimen at around 290 pounds, McLean will be a load to handle at the next level. But first, the nation’s No. 13 defensive tackle and No. 110 prospect in the country will stake his claim in Oregon at The Opening this summer.
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LB Josh McMillon (@Joshua_McMillon), 6-3, 249
Whitehaven (Tennessee)

The Birmingham NFTC LB MVP is the definition of a true middle linebacker at 6-3, 250 lbs. With offers from all over the country, The 2013 All-State selection is ranked as the No. 215 overall prospect in 247 Sports Composite Rankings
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RB Ray Ray McCloud (@RM3_legendz19xx), 5-10, 178
Sickles (Florida)

McCloud impressed on the field at the Orlando NFTC after earning Class 7A All-State honors last fall when he rushed for 2,316 yards and 26 TDs. He has 31 early offers including Florida, Clemson, Alabama and Ohio State and is ranked as the nation's No. 13 athlete in the 247 Composite Rankings.
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DB Kendrell McFadden (@Omc_CoolKen), 6-3.5, 193
Miramar (Florida)

McFadden is another tall (6-foot-4) safety who has committed to West Virginia after having offers from 20 major programs including all the in-state schools. A cousin of former NFL All-Pro Bryant McFadden, Kendrell emerged as a national prospect as a sophomore when he had six picks and three TDs.
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DB Tarvarus McFadden (@tee_time24), 6-3, 195
American Heritage (Florida)

The tall cornerback prospect had 25 tackles and 10 passes deflected last year and is also a dangerous return man, taking three kickoffs to the house. McFadden earned All-Broward County honors last season and has offers from major programs such as Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Notre Dame and LSU. He’s rated as the No. 3 overall prospect by 247 Sports and the No. 5 corner.
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LB Arthur McGinnis (@amg_arthur ), 6-2, 228
Warren Easton (Louisiana)

McGinnis quieted all doubts about his ability to transition to LB after taking home LB MVP honors at the DC NFTC. A high school DL, McGinnis had 110 tackles and 14 sacks with his hand on the ground as a junior.
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DB Rico McGraw (@LoveHateRico), 6-0, 200
Ensworth (Tennessee)

The big Georgia commit was coming off an ankle injury, but grinded his way through it for a big showing at the Birmingham NFTC. A consensus junior All-American, McGraw had 3 interceptions for a state champion Ensworth squad,
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DL Kahlil McKenzie (@KM1_Era ), 6-4, 330
Clayton Valley Charter (California)

McKenzie was a Junior All-State honoree by CalHiSports.com after he made 74 tackles with 12 sacks for one of the top programs in the nation. He is rated as the No. 7 defensive tackle by 247 Sports and has two dozen offers including ones from finalists Arizona and Tennessee. McKenzie will announce his commitment live at The Opening.
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WR Kirk Merritt (@kirkmerritt33), 5-11, 206
Destrehan (Louisiana)

Merritt recorded the 2nd highest SPARQ Rating of 2014 with a 138.84 at the NOLA Nike Combine. The 5-foot-11, 206 pound receiver had 23 catches for 540 yards and nine TDs as a junior to earn all-district honors and has offers that include favorites Alabama, LSU, TCU, Texas A&M and Texas Tech.
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QB Kyler Murray (@TheKylerMurray), 5-11, 173
Allen (Texas)

Murray turned in one of the top QB performance of 2014 at the Dallas NFTC, after completing 207 passes in 325 attempts for 3,669 yards with 46 TDs and only nine interceptions as a junior to earn MaxPreps Jr. All-American honors, AP Class 5A 2nd Team All-State and 10-5A District MVP. He’s also a dual threat as he ran for 1,274 yards on 151 attempts and is rated by 247Sports as the No. 1 Dual-Threat QB in the nation and No. 21 overall prospect. Kyler has committed to Texas A&M, where his dad also played his college ball.
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WR Ryan Newsome (@NewBoi17), 5-8, 166
Aledo (Texas)

