The Nike Football Training Camp Miami camp was held Sunday at Barry University and over 150 top…
Stars shine at Miami Nike Camp
Around 200 talented players from around South Florida competed in great weather on Sunday. Players stretched, went through position drills with several coaches with NFL backgrounds, and then did lots of 1-on-1 competitions. All the testing was done at the Sparq Combines earlier this year. The top quarterback on the day was probably Chaminade-Madonna rising junior Sean White. He throws a very accurate ball and was rock solid from start to finish. Joseph Yearby ran for around 2,000 yards last season for a Miami Central team that played for the state championship. At 5-foot-9 and 180 pounds, Yearby is already considered one of the top 2014 prospects in the entire state. He was the top running back at this event and was given the MVP award for that position. Jesus Wilson had a good junior season at Columbus High in Miami and he was the top receiver at this event. At 5-foot-9 and 175 pounds, Wilson already has a few Division 1 offers. Jomel Ribalata (Hialeah) won the MVP award for offensive linemen after a strong performance. However, there were several standouts here including a couple of top notch 2014 prospects -- Palm Beach Central's K.C. McDermott (6-6/275) and Miami Central's Trevor Darling (6-4/300). Paul James played last season at Dr. Krop High in Miami but is now at Norland High. At 6-foot-3 and 230 pounds, James is an athletic kid who has good pass rushing skills and won the D-Line MVP award. Evan Harvey was very productive on the field at Dwyer High last season and was tremendous at this event yesterday. He won LB MVP. He's very good in coverage and is very coachable. Plantation's Sojourn Shelton committed to Florida State very early in the process but that hasn't stopped him from going to as many scouting events as possible. He was the top defensive back at this event, winning the DB MVP award. At 5-foot-8, he lacks ideal height but can flat out cover. The top overall prospect at the event was Booker T's Matthew Thomas. At 6-foot-3 and 205 pounds, he is a tremendous football player with elite level athleticism and has offers from every major program in America. Stay on Scout.com throughout this week for more coverage of this event, including position breakdowns, Top Sleepers, Top 2014 prospects, and much more.
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