Bettistia is a slippery back who cuts on a dime and can be by defenders before they know it. He was very good in the drills and tough for linebackers to touch in one-on-one session. He showed soft hands too.
Nick Dawson, 2015 LB, McDonough (Ga.) ELCA
Dawson made his name as an edge rusher during the one on ones. He had the speed to beat tackles around the corner, but he also had the strength to push them back should they get caught cheating outside.
Sam Dobbs, 2015 TE, Fairburn (Ga.) Landmark Christian
Big jumbo-athlete who caught the ball well. Very well put together and strong as a blocker. Showed he could get out, run routes, and catch the ball. Smart kid and could be used in H-Back or tight end role.
Nikita Fair, Washington (Ga.) Washington Wilkes
Offensive tackle in high school and could play tackle or guard on the next level. Needs to add strength and improve his hands, but moved well, and has a good frame. Feet were solid and can move in short space.
Miles Fox, 2015 DT, Suwanee (Ga.) Collins Hill
Fox's 6-foot height is going to scare off some colleges. It shouldn't. There are a load of 6-foot interior linemen in the NFL. Fox's first step was all he needed to beat the offensive linemen put in front of him. Once he had half a step on his opponent, his powerful legs easily pushed him past and through the linemen holding on for dear life.
Brentavious Glanton, 2015 DT, Albany (Ga.) Monroe
Kind of a tweener between strongside end and tackle right now, but will likely grow into a three-technique. He showed a good rip move Sunday and his agility stood out in the drills. Cincinnati recently offered and that is his first offer.
Drell Green, 2015 S, Alma (Ga.) Bacon County
A very good athlete who likes to play physical. He broke very well on the ball and displayed good ball skills at the Atlanta NFTC. He has a good frame and will likely be used as a strong safety on the next level.
Triston Luke, 2015 RB, Clarksville (Tenn.) Rossview
If you heard a 'wow' on the lower fields Sunday, Luke was likely involved. He made guy after guy miss and he showed great acceleration. On the smaller (5-8, 180 pound range) side, but shined in this setting.
Austin King, 2015 QB, Alpharetta (Ga.)
Consistency was what King was Sunday. He was the sharpest of the quarterbacks in terms of accuracy and he threw a very catchable ball all afternoon. Not an elite arm, but he throws on time and in the right spot for the wideout to make a play on the ball. He threw the best deep balls all day.
Rico Merriweather, 2015 S, Augusta (Ga.) Laney
Michigan State has done a very good job of dropping into the south and finding sleepers over the years. It is the only school to offer Merriweather to this point, but more will. He is an athlete who could play safety or linebacker in college. He has good length and was solid in coverage at safety Sunday.
Isaac Nickson, 2015 DT, Brundidge (Ala.) North Pike
The defensive line unit was stacked at this camp, but Nickson did not go unnoticed. He has zero offers today, but the 6-foot-3, 247 pound will draw many looks in the coming months. He has good length, he is athletic, and he is strong. Looks like a strongside end on the next level.
John Garcia and Scott Kennedy contributed to this feature.
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