The electric Newsome looks like the ideal slot receiver, and showed off the skills needed with the 4.15 shuttle at the Dallas NFTC. Newsome had 389 yards receiving and 468 yards rushing as a junior for a prolific Aledo offense. Newsome has offers from all across the country and is ranked as the No. 28 wide receiver in the class of 2015.
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RB Jacques Patrick (@jacques_patrick), 6-2.5, 233
Timber Creek (Florida)

The bruising ball-carrier rushed for 2,153 yards and 30 TDs last year and was on every honors list, including being ranked as the No. 2 running back prospect and the No. 44 overall prospect in the country by 247 Sports. Patrick has offers from more than a dozen major colleges including Florida, Florida State, Alabama, Auburn and Miami.
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DL Natrez Patrick (@NatrezPatrick_9), 6-4, 240
Mays (Georgia)

Patrick is a true edge rusher, displaying great ability to bend the edge and get to the quarterback. At the Atlanta NFTC, he coupled his elite size with good natural football instincts to wow the coaches and show why he's considered by 247 Sports as the No. 7 weak-side defensive end and No. 77 overall prospect in the country. Patrick garnered offers from all over the country before committing to his home state Georgia Bulldogs.
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OL Javon Patterson (@JPatterson__8 ), 6-2.5, 305
Petal (Mississippi)

Patterson is considered the nation's No. 2 guard and No. 54 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings, and backed that up with a standout performance at the Birmingham NFTC. At 305 pounds, Patterson ran a 5.12 40 and 4.5 shuttle on the way to an 86.58 SPARQ Rating. Patterson holds offers from around the SEC, including home-state Ole Miss, Alabama and Auburn.
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DL Daron Payne (@RETROLIVIN_), 6-3, 325
Shades Valley (Alabama)

The big DT prospect showed unmatched strength at the Birmingham NFTC, where he squared off with some of the nation's elite interior OL and showed why he has offers from across the country, including home state favorites Auburn and Alabama. Payne is ranked by 247 Sports as the No. 4 DT prospect, 17th overall.
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OL Richie Petitbon, 6-4, 302
Gonzaga College (D.C.)

The Alabama commit took reps at left guard, right guard, and even center and was able adapt and dominate at the DC NFTC. With a pro typical guard frame, the lacrosse player showed off elite feet and a big-time competitive mentality. Petitbon is ranked by 247 Sports as the No.4 guard and No. 78 player in the nation.
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WR Da'Vante Phillips (@Duckedoff_Vante), 6-1.5, 197
Miami Central (Florida)

Phillips caught 47 passes for 872 yards and 10 TDs as a junior to earn Class 6A 3rd Team All-State honors. Rated as the No. 9 receiver in the nation by 247 Sports, he has offers from all over, including favorites Florida State and Miami.
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ATH Tyler Phillips (@TylerP_nlr ), 6-1.5, 206
North Little Rock (Arkansas)

Phillips Got Open after setting the mark for the highest SPARQ Rating on the 2014 Nike Tour. Phillips recorded an outstanding 141.36 Rating, including a 4.68 40, 4.00 shuttle, 42 power ball and 40.7 vertical jump.
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LB Sherrod Pittman (@ROLLINGHARD_9), 6-0.5, 224
First Coast (Florida)

Pittman, a South Carolina commit, made 105 tackles and picked off three passes in 2013 to earn Class 8A All-State honors. He was also chosen as a MaxPreps 2nd Team All-American and is ranked as the No. 15 outside linebacker and No. 214 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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DB Larry Pryor (@jr_2015Athlete ), 6-0, 204
Sulphur Springs (Texas)

The Texas A&M commit out of East Texas wowed at the Dallas Nike Combine with his blend of size and speed, running a 4.07 shuttle at 6-0, 203 pounds. An electric QB (2,666 yards passing, 1,027 rushing) Pryor will use his intimidating size at safety in College Station. Pryor is considered the No. 7 safety and No. 128 overall 2015 prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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DB Justin Reid (@justinreid_1 ), 6-1.5, 188
Dutchtown (Louisiana)

