Marlon Gonzalez, 2015 DL, North Fort Myers
Gonzalez was the first one up in the drills and got the most number of reps in the 1on1's as he clearly came to perform. At 6-3+ and north of 250, he has good size and an even bigger motor. He showed his strength as well as his quickness and agility during the competition portion. Gonzalez could end up anywhere on the DL as well as flip to OG down the road.
Wyatt Ray, 2015 DE, St. Thomas Aquinas
A bit of surprise, Ray has added a good 20 pounds since last season and also looked more explosive . He was the top DE at getting to the QB. Ray moved well, showed improved strength, and displayed good speed off the ball. Way under the radar recruiting wise, look for his stock to rise during the Spring evaluation period.
Sh'mar Kilby-Lane, 2015 LB, Hallandale
This is a prospect whose game is better suited to pads, but he showed the length and agility that is hard to find in this physical package (6-2, 230). It is rare to see a LB that can hang with RBs in 1on1's but SKL did exactly that on Sunday and has a very bright future. He holds many of the top offers in the Southeast.
Tevon Coney, 2015 LB, Palm Beach Gardens
Coney walked away with MVP honors he was rock solid all day. He played with great effort, covered like a DB, and showed why his recruitment has really taken off over the past few months. Coney is projected to play in the middle, but easily could play outside with his athleticism.
Tyrek Cole, 2015 CB, Miramar
The top cover corner at the event, Cole was in lock-down mode on Sunday. The FSU verbal has added considerable weight to go with his good length and is a good bet to be one of the top corners in Florida when all is said and done. Cole has the versatility to play anywhere in the defensive backfield.
Jaquan Johnson, 2015 CB, Miami Killian
Johnson is a play-making machine on Friday nights as he is a jack of all trades for Killian. He worked out at his projected position, safety, where his instincts and closing speed should project well to the next level. While he lacks ideal height (5-10), he carries close to 200 pounds and could play Free or Strong Safety.
Tarvarus McFadden, 2015 CB, American Heritage-Plantation
McFadden's size is elite (6-2+), but what is often overlooked is how well he covers against smaller, quicker wide receivers. Working out on his home field, McFadden is physical, fast, and instinctive, he has a very bright future and is one of the most heavily recruited DBs in South Florida.
Calvin Brewton, 2015 DB, Miami Central
Brewton is a dynamite athlete that worked out with the Safeties, but could also get looks as a CB down the road. The FSU verbal may not be the biggest safety in the country, but he is physical with instincts and range. He had interceptions and pass break-ups on Sunday and possesses excellent ball skills.
Jamie Newberg and Chad Simmons contributed to this.
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