Brown, a member of the class of 2016, was a pretty easy choice for the defensive line MVP. Brown, quick edge rusher, still did a good job navigating through the mud and beating offensive tackles inside and outside. He has a lean frame and a lot if room to add good weight over the next two years before he graduates.
Christian Colon, 2016 DT, Charlotte (N.C.) Independence
Colon should see his recruitment take off this spring. He has a big body, but has good mobility as well. Colon can be a plugger at the next level and he looks to be one that could anywhere from a zero to three technique.
Jalen Cousar, 2015 DT, Matthews (N.C.) Butler
He is little undersized for the interior line, but compact, quick and strong. Cousar did a good job of keeping the offensive linemen's hands off of him, and had a deceptively quick swim and spin move to beat his man.
Will Engle, 2015 DE, Burlington (N.C.) Williams
Engle, a bigger defensive end with a good frame on him, has a lot of room to grow and already has good quickness off the line. He could end up a 3-4 type of defensive end with his size and strength.
Rhett Huddleston, 2015 DT, Charlotte (N.C.) Ardrey Kell
Huddleston didn't have far to go for the camp as it was held at his school. He beat his men with a quick first step and a tenacious rush. Huddleston is a high energy player whose quickness in close quarters overwhelmed linemen.
Emmanuel Olenga, 2015 DE, Charlotte (N.C.) Olympic
Raw, but intriguing prospect is this athletic defensive end. Impressive on the hoof, but has a ways to go in the technique department. Olenga showed strength and the ability to use his length. He has good quickness and is a raw athlete.
Chad Simmons, John Garcia and Scott Kennedy contributed to this feature.
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