The younger brother of 49er's safety Eric Reid knows how to lay the boom from his spot in centerfield at Dutchtown. A fearsome hitter, Reid showed the athleticism to go with it at the Houston NFTC where he ran a 4.67 and jumped 39.1 inches, leading to a 101.01 SPARQ Rating. Reid is considered the No. 27 safety in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings and has offers that include Louisiana Tech, Minnesota and Mississippi State.
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DB Mook Reynolds (@m_reyn6), 5-11, 170
Northern Guilford (North Carolina)

The next in line at "DB U," the Virginia Tech commit had 80 tackles, 13 TFL, and 3 INT's as a junior, to go with nearly 900 yards of total offense for Northern Guilford. Reynolds is considered the No. 24 corner in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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OL Drew Richmond (@TheDream_75), 6-5, 323
Memphis University School (Tennessee)

Richmond is rated as the No. 7 Offensive Tackle in the country by 247 Sports and was a TSWA Div. 2 AA All-State honoree as a junior. He has more than two dozen offers including ones from early favorites such as Tennessee, Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Ohio State and Oklahoma.
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WR Calvin Ridley (@ridley_calvin), 6-1, 170
Monarch (Florida)

Ridley caught 41 passes for 1,131 yards and 12 TDs last year and also rushed for 263 yards and a score to earn MaxPreps 2nd Team Jr. All-American Honors. Rated as the No. 6 receiver in the 2015 class by 247 Sports, he was a Class 8A 2nd Team All-State selection and has committed to Alabama.
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DL Chauncey Rivers (@_justnike_), 6-2.5, 247
Stephenson (Georgia)

The Georgia commit impressed at the Atlanta NFTC with his versatility, blowing past the nation's top tackles and then moving inside and dominating at DT. River's unique athleticism has earned him offers from across the country and the No. 9 Ranking in 247 Sports weak-side defensive end rankings.
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QB Josh Rosen (@josh3rosen), 6-4, 205
St. John Bosco (California)

The coveted Rosen lived up to the billing at the LA NFTC, taking home QB MVP honors in the uber-talented group, and in the process earning an invite to the 2014 Elite 11 Finals at The Opening 2014. Rosen threw for 3,000 yards and 27 TD’s to lead the Braves to the #3 spot in the FAB50 National Rankings and is committed to UCLA. Rosen is 247 Sports Compsite Ranking's No. 1 Pro-Style QB and No. 5 overall recruit.
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OL Dru Samia (@DruSamia ), 6-5.5, 296
San Ramon Valley (California)

Samia came out of nowhere to dominate the Oakland NFTC and take home OL MVP honors in a stacked camp. In the month since, Samia has picked up offers from Utah, Oregon State, Texas Tech and UCLA. Samia is ranked as the No. 79 offensive tackle and No. 728 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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WR C.J. Sanders (@CJSanders8 ), 5-9, 176
Notre Dame (California)

The speedy slot prospect ran a 4.53 40 and went sub 4 seconds on the shuttle at the Atlanta NFTC. A recent transfer to Notre Dame (CA) from Brentwood Academy in Tennessee, Sanders had 975 yards receiving and 19 touchdowns as a junior. Sanders will take his talents from Notre Dame High School to the University of Notre Dame in 2015.
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LB Quarte Sapp (@Dedicated_2Work), 6-2, 203
Milton (Georgia)

Sapp had a strong performance at the Atlanta NFTC, bringing home Linebacker MVP honors and did it on the field this fall as well, recording 110 tackles, four sacks and three picks last year to earn Class 6A 2nd Team All-State honors. He has offers from programs such as Arkansas, Clemson, Duke, Florida State, Michigan, North Carolina, Ole Miss, Tennessee and Wisconsin.
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RB Jordan Scarlett (@Famousscarlett), 5-11, 206
St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)

A two-time All-State selection at University School, Scarlett will play his senior year at national power St. Thomas Aquinas. The 5-11, 206 lber is an elite blend of power and speed, with a 4.48 40 yard dash at 208 pounds. An FAU verbal commit, Scarlett had 932 yards on the ground with another 153 through the air for a U-School squad that rarely had it's starters playing in the second half of games.
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DL Tim Settle (@tim_settle), 6-3, 325
Stonewall jackson (Virginia)

