Scout.com was at Marcus Foster Field, the home of Simon Gratz High School on Saturday, for the…
Legends of the Pub - Part I
Big brother Sharrif Floyd and little brother Justin Moody line up against one another in footwork drills. Floyd, a current Florida Gator, graduated from George Washington which is the same school that Moody attends. They share a very close relationship.
Still tied at the second ring…
Floyd is starting to fall behind a bit on the final ring!
Moody crosses the finish line and we'll call it a tie since Sharrif is still in town!
Floyd and Moody both catch their wind after a series of foot drills.
Jahri Evans taking some time making sure the players are working hard and getting their footwork right.
Northeast High School wide receiver Laquille Nesbitt showed outstanding speed at the event. Nesbitt loves to play corner and is very effective there, however at only 5-foot-6, he's destined to end up on the offensive side of the ball at the collegiate level.
Former Syracuse University player and current Baltimore Ravens linebacker Jameel McClain looks on as the one-on-one drills take place.
Former Syracuse University player and current San Diego Chargers running back Curtis Brinkley was also in the house for the event and was very active during the one-on-one's.
Aaron Allison is a prospect from Frankford High School who has stood out to us every time we've seen him and he did so again on Saturday. Allison plays tight end for Frankford and caught 27 passes for 443 yards and five touchdowns last season. Connecticut, Temple, Purdue and UCLA have looked at him and while he catches everything thrown to him, even the NFL prospects there agreed with us that if he were to bulk up and become a three-technique defensive tackle he could be a steal for a FBS program in the long run with his great athleticism.
Allison's teammate at Frankford, Savoy Martin, is also a very talented prospect. He intercepted seven passes last season and while he is a very good defensive back and has been clocked at 4.53 in the 40-yard dash, it looks like his best position might be wide receiver for the future. He definitely stood out at the camp.
Martin getting ready for a one-on-one drill.
West Catholic High School offensive lineman Michael Makor has been hearing from East Carolina, Rutgers, Stony Brook, Temple, Virginia and Wake Forest and is one of the city's premier blockers. He helped his team to a State Championship last year where they amassed nearly 5,000 yards rushing.
Tristin Freeman is another West Catholic product who came to the event and he is and absolutely nasty pass rusher. His performance in the Pennsylvania Class AA Championship Game this past year was legendary and he already has offers from Navy and VMI with Army and Buffalo closing in as well. Freeman is one of the more underappreciated players in all of Pennsylvania.
Part II of our photo gallery will be posted shortly…
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