SCOUT All-NFTC Selection - Erik McCoy
This was a coming out party of sorts for the lineman from Lufkin (Texas) High. McCoy took home OL MVP honors in Houston.
He took on all comers in the one-on-one session and came out the king of the hill. Oklahoma State offered in the days immediately after.
Checking in at 6'4, 311 he would be a great guard candidate.
SCOUT All-NFTC Selection - Patrick Vahe
Vahe is a well schooled and versatile offensive lineman. He is a shade under 6'3, so he will play interior in college. He can also center snap.
The Texas Longhorn commit from Euless (Texas) Trinity took home OL MVP honors in Dallas.
He posted a respectable 83.46 in the Sparq testing with a 4.94 pro-shuttle.
He was athletic in the drills and showed his discipline and technique. He dominated in the one-on-ones.
SCOUT All-NFTC Selection - Jerry Tillery
Tillery had tremendous testing numbers and a strong performance in the one-on-ones. He posted a 91.59 Sparq rating with 4.69 pro-shuttle and a 5.05 40-yard dash.
He plays offensive tackle, but could easily play inside at guard with his size and frame. He has very quick feet and did not look out of position at tackle.
The Notre Dame commitment earned an invite to The Opening.
The Best of the Rest
- Madison Akamnonu from Arlington (Texas) Bowie may have as much upside as any player on the offensive line in the state. He is just coming in to his own physically and strengthwise, but is very quick in space, and his quickest shuttle time for all OL in Texas proves the skills. A true tackle prospect. Has double digit offer list now with schools like Texas Tech, Missouri and Kansas State standing out.
- Josh Wariboko from Oklahoma City (Okla.) Casady is a real impressive specimen. He is huge at 6'3.5, 330, but moves extremely well for a player with his size. He showded up well in testing with his 4.69 shuttle, one of the best times for an OL and certainly one with his size. One of the premiere guard prospects in America. He is committed to Oklahoma.
- Trevor Elbert from Rockwall (Texas) Heath made it to the final five of the OL vs. DL best on best and was one of the premiere tackle prospects at either camp. He is committed to Texas A&M.
- Tyler Moore from Galena Park (Texas) North Shore is massive, and that may be an understatement. He is hard to move, but fun to watch. He is aggressive and passionate in the one-on-ones and held his own against the best defensive tackles. Could end up as a guard or a center. Has one offer from Louisiana Tech.
SCOUT All-Texas NFTC Roster
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