The 5-star recruit lived up to the billing at the DC NFTC, showing brute power and quickness throughout drills. But, perhaps what was most impressive was how coachable Settle was. His 3rd NFTC, DC was Settle’s best. A true 2-gap defender, Settle left no doubt that he’s deserving of being ranked as the No. 5 DT in the 247 Composite Rankings.
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DB Kendall Sheffield, 5-11, 180
Thurgood Marshall (Texas)

Sheffield laid down a 119.58 to lock down a spot in The Opening at the Houston Nike Combine. The 5-foot-11, 180 pound corner ran a 4.09 shuttle and recorded a 41.7-inch vertical jump. Sheffield is the No. 9 overall prospect in the 247Sports’ Composite Rankings and the No. 3 CB in the nation.
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DB Darius Slayton (@young_slay2), 6-2, 182
Greater Atlanta Christian (Georgia)

The 2013 All-State selection was a major weapon on offense, with 940 yards and 11 TD's, but his future will be in the secondary where Slayton shined at the Atlanta NFTC. Slayton has offers from virtually the entire country, including Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Florida, and his home state Bulldogs.
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DB Duke Shelley (@DukeSaysGo), 5-10, 171
Tucker (Georgia)

The scrappy corner was all over the field for Tucker last season. Shelley had 13 total touchdowns, including 4 KOR for TD's, 2 PR for TD's, 3 INT's for TD's, and 4 TD's on offense. Shelley had 6 total INT's and 28 tackles. Shelley has an offer list that includes current favorites Clemson, Tennessee and Wisconsin.
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LB Cameron Smith (@SmithCameron55 ), 6-2, 236
Granite Bay (California)

Smith logged 113 tackles with 3 INT's and 2 forced fumbles for Granite Bay last fall. Your prototypical inside linebacker, Smith has made a name for himself over the past two years for always being in the middle of the action. Ranked as 247 Sports No. 3 inside linebacker, Smith has committed to USC over offers from all over the Pac-12.
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WR Kemah Siverand (@TooBeFamous), 6-0, 185
Cypress Ridge (Texas)

Siverand followed up a 105.99 SPARQ Rating at the Houston Nike Combine with a big day at the Houston NFTC that eventually earned him a spot at The Opening. 247 Sports No. 19 WR and No. 171 overall prospect committed to Texas A&M over offers from Texas, Ohio State and TCU among others.
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LB Chad Smith, 6-3.5, 213
Dominion (Virginia)

The super athlete logged a DC NFTC high 124.92, headlined by a 41.9 inch vertical jump and 4.09 shuttle. The Clemson commit had 94 tackles including 13 for loss and 3 INT's as a junior, while adding nearly 900 years and 24 TD's as a running back. Smith is 247 Sports' No. 24 outside linebacker prospect.
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LB Josh Smith (@J_Smitty31 ), 6-3, 222
Oakland (Tennessee)

Smith emerged from a loaded LB group at the Ohio State NFTC to take home one of the final LB spots at The Opening. The rangy athlete could play inside or out at the next level and has earned offers from the likes of Alabama, Prude, Penn State, Tennessee and Vanderbilt. Smith is ranked as the No. 9 inside linebacker, No. 301 overall in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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LB Roquan Smith (@RoquanSmith1), 6-2, 201
Macon County (Georgia)

Roquan was the Class 2A Defensive Player of the Year after recording 100 tackles with 27 Tackles for Loss and six sacks. He is rated as the No. 6 Outside Linebacker by 247 Sports and has nearly 20 offers including SEC schools like Auburn, Florida and Georgia.
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WR Equanimeous St. Brown (@Equanimeous ), 6-5, 200
Servite (California)

The lanky 6-5 wideout showed off his ability to go up and get the ball at the LA NFTC, where he made catch after catch against some of the nation's top defensive backs. Ranked as the No. 10 wide receiver in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings, St. Brown has offers from USC, UCLA, Notre Dame and Stanford to name a few.
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QB Jarrett Stidham (@Jarrett_Stidham), 6-2.5, 180
Stephenville (Texas)

