There was no debating the back that created the most reaction on Saturday, and it was Cameron. He blew up the cat and mouse drill with multiple ankle-breaking cuts, causing more than one defender to fall down in the process. As a receiver, he was just as good, skying over one highly rated prospect for six points down the field, while proving fairly reliable underneath.
Nathan Cottrell, 2015 RB, Knoxville (Tenn.) West
Speed and acceleration made this Tennessee prospect the Nike SPARQ champion of the last few weeks, with a sub four second shuttle and sub 4.4 second 40-yard dash. While his burst and top-end speed, and getting to that point quickly, is his best asset, it's not the only one. Cottrell made considerable defenders miss on Saturday as both a runner and receiver.
Elijah Deveaux, 2016 RB, Charlotte (N.C.) Charlotte Christian
Deveaux is a powerful runner, who looks to have added 15 to 20 pounds of muscle in the offseason. Despite adding the weight, he actually looked to be quicker and was very fluid in drills. Deveaux also proved to be a dependable receiver out of the backfield, running good routes and catching the ball away from his body.
Reggie Gallaspy, 2015 RB, Greensboro (N.C.) Southern
Gallapsy looked noticeably slimmer on Saturday. While there is no mistake he is a power back, Gallaspy showed good agility in drills and showed a good burst. He also looked comfortable catching the ball.
Nyheim Hines, 2015 RB, Garner (N.C.)
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.
Bryce Love, 2015 RB, Wake Forest (N.C.)
Speed, speed, and speed. Love needs to add weight and improve on his blocking, but he was tough to match up with out of the backfield. He has a nice burst and he accelerates very well. He showed the ability to catch the ball and make quick cuts.
Benjamin Lemay, 2016 RB, Matthews (N.C.) Butler
Lemay is a prospect that just continues to improve. Throughout the camp, he showed the ability to do many things. Lemay displayed quick feet, impressive power and improved speed. He also looked to be in tremendous physical shape, which will be critical this fall, as he will be asked to shoulder an even bigger load for Butler.
Antonio Williams, 2016 RB, New London (N.C.) North Stanly
A huge running back with quick feet, Williams was winning reps in agility one-on-ones with the size to run over most of the linebackers in attendance. He's going to be a lot of fun to watch on the field the next two years.
Chad Simmons, John Garcia and Scott Kennedy contributed to this feature.
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