The following prospects are listed alphabetically, and only appear because of their performance on Sunday with Scout in attendance. Recruiting standing and/or ranking have nothing to do with the group.
Malik Dear, 2015 WR, Jackson (Miss.) Murrah
Dear plays quarterback in high school because he is so dangerous with the ball in his hands. He showed very good feet and quickness in the drills and he is an athlete who will help the team he signs with in many ways.
Jamal Evans, 2015 WR, Kenner (La.) Bonnabel
While not the biggest wideout on this list, Evans makes his cuts and great acceleration look easy on the football field. He seemingly glides in and out of breaks, and has that third-gear to separate from defenders down the field, and he showed it all afternoon long.
Van Jefferson, 2015 WR, Brentwood (Tenn.) Ravenwood
Jefferson was almost flawless Sunday afternoon. The senior wideout is smooth and clearly the best route runner and technical wideout there. He was the MVP at his position and that was likely an easy call for the Student Sports staff.
Jonathan Johnson, 2015 WR, Memphis (Tenn.) Melrose
Explosive athlete who will be a weapon in the slot and on special teams. Was very tough to slow down Sunday and was one of the top wide receivers there.
Dontea Jones, 2015 WR, Louisville (Miss.)
Jones is a big (6-foot-5, 220 pound) wide receiver, but he really moves well for his size. He was pretty fluid in the drills, then showed he could get open in the pass skeleton. He used his size, his used his length and this is a good get for the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
Jalen Harris, 2015 TE, Montgomery (Ala.) St. James
A true tight end who is more of a pass-catcher than blocker. Showed good hands, can catch the ball in traffic, and he uses his size to his advantage. Harris was also quicker in his cuts than we've seen in the past, likely because he trimmed about 15 pounds from his frame this spring.
TaQuon Marshall, 2015 WR, Hamilton (Ga.) Harris County
A definite top five wide receiver Sunday. He was very quick out of his breaks and was smooth through the agility drills. Under six feet, so he could get recruited as a wide receiver and/or corner. Ball skills are a strength, too.
Jonas Spivey, 2015 WR, Bay Springs (Miss.) High
Another athlete who can do a lot with the ball in his hand. Showed very good fluidity, he has good size, and despite playing a lot of quarterback in high school, he will end up at wideout or defensive back on the next level.
Anfernee Sullivan, 2015 WR, Taylorsville (Miss.) High
Long and likes to go up and get the ball. Long strider who covered a lot of ground quickly. More of a redzone guy right now, and it showed against multiple defenders.
Deddrick Thomas, 2015 WR, Memphis (Tenn.) Central
Thomas looks like a guy who would be best on slip screens and underneath routes, but he showed speed to get behind corners Sunday. He is sneaky fast, very quick off the line, and corners were burned consistently by Thomas. He added Mississippi State to his offer list Sunday and he now has 11 total.
Chad Simmons contributed to this report.
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