A wide receiver as a sophomore, Stidham emerged onto the national scene as a junior, throwing for 2,687 yards and 30 TD's, with just 5 INT's in his debut season at QB. Stidham's legs (4.66 40 at the 2013 Dallas Nike Combine) paved the way for 975 more yards and 16 TD's on the ground. Stidham punched his ticket to the Elite 11 Finals at The Opening with a huge day at the Dallas Elite 11 Regional. The Texas Tech commit is considered the nation's No. 2 dual-threat QB, and No. 38 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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DB Will Sunderland (@kp_projectt), 6-2, 189
Midwest City (Oklahoma)

Sunderland's rated as the No. 12 safety and No. 182 overall prospect in the 247 Composite Rankings. A 2nd Team All-State pick, the safety has offers from Oklahoma and Oklahoma State instate, as well as Arkansas and Ohio State. Last season he had 98 tackles with six interceptions.
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DL Josh Sweat, 6-5, 229
Oscar Smith (Virginia)

Sweat, a Student Sports Junior All-American selection this fall, posted 94 tackles and 22 sacks before earning an Opening invite at the very event that launched his recruitment as a sophomore, the Charlotte Nike Combine. This year, his reputation already established, Sweat posted a combine-best 128.31 SPARQ rating on the strength of a 4.59 40, 4.09 shuttle, 35.5-inch vertical jump and 40-foot power ball toss. Sweat is the nation's top ranked DL and No. 2 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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TE Auden Tate (‪@itstate_18 ), 6-4.5, 202
Wharton (Florida)

The All-State wide out will make the transition to tight end at The Opening after an Orlando NFTC where he proved to be a matchup nightmare for both LB's and safeties. Tate, who's ranked as the No. 41 WR in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings, had 49 receptions for 815 yards and 5 TD's as a junior. He has offers from the Florida schools to go along with Michigan, Georgia, Clemson, Ohio State and Penn State.
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DB Levonta Taylor (2016) (@iamlevonta ), 5-10, 165
Ocean Lakes (Virginia)

Scrappy underclassmen DB went heads up with a good group of WR's at the DC NFTC and walked away with MVP honors. Known for his toughness, Taylor showed he's also one of the nation's most elite athletes, running a 4.49 40 with a 40.4 inch vertical jump. Taylor is ranked as the No. 4 corner and No. 45 overall prospect in the 2016 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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DB Marvell Tell (@marvelltell7 ), 6-2, 184
Crespi (California)

Tell is rated as the No. 4 safety in the country in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings. At the 2014 Oakland NFTC he put up at 108.74 SPARQ Rating which included a 37.5 inch vertical jump. He has 20 offers including Pac-12 favorites: UCLA, USC, Oregon and Washington State.
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OL Maea Teuhema (@MaeaTeuhema ), 6-4.5, 340
Keller (Texas)

Teuhema wasn't hard to find among the thousands at the Dallas Nike Combine. At 6-4.5, 340 pounds, 247 Sports' No. 28 overall prospect is a man amongst boys on the field. A future mauler at guard, the LSU commit will follow his older brother, 2014 DE Sione, to Baton Rouge. Teuhema followed up a strong showing at the 2013 Dallas Nike Camp with a big junior season before locking down a ticket to The Opening at AT&T Stadium.
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LB Adonis Thomas (@_simplythatguy5), 6-3.5, 214
Central Gwinnett (Georgia)

At 6-3.5, 214 Thomas is the unique LB prospect that has the skill set to be a versatile OLB or a bruising inside backer at the next level. Ranked by 247 Sports as the No. 160 overall prospect in the country, Thomas has offers from Alabama, Florida, Ohio State, Georgia and Notre Dame.
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WR Deddrick Thomas (@Deddrick_901), 5-9.5, 170
Memphis Central (Tennessee)

Thomas fits the “Athlete” category as he’s dangerous running and catching the ball. In 2013, he rushed 151 times for 1,720 yards and 28 TDs to earn TSWA Class 6A All-State recognition. A slot wideout, he has been committed to Mississippi State.
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DB Deionte-Thompson (@playmaker_11), 6-1, 174
West Orange-Stark (Texas)

