PCS: Top Performers
WR Jaylen Bradshaw
WR Jaylen Bradshaw
Recruiting Analyst
Posted Jun 25, 2013
Michael B. Clark

SUFFOLK, Va. -- Over 30 teams participated in the Peanut City Shootout 7-on-7 tournament this past weekend. Below are the top performers from the event.

1. WR Jaylen Bradshaw – The Chesapeake (Va.) Oscar Smith wide receiver and Virginia Tech commit was sensational Saturday. Bradshaw’s speed was too much for any defensive back to handle. The 6-foot, 175 pound Bradshaw also ran great routes and made several tough catches downfield. Bradshaw, who is somewhat of a sleeper prospect, should have a huge senior season.

2. QB Walter Harold – Another big stage, another big performance for Harold. The Virginia Beach (Va.) Ocean Lakes quarterback made every throw in the book on Saturday, and with relative ease. He was a very accurate and did a nice job going through his progressions. The 6-2, 175-pound Harold stepped in last year due to injury, but has developed into one of the team’s leaders during the offseason.

3. WR Jaason Lewis – The 2015 Ocean Lakes playmaker was very impressive Saturday. At 6-3 and 233 pounds, Lewis overwhelmed defense backs with his combination of strength and speed. He made several tough catches across the middle and was also extremely dangerous in the red-zone. Overall, Lewis showed why he is one of the best in the 2015 class.

4. WR/DB Monty Fenner – You may be hard-pressed to find a better rising senior prospect in Virginia without a scholarship offer. Fenner was all over the field on Saturday. The 6-foot, 170-pound Oscar Smith athlete came up big for his team all day, making numerous tough catches. Defensively, he roamed the secondary and made life difficult for opposing receivers.

5. CB Lakwon Chapel – Another prospect flying under the radar – Chapel – also had a big day. The 5-10, 180-pound Chapel is extremely strong for a cornerback and really frustrated several receivers at the line of scrimmage with ability to jam them and throw them off of their routes. In zone coverage, he was also impressive and did a nice job of not letting receivers get behind him. His instincts and ability to change direction were also impressive.

6. CB Rashaad Goodwyn – The Dinwiddie (Va.) defensive back blanketed receivers all day. Goodwyn was also very physical with receivers. He did a nice job reading the quarterback’s eyes and breaking on the ball. The 6-foot, 185-pound Goodwyn is also a smart football player and was never out of position all day.

7. RB Vincent Lowe – While Lowe will likely play running back at the next level, he is also a very good cornerback. Rarely coming off the field, the speedy 5-8, 170-pound Lowe made several nice catches on offense and often defended the opposing team’s best receiver. The Chesapeake (Va.) Grassfield playmaker’s recruitment has picked up in recent months and he showed why on Saturday.

8. QB Jermaal Wells – Wells is definitely a prospect in the 2015 class to watch. The Smithfield (Va.) signal-caller showed off his strong arm and made good decisions. The 6-4, 215-pound Wells is also extremely athletic and has a big upside. I expect his recruitment to take off during the near future.

9. WR/CB Davion Taylor – Taylor suffered a knee injury last fall, but looked to be fully recovered on Saturday. A standout on both sides of the ball, the Norfolk (Va.) Maury star has added to some muscle to his frame this offseason. He showed good speed and tremendous quickness. He could be a steal for someone on Signing Day.

10. CB DaiQuan Lawrence – The recent Wake Forest commit was impressive. Lawrence has good size at 6-foot and 170 pounds. The Chesapeake (Va.) Western Branch cornerback did a nice job of getting in and out of his backpedal. He showed quick hips and good instincts. He will likely have a chance to get on the field early at Wake Forest and should be a good player for the Demon Deacons.

11. WR Quincy Watts – Watts has been impressive all spring and Saturday was no different. The 5-11, 175-pound Ocean Lakes receiver used his blazing speed to get behind defenders and make several long catches. He also held his own playing defensive back. He has a chance to be a special player.

12. RB Isaiah Harper – Like teammate Vincent Lowe, Harper played nearly every play for Grassfield. The 5-9, 170-pound Harper has a good burst and great lateral quickness. Harper caught the ball extremely well and was very tough to handle in space. He was also solid in coverage on defense.

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