SCOUT All-NFTC Selection - Malik Jefferson
Jefferson was named the LB MVp at the Dallas stop and posted a top five Sparq, earning an invite to The Opening in July.
Jefferson, who was all smiles the whole day of the rainy and dreary camp, was disappointed in his 4.56 40-yard dash, one of the camp's top times.
He was possibly the top talent at either camp and is rated as the No. 1 prospect in Texas for the 2014 recruiting class per Scout.
He has a coast-to-coast offer list, reporting more than 30.
SCOUT All-NFTC Selection - Cameron Townsend
He fell just short of the LB MVP honors, but for us he was the top LB prospect at the camp in Houston.
Townsend is well put together and is now over 200 pounds, checking in at 6'1, 202. He is lightning quick off the ball as his 4.63 40-yard dash suggests.
He had a great attitude and looked like a leader in the drill work.
Townsend has double digit offers and is a Scout four-star prospect.
The Best of the Rest
- McKinley Mitchell from Plano (Texas) West is the next in the Mitchel line to keep an eye on. He has a bit more length than his brother Mike, but still puts up those dominating performance in the testing and on the field. He had a 112.71 Sparq, good for a top five finish. Has an offer from Baylor.
- Michael Divinity from John Ehret (La.) High was one of the best overall linebackers regardless of class. Good size as well as the ability to move around in the open field. I am willing to bet that he is a whole lot of fun to watch in football pads. He just looks like a hitter.
- Spencer Choka from Rudder (Texas) High is a name you may want to familiarize yourself with. He took home LB MVP honors in Houston after a dominating Sparq performance and strong showing in the drills. 6'0, 218 with a 4.65 40-yard and 4.35 pro-shuttle is impressive.
- Justice Williams from Frisco (Texas) Wakeland is a very athletic specimen at linebacker. He runs like an offensive player, and when you consider he was the team's leading receiver it makes sense. He has a lot of upside.
- Alec Dunham from Coldspring-Oakhurst (Texas) High is still coming off an ACL injury, but showed a lot by competing and competing strongly. Committed to TCU.
- D'Vonta Hinton from Texas City (Texas) High was not the biggest recruit at 5'10, 215, but is someone who plays with passion and energy. After the camp he committed to Texas Tech.
- Semaj Thomas from Fort Worth (Texas) Southwest has a nice frame. He checked in at 6'1, 231 and has the look of a true middle linebacker recruit. He will be a real specimen in a couple of years. Like Dunham, a TCU commit.
- Za'Carrius Green from Duncanville (Texas) High is another prospect who captures the eye. Not tall, but very speedy and great footwork who he has what it takes to be that new age backer who can cover and tackle.
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