On Saturday May 8th in Rome, Ga. MVP Camp made its 2nd stop of the 2010 season. The camp had its share of the "big" names in players such as Christian Conley, Amarlo Herrera, David Andrews, Grady Jarrett