Anthony Ratliff, 2015 QB, Matthews (N.C.) Butler
This North Carolina commitment is simply getting better and better, throwing with a lot more confidence the more Scout sees him, but his velocity has always stood out. Ratliff also impressed with his arm while throwing on the run and showed natural leadership skills among the group.
Nyheim Hines, 2015 RB, Garner (N.C.) High
It is just fun to watch this young man do his thing. He is explosive and he doesn't lose a step when re-directing. He has added some good weight to his frame and he is still as quick as they come. He did everything well Saturday and was one of the running backs that gave linebackers fits.
William Cameron, 2015 RB, Durham (N.C.) Southern
Shifty best describes this West Virginia commitment in the open field, and he stole the show during the "cat and mouse" drill in particular on Saturday. He created plenty of oohs and ahhs with his cuts, even making multiple defenders fall down in the process.
Emanuel McGirt, 2015 OT, Durham (N.C.) Hillside
Passing the look test upon arrival was only the beginning, as the junior backed it up with a steady performance in one-on-one competition despite the not-so-ideal elements. McGirt's stock has risen of late, and his Saturday was another step in the right direction at 6-foot-5, 270 pounds.
Brian Chaffin, 2015 C, Charlotte (N.C.) Christian
This center was the most consistent and reliable offensive lineman at this event. He has a strong base, he showed very good balance in contact, and he gets after it. He is a natural leader, he made those around him better Saturday, and Chaffin is one of the top center prospects in the country.
Markeyvious Adams, 2015 WR, Greenwood (S.C.) High
One of the most impressive wideouts and the top big receiver at this event. He is in that 6-foot-4 range and he really ran good routes and caught the ball well. He set the defensive backs up, he got separation, and he snatched the ball out of the air well. He has very strong hands, size you cannot coach, and he has five offers now, that list will grow soon.
Kyle Horton, 2015 WR, Mallard Creek (N.C.) High
As steady as it got on the outside was Horton, coming off of a state champion season at Mallard Creek. He sets up his defenders well no matter where he lines up, shows good enough acceleration to separate and routinely snags passes with soft hands. Horton isn't the biggest target, but his savvy and football IQ may enable him to play inside or out at the next level.
Michael Holmes, 2015 TE, Charlotte (N.C.) Victory Christian
His pace is impressive either as a receiver or defensive end, and he has the ability to play either at the next level. But Holmes worked on offense on this day and created considerable separation from defenders and finished routes with strong catches with his hands extended on and equally impressive 6-foot-5, 220-pound frame.
Michael Clark, Scott Kennedy and Chad Simmons contributed to this report.
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