1. Keith Wells – For the second day in a row Wells claimed the top honor on the East because he was unstoppable regardless of who lined up at tackle on the left side of the line. He had great explosion and superb quickness, and none of the tackles were able to get any extension or really get a firm hand on him.
2. Brandon Boykin – The corners were aided by the heavy pressure from the defensive linemen but when the West quarterbacks had time to throw and went at Boykin’s side they did not have much luck. His technique was solid but what separates him from other good corners is his swivel hips.
3. Michael Shaw – All three backs from the East were impressive in their own right but Shaw showed the ability to get to the corner and turn it a couple of times and that’s no easy task with the talented ends and linebackers on the opposite side. As an added plus, he showed the best hands out of the backfield which makes him even more dangerous.
4. Corey Liuget – After playing mostly at end on Wednesday, Liuget played mostly inside at tackle and although he wants to play end on the next level he may have gotten a good taste of what the future holds. He is strong enough to play inside and he showed that his combination of power, quickness and leverage are tough to contain.
5. Earl Okine – His technique may be raw but his size and athletic ability make up for it. That will not hurt him at this level but once he moves on to the next step in his career he will not be able to rely on athleticism alone.
1. Jeffrey Fuller - Another day, another honor. Fuller is walking mismatch and today he was able to get open against whomever he lined up against. Fuller really gets off the line and into his route very quickly. He is very deliberate, but natural in his movements. He is has a very compact running style, with very little wasted motion.
2. Jamal Womble - With Carolina Blue bands on his lower legs, Jamal stated his case today. Womble was hitting the hole well and turning up field once he found an opening. He showed some very nice vision today and continued to eat up real estate after first contact.
3. Armond Armstead - Armstead seperated himself a bit from the pack today. He demonstrated a variety of moves and did a very nice job shedding blocks. On some plays Armond invaded the backfield essentially untouched.
4. Marvin Jones - Jones has some of the best footwork on the field. Marvin has the quickness to take a five yard hitch and turn it into a big play. He is not a player that is going to be caught from behind, so once he gets in the open field it's over. Marvin is taking this week seriously and it shows in his work on the field.
5. Datone Jones - Datone is listed as a defensive tackle, but he looks a lot more like a defensive end. End will likely be his college position. Jones is very inpressive physically and has the frame to pack on some muscle. Jones has has overpowered some of the O lineman in the one-on-ones. The appears to be a theme Datone is used to.