Thompson is rated as the No. 2 safety by 247 Sports and the No. 46 overall in the nation after he made 57 tackles with five interceptions on defense and caught 40 passes for 766 yards and four TDs as a receiver. The junior with a 4.0 GPA has verballed to Alabama over offers from programs like Baylor, LSU, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Stanford, Texas, Texas A&M and USC.
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OL Jerry Tillery (@JerryTillery), 6-7, 312
Evangel Christian (Louisiana)

Tillery was impressive from the get-go in Houston. Putting up a 91.59 rating measuring at 6-foot-7, 312 pounds on the strength of a 5.05 40 and 28 inch vert. The Notre Dame commit carries a 4.0 GPA and had offers from Stanford, LSU, Ole Miss, Texas, Texas A&M and several others. He’s rated as the No. 11 offensive tackle and No. 117 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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DB Kevin Toliver (@Toliver_Era), 6-2, 188
Trinity Christian (Florida)

Tolliver is rated as the No. 1 cornerback prospect in the country by 247 Sports and the No. 3 player overall. He had nearly four dozen offers from nearly every major program in the nation but committed to LSU over a year ago and was a MaxPreps Jr. All-American and Class 3A All-State selection after making 36 tackles and making two INTs while accounting for 11 TDs on offense.
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QB Ricky Town (@RickyTownQB ), 6-3, 205
St. Bonaventure (California)

The nation's No. 2 QB locked up the final spot in the Elite 11 Finals after a gutsy performance at less than 100% at the Oregon NFTC. A USC commit, Town threw for 2,300 yards and 25 TD's in just 9 games as a junior to earn 3rd team Junior All-State honors.
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ATH A.J. Turner (@AyejayReturner ), 5-11, 187
Centreville (Virginia)

An impact player in all three phases of the game, Turner was named first team all-conference at running back, defensive back and kick returner after picking off six passes while totaling 1,700 yards and 35 touchdowns on offense. Turner's hard work paid off when he raised his SPARQ Rating from a 56.61 at the 2013 D.C. NFTC to an impressive 91.11 this spring. Turner is ranked as the No. 27 RB in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings and has offers from Ohio State, Clemson and Wisconsin among others.
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OL Fred Ulu-Perry (@feleki64), 6-2.5, 307
St. Louis (Hawaii)

The L.A. NFTC OL MVP was a force inside, displaying advanced technique and understanding of leverage to stone opponents throughout 1on1's. A future guard/center prospect, Ulu-Perry logged a 4.68 shuttle and 27.7 inch vert and is rated as the No. 2 center in the nation according to the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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QB Travis Waller (@traviswaller11 ), 6-3, 188
Servite (California)

The fast-rising signal caller has blown up in the past few months and earned one of the four Elite 11 Finals invites at the loaded Oakland Elite 11 Regional. A dual-threat, Waller threw for 1,421 yards and 12 TD's as a junior, while adding another 1,233 yards and 13 TD's on the ground. Considered 247 Sports' No. 4 DT QB, Waller is down to finalist Notre Dame, Northwestern, Oregon and Ohio State.
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OL Keenan Walker (@SSimbaa63), 6-6, 274
Chaparral (Arizona)

The big tackle prospect shined at the LA NFTC, battling with the West's best defensive linemen in the year's opening camp. The No. 10 tackle and No. 100 player in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings impressed coaches with his work ethic throughout every drill, and that work ethic earned him a spot at The Opening.
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RB Mark Walton (@F5_DEUCE ), 5-10, 185
Booker T. Washington (Florida)

Walton was the bell cow for FAB 50 National Champs Booker T. Washington last fall, carrying the ball 100 times for 871 yards and 14 TD's. Recently reclassified from a 2016 to a 2015 prospect, Walton will head into his senior season as the undisputed leader of the defending champs. The Miami commit is considered 247 Sports' No. 14 running back and No. 124 overall.
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OL Dallas Warmack (@DallasWarmack), 6-2, 306
Mays (Georgia)

