Dylan Moses, 2017 RB/LB, Baton Rouge (La.) University Lab
The 6-foot-1, 225-pound Moses was as physically impressive on the hoof as any prospect at the event, regardless of classification. He worked with the running backs and the linebackers, displaying speed, burst, power, and body control on both sides of the ball. The early LSU commit garnered camp co-MVP status along with Mesquite (Texas) Poteet five-star 2015 linebacker Malik Jefferson from Scout.com national analyst Greg Powers.
Camron Williams. 2016 TE/WR, Dallas Woodrow Wilson
In a field full of big-framed pass-catchers -- five-star receiver DaMarkus Lodge, four-star tight end Will Gragg, four-star tight end Jamario Bell, and 6-foot-3, 200-pound receiver Denver Johnson, among others -- 2016 prospect Camron Williams from Dallas made his presence felt as well. Williams is at least 6-foot-3 and approaching 200 pounds. He competed with the tight ends Saturday, but has the athleticism to potentially project as a receiver at the next level. He's definitely one to watch the next two Texas high school football seasons.
Bailey Phillips, 2016 CB, West Mesquite (Texas)
Plenty of FBS-level programs already know about Phillips, who measured 5-foot-9, 161 pounds at Saturday's camp. Phillips joined West Mesquite 2015 cornerback teammate Josh Butler as two of the more impressive cover men at the Dallas NFTC. Phillips isn't the largest cornerback you'll find, but he plays bigger than he is thanks to a physical nature and good instincts.
Ronnell Wilson, 2016 LB, Abilene (Texas)
Wilson already possesses good size for a middle linebacker prospect at 6 feet and almost 240 pounds. He competed in a strong linebacker group that included the aforementioned Jefferson and, at times, Moses, in addition to Plano (Texas) East's Austin Corbett and Fort Worth Southwest's Semaj Thomas, among others. Nevertheless, Wilson held his own and competed hard, even in position-specific work. He definitely looks the part of a run-stopper, but he displayed adequate back-pedal ability and athleticism in coverage drills.
Devin Williams, 2016 QB, Mansfield (Texas) Timberview
Williams was well-known entering Saturday's camp thanks to a sophomore season at Fort Worth Southwest that saw him throw for almost 3,200 yards and 34 scores. Just like he did this past fall, Williams performed well Saturday. He may be undersized, but he has a big arm and he's a smooth athlete. Williams threw with good velocity, and his deep balls outside the numbers looked effortless and were consistently well-placed.
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