Mill Creek quarterback Daniel David got a little bit more of that on Sunday.
The rising senior took top honors at his position in Sunday's MVP Camp at Central Gwinnett High School. He appeared poised the entire day, which consisted of zero rain - for the record. David was just one of many talented quarterbacks, but he was the most experienced. The 2015 prospect said some of his current offers include Coastal Carolina University and Middle Tennessee State University. He's also received offers from Tennessee, Troy, Southern Mississippi, Navy, Mississippi, Mercer and Gardner-Webb. He plans to take an unofficial visit to Middle Tennessee State's campus in Murfreesboro, Tenn. soon.
"I think he's a kid that's way under the radar," Scout.com National Recruiting Analyst Chad Simmons said. "I think he's kind of undervalued because of his height. People want to look at him being just barely six feet tall, but Aaron Murray was just six feet tall. I mean, he was pretty good."
While comparisons to Murray may appear bold at this point, Simmons says David has the tools to back them up.
"He's a very accurate passer. He has good arm strength," Simmons said. "He's athletic outside the pocket. He has good academics. He's not 6-foot-3, but he's still one of the better quarterbacks in the south."
Cut-and-dried, David was the best quarterback in Sunday's camp. However, he had some close competition. Cartersville High's Trevor Lawrence just finished the eighth grade, but he's already receiving some considerable attention from SEC schools.
"He's already somewhat known," Simmons said. "Georgia knows who he is. Tennessee has heard about him. He's coming out of middle school, but people in the area and that area of Cartersville know who he is."
Lawrence is simply a gamer.
"To me he's young, but it will be hard to keep him off the field. He's that type of quarterback that gets it," Simmons said. "He's still raw, obviously. He's coming out of middle school. I haven't seen a lot of different defenses thrown at him yet, haven't seen the speed of a varsity game (and) stuff like that, but when you see a kid that's 6-foot-3 plus, big hands, a big arm, takes coaching well (and) throws some beautiful spiral passes, there's so much upside."
Someone has to protect those quarterbacks, though.
Forrest Evans, a rising junior out of Walton High, earned the honor of top offensive lineman Sunday.
This was Evans' first MVP Camp, and his first individual camp overall for that matter. The event left Evans with a desire for more competition in the near future.
"It was fun, I learned a lot (and) I loved the one-on-ones," Evans said. "I'm going to other college camps this summer. I'm starting off with Alabama two weeks from now; probably go to Georgia and some other schools."
While Evans has yet to receive a college scholarship offer yet, he has spoken to schools. He, along with North Clayton safety and the camp's top defensive back, Kindle Vildor, can only stand to gain from their performances at Central Gwinnett.
"I think you always find guys like that at these kinds of camps," Simmons said. "A lot of exposure. The name's going to be out there. He doesn't have a profile on Scout.com - he (Evans) will by the end of tonight. He is a legit Division 1 prospect."
Let's not leave out the MVP Camp's top overall performer, Stockbridge linebacker Joshua Amanfo. Amanfo is no stranger to the MVP Camp. In fact, Amanfo was named top linebacker at the previous MVP Camp at Lovejoy High.
"What I liked about him today was probably his athleticism - the kid can run," Simmons said. "He definitely played his space. He's very comfortable running against running backs and tight ends. He chased down some balls deep down the field (and) had multiple interceptions."
Amanfo, too, has zero offers. Simmons predicts he will gain a great deal of attention following his past two MVP Camp appearances.
JQ Quimbley, a 2015 prospect out of Lee County, is another player who had an impressive day Sunday. Quimbley's performance earned him the top wide receiver/tight end award. He put up a great effort, and did it against talented defensive backs like Vildor.
Wrapping up Sunday's awards were top defensive lineman Joshua Long, a 2017 prospect out of Brookstone, and top running back Devyn Collins from Pepperell.