Warmack is the younger brother of Tennessee Titans guard Chance Warmack and like his older brother will play his college ball at Alabama. A Class 6A All-State pick as a junior, he is rated as the No. 7 guard in the nation by 247 Sports and locked down the first guard spot at the The Opening.
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RB Mike Weber (@mikeweber25 ), 5-9.5, 204
Cass Tech (Michigan)

The bruising back carried the ball 124 times for 1,734 yards and 24 TD's with another 4 TD's in the return and passing game as a junior. With offers from all over the Big-10, Weber is considered the nation's No. 9 running back and No. 92 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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QB Brady-White (@BradyWhite223 ), 6-2, 186
Hart (California)

White first emerged as an underclassmen, when he went throw for throw with A&M signee Kyle Allen at the 2013 Chicago Elite 11 Regional. After a big fall that saw him throw for 4,307 yards and 41 TD's, White earned 2nd Team Maxpreps All-American honors and continued his dominance this spring. The nation's No. 3 pro-style QB, White committed to Arizona State over offers from around the country.
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RB Dexter Williams (@DexterW_22), 6-0, 189
Olympia (Florida)

Williams had a great day of testing with a 131 SPARQ Rating at the Orlando NFTC after he put up a 117.03 mark at the Orlando NFSC earlier this year. His athleticism earned him offers from all over before committing to play at Miami. He rushed for 1,071 yards and six scores as a junior and is ranked as the No. 106 overall player in the 247 Composite Rankings.
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OL Darryl Williams (@LilDarryl12345), 6-3.5, 304
Bessemer City (Alabama)

Williams came into the Birmingham NFTC as a virtual unknown and has since picked up big offers from Auburn and Florida State to go along with Kentucky and Mississippi State. The nation's No. 3 center only gave up one sack as a junior and graded out at 98 percent while recording 28 pancake blocks. A Birmingham News All-Metro pick, Williams standout performance in Birmingham made him the first true center invite to this year's The Opening.
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WR Preston Williams (@ThResort), 6-5, 200
Lovejoy (Georgia)

Williams is considered as the top receiver in the Class of 2015 by 247 Sports and is rated as the No. 24 overall prospect overall by the recruiting service. He caught 52 passes for 1,234 yards and 13 TDs in 2013 to earn MaxPreps Jr. All-American honors and selection to the Class 6A All-State team. The tall receiver was the 6A Offensive Player of the Year and has committed to Tennessee.
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QB Brandon Wimbush (@BrandonW_7 ), 6-2, 215
St. Peter's Prep (New Jersey)

After a strong performance at the DC Elite 11 Regional, Wimbush came out firing at the NJ NFTC. With unmatched arm strength, Wimbush ran a stellar 4.71 40 and along with QB MVP honors, took home a ticket to the Elite 11 Finals at The Opening. The Penn State commit is considered the No. 5 dual-threat QB and No. 113 overall prospect in the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
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Updated: February 10, 2014

7 Comments

  1. Zak

    June 18, 2014 at 7:45 pm

    Despite offers from other programs? Nice! Go get ‘em Fehoko! Guns Up!

  2. Ace

    June 11, 2014 at 6:59 am

    John Reid’s picture and profile is missing.

  3. Brandon

    May 21, 2014 at 5:22 pm

    Are there anymore slots open for WR

  4. John Manly

    April 6, 2014 at 10:01 pm

    Blair Manly is the top high school corner in New Mexico and gets no love at all because of where he lives. Check him out on hudl.

  5. Tony Plantin

    March 23, 2014 at 11:07 pm

    How can this camp try to hold such high standards when these coach don’t pay attention long enough to remember who is doing good or not. All they can remember is who went last.

    • kleetch

      March 25, 2014 at 9:24 am

      I’m sorry, I don’t know what you mean by this statement. Are you referring to the coaches who make the selection for the Opening roster? Are you referring to combine coaches or Nike FB Training Camp coaches? Let me know and I can respond more informatively.

      • Terry

        May 15, 2014 at 10:51 pm

        Aren’t these 1 on 1′s taped and reviewed?

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