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.
Kyle Akin, 2015 QB, Jackson (Tenn.) Trinity Christian
Akin stood tall in the pocket and he put ball where it needed to be for receivers to make a play on it. He showed nice touch, a high release and his throwing consistency stood out Sunday.
Nigel Anderson, 2015 RB, Reserve (La.) East Saint John
A bigger back and well put together, but Anderson still ran and cut with quickness. He left some linebackers reaching for air with his cuts. He has a few offers right now, but should see his recruitment pick up soon.
Eric Banks, 2016 QB, Memphis (Tenn.) East
He is close to 6-foot-4, so he has the size, and he threw a good ball Sunday. Banks showcased a high release, nice spin, and receivers liked catching his ball.
Gardner Minshew, 2015 QB, Brandon (Miss.) High
Minshew only has a few offers, but do not let that fool you, this young man is talented. He was zipping the ball to his receivers all afternoon, he got rid of the ball in a hurry, and he was accurate on short, intermediate, and deep passes. He spins is well and his balls are easy to receive, just some of the qualities that helped him snag MVP honors for the position.
Tre Nation, 2016 RB, Leeds (Ala.) High
Can plant the foot and burst up the field, which he showed all afternoon long en route to running back MVP honors. Nation was tough to stop one-on-one against the linebackers and he showed good agility and quickness on Sunday.
Terelle West, 2015 RB, Pinson (Ala.) Clay-Chalkville
West is very quick, with a nice burst, and can change direction well. Despite a small frame, he's stronger than some think too. He has the chance to blow up as a senior now that he's the lead back for one of the top schools in the Birmingham area.
Chad Simmons contributed to this report.
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