Timberview HS | TX
Practice Note: Paris stood out in practice number one. He is a defensive back with great size and quickness. People have tabbed him as a future safety, but shows that he can hang with talented division one receivers and make plays. Towards the second part of practice he was consistently matched up with Frank Iheanacho and was able to lock the 6'7 receiver down. His strength in college may be matching up with the other team's big receiver.
Lompoc HS | CA
Practice Note: Taua is not the biggest defensive lineman from a height standpoint, but he is definitely one of the most active. He was easily the most noticeable player on the field with his long hair, but that is not what sticks with you. He is really good and having fun each and every time he blows past offensive linemen.
Cass Tech HS | MI
Recruiting: Ohio State
Practice Note: Webb is a spirited player. He had one of the day's top defensive plays where he stayed step for step with big-framed receiver Bryce Dixon and was able to sneak in and steal away a pass for an interception. He may come in to Ohio State and push for early playing time.
Har-Ber HS | AR
Practice Note: Frazier is a load up front. He has continued to climb up the rankings list and after an impressive performance at The Opening and if the first day of practice is any indication that climb is more than justified. He is a true defensive tackle with size, explosion and the ability to overpower very strong offensive linemen. A gap plugger.
John Curtis HS | LA
Recruiting: Florida State, Ole Miss, Texas A&M, UCLA
Practice Note: A linebacker with a great first step and tremendous explosion. He can cover sideline-to-sideline, but showed today that he has elite level pass coverage skills, which is much more of a necessity in today's college game. Linebackers do not get to showcase their hitting skills, but he tracks the ball well.
Greg Powers, Brandon Huffman, Hunter Paniugua, Kevin Flaherty, Annabel Stephan contributed to this report.