There was talent of what seemed to be all ages there Sunday, but we will stick with high school football players in this feature.
There were many that shined Sunday, but these 10 stood out most to Scout.
Josh Amanfo | 2015 LB | Stockbridge
This young man can run. He was running with running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends Sunday winning all but one rep out of about 20. He is very good in space and he could be looked at as a strong safety on the next level. No offers yet, but that will change.
Daniel David | 2015 QB | Mill Creek
David was sharp Sunday as he is most of the time. He is a consistent passer and more mobile than some think. He is a headsy quarterback who can be successful on the next level. He has a good arm, he anticipates well, and he could be a steal for someone.
JaQua Daniels | 2016 RB | Clarke Central
A big (6-foot-2, 212 pounds) back and colleges are liking these big backs more and more. He has a nice initial burst and he is fluid for a back of his size. He also showed time after time that he can receive the ball well.
Forrest Evans | 2016 OL | Walton
The defensive line unit was very strong Sunday and not many offensive linemen had success at this camp in the 1on1s, but Evans did. He worked at tackle, but likely best suited for guard, possibly center on the next level. He is 6-2, 268 pounds.
Trevor Lawrence | 2018 QB | Cartersville
Yes, you read that right, Lawrence is in the class of 2018, but you would not know if you saw him. He is 6-4, 171 pounds with a live arm. He threw some beautiful deep balls Sunday and he has a chance to be top prospect in his class. He is still raw, but the upside is limitless.
MyKelle McDaniel | 2016 DL | Grayson
Grayson has had some top defensive linemen over the years including five-star Robert Nkemdiche, the No. 1 prospect in the country a couple of years ago. McDaniel is next in line. He is athletic and he is starting to fill out his frame. McDaniel checked in at 6-5, 256 pounds Sunday and he will get bigger. He could be a strong-side end on the next level, but likely will be primarily recruited as a future three-technique. Has four offers early on.
Trey Peppers | 2015 TE/H-Back | Creekview
Peppers is starting to draw some interest and it should continue to pick up into the fall. He is a tough football player who can block to seal the edge or catch the ball in the flats. He is a versatile kid who has shown he can catch, he can block, and he can play football.
Fundrail Quimbley | 2015 Slot | Lee County
Other wide receivers that look to win awards at the MVP Camp are happy Quimbley is done. He not only won the Top Wide Receiver award Sunday, but he won it in Atlanta and Valdosta earlier this year. Three different sets of coaches picked him out each time. He is a quick and shifty slot type receiver who is tough to cover. He catches everything thrown his way and he has great change of direction.
Tyshun Render | 2015 Hybrid | Westlake
The more coaches that get out to Westlake this fall, the more offers Render will have. He is a 6-4, 218 pound prospect who could be recruited as a rush end or an outside linebacker. He will likely end up playing with his hand down on the next level. He showed flashes of his ability Sunday and he is very intriguing. He is long, but very raw, and a prospect that needs some time to develop fundamentally.
Quintin Sanders | 2016 DT | Mitchell County
Do not sleep on South Georgia prospects. Sanders is one that has very strong hands, a great base, and above average strength for a rising-junior. He is 6-2, 280 pounds, and he has consistently run the 40-yard dash in the 5.15 second range. He is explosive and he was tough to handle Sunday. One to keep an eye on moving forward.
Kindle Vildor | 2016 S | North Clayton
Valdor was smooth in coverage and throughout the drills Sunday. He really opened up his hips well and ran with the receivers. Looks like a natural safety, but could get some looks at corner with his size (6-0, 170 pounds). No offers yet.