Legends of the Pub - Part II

Recruiting Analyst
Posted Jun 19, 2011

Scout.com was at Marcus Foster Field, the home of Simon Gratz High School on Saturday, for the Legends of the Pub Camp and we not only got to follow up on some talent we already knew about; but discovered some new players as well. Inside we have plenty of photos from the event.

NFL players Jahri Evans, Curtis Brinkley, Jameel McClain and Dominique Curry were on-hand at the Legends of the Pub Camp on Saturday, along with other former players from the league to provide free tutelage to the 150 prospects that showed up to Marcus Foster Field. Andre Odom did an excellent job of coordinating the event. We have several pictures from the event that we will be putting out in a two-part series.

Greg Garrett of Level 40 Training helped run the camp and was not only an enormous part of making his event successful, but is easily the best trainer we’ve come across. His work with prospects like Sharrif Floyd, Brandon Chudnoff, Maika Polamalu, Daquan Cooper, Nate Smith, Claudy Mathieu, Desmon Peoples, Brandon Peoples, David Williams, Brandon Chatmon and Justin Moody is just the tip of the iceberg. He also not only talks the talk, but he walks it too as the 38-year old, 5-foot-8 Garrett bench presses 500 pounds, squats 750 pounds and leg presses over 1,000 pounds. He trains players all over Southeastern Pennsylvania and can be easily reached on Facebook.

Current George Washington HS football coach Ron Cohen was also on hand to be a part of the event. Coach Cohen is a legend in Philadelphia and a wealth of football knowledge.

Justin Moody

Justin Moody was the Overall MVP of the camp in our opinion and was certainly the Defensive MVP and just continues to impress us with not only his ability, but his tireless work ethic. He is at every single event in which he has the opportunity to learn. Moody does have a Rutgers offer and may camp at Notre Dame next weekend.

Aaron White

Aaron White will take over in the backfield at running back this year for Washington and looked very impressive for the second camp in a row this weekend. White is very cut and strong and is well-conditioned which will serve him well this year and he’ll be expected to carry the load.

Aaron White

White in drills.

Sharrif Floyd helps Jahri Evans work the offensive and defensive linemen out in drills.

Some of the linemen getting a much-needed breather during a six-hour camp on a 93-degree day…

I just couldn’t help myself here. This is when you know you’re with the big boys. We’ve got the Kid ‘N Play cut and the Travis Barker Mohawk. Classic!

Jahri Evans making sure to get the names of some of the linemen who performed well as they will be received free autographed jerseys.

Justin Postell is only going into his sophomore year and attends School of the Future in Philadelphia, but he blew us away with his speed during 80-yard dashes and also had very good hands. He’ll obviously need to fill out over the next few years, but he’s a name we expect to be mentioning a lot if he stays on course.

Kenon Frazier

Our Offensive MVP would definitely be Kenon Frazier, a wide receiver who has done quite a bit of moving around over the past couple of seasons and is at Roxborough High School right now. To put it frankly, Frazier looked as good as many players I’ve seen at his position this year that already have FBS offers. His route-running is off the charts, he is ridiculously quick in and out of cuts and he has phenomenal hands. This is a true sleeper that colleges need to start getting to their camps now as he embarrassed every defensive back on the field all day. I have several NFL players who will agree with me.

Kenon Frazier

Frazier at the start of a route where both the corner and the safety ended up buckling their knees trying to cover him…

Our last two pictures pay tribute to the camaraderie of the players at the event. A lot of lessons where taught, players were chewed out and the level of play was high, but at the end it was time for boys to be boys…

Sharrif Floyd starts the wedgie on Justin Moody…

Floyd continues, and you’ll notice the sharp grimace upon Moody’s face. The crowd around this event was about 50 people. We’d post the completion, but … well … it wasn’t pretty as Floyd did get his way.

Thanks to all of the former Public League players who came back to Philadelphia to make this happen!

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