The Opening: Day Two Top Ten Offense

The Opening: Day Two Top Ten Offense

Many prospects on the offensive of the ball stood out to Scout on day two and here are our top ten...

Deon Cain - WR - Tampa (Fla.) Tampa Tech
Cain was quick off the line of scrimmage and got a release consistently, which is saying something since he plays quarterback in high school. He used his hands well and accelerated down the field, got in and out of his breaks well and caught nearly everything thrown his way.

C.J. Conrad - TE - LaGrange (Ohio) Keystone
Conrad had a nice day. He's not a burner at the tight end position but he has a nice frame, long arm and soft hands. Conrad did a nice job of running routes and finding holes in the defense.

Donte Jackson - WR - Jefferson (La.) Riverdale
Jackson is known as a cornerback, but he played slot receiver and was fantastic. He had good ball skills, was cat quick on his breaks and fearless in traffic. He was able to get behind the defense, and also ran precise routes.

Van Jefferson - WR - Brentwood (Tenn.) Ravenwood
Jefferson is a 6-foot-2 wide receiver that made some big plays. He has good speed and length and showed he can climb the later and get the football.

Ray Ray McCloud - ATH - Tampa (Fla.) Sickles
The
Florida athlete showed speed all over the field. He is perfect for this event due to his quickness, hands, and elusiveness. He made plays underneath and down the field.

Kirk Merritt - ATH - Destrehan (La.)
Built like a running back, Merritt shows all the skills of an elite receiver: speed, body control and hands.

Josh Rosen - QB - Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco
Rosen is capable of making throws that no one else on the field can make. He was under control and accurate. He makes things look easy, and I believe that rubs some of the counselors the wrong way who hand out the Elite 11 Rankings every day from the staff. Because he was easily one of the top two or three quarterbacks here.

Jarrett Stidham – QB - Stephensonville (Texas)
It is easy to pick quarterbacks in the 7v7 competition, because they are the guys relied on to make the plays and Stidham made a ton of them. He has a high quality arm with the strength to make all of the throws. I loved the way that he was able to work the middle of the field fearlessly, hooking up often with receiver Cordell Broadus.

Fred Ulu-Perry - C - Honololu (Hawaii) St. Louis
Beat Kahlil McKenzie in consecutive reps, showed the nice lower base he’s known for, good strength and feet he keeps moving the whole time.

Brady White - QB - Newhall (Calif.) Hart
White was on the mark, especially early in the day. He was spinning it to perfection, throwing beautiful passes, especially on deep routes. White looks very comfortable in this setting.

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Greg Biggins, Brian Dohn, John Garcia, Brandon Huffman, Scott Kennedy, Jamie Newberg, Greg Powers, and Allen Trieu contributed to this.

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