Jr. - The toughest is Isaac Seumalo
/ He knows how to sit back and judge our hands and how to sit on it, so we have to counter and do all of those things.
Dante Fowler Jr. - There are two of them. The boy from Oregon (Isaac Seumalo) and the other boy committed to Alabama from Georgia (Brandon Greene). They are pretty good. Those are my two best competitions. Seumalo is real strong and the boy from Georgia has good footwork.
Marcus Maye - I would say Latroy Pittman, because he has size and speed and he runs his routes very precise and he is constantly making his routes very sharp and he has very good hands.
Brian Poole – I like Amari Cooper's game. I mean, he is a great route runner and he has got great hands and everything, so I really like his game. He is just real smooth getting in and out of his breaks.
Devonte Fields – Number 77 (Evan Boehm). He has good footwork and his hands are quick.
Avery Johnson – I would say all the cornerbacks, but I would say Brian Poole. He is a strong physical cornerback and he has a lot of great techniques.
Thomas Johnson – Landon Collins! He is strong, real big and physical and everything you need in a DB.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla – Want to know who the best players truely are? Talk to the players. The Under Armour All-America players talk about the stiffest competition they have faced on the practice fields.
Some of the players talk about the toughest competition they have faced in practice so far.