Quick Hitter: Mitchell came in as a four-star, but he surprised everyone with the way he tested. He ran a 4.39 at his size, setting a new SPARQ record and used that speed and athleticism to show his ability in coverage during 7 on 7.
Quick Hitter: Bower was one of the more impressive defensive linemen on the hoof with his long frame, but he proved he was more than a big body, using his athleticism and quickness to win more than his share of 1-1s. He's certainly a guy who set himself up to move up the rankings.
Quick Hitter: Hill is a good sized safety who surprised by how he could move that frame, running a 4.44 in the forty yard dash. He then used that speed to make a number of big plays in 7 on 7s, including a pick six on elimination day.
Recruiting: Committed to Iowa
Quick Hitter: Although he was already a four-star, Qualls still surprised us with how seemingly easy he ran through the competition. His strength, quickness off the ball and ability to get low and stay low allowed him to routinely power past would-be blockers.
Recruiting: Committed to Washington.
Quick Hitter: Spencer, an unranked two-star prospect, put up incredible testing numbers, running a 3.87 shuttle, 4.42 forty and recording a 42-inch vertical. It wasn't just those numbers though, as he translated his athleticism to the field, making several big plays for his Land Sharks 7on team, including a key pick six.
Recruiting: Committed to
Brandon Huffman, Greg Powers, Chad Simmons, Greg Biggins, Jake Worthen and Scott Kennedy all contributed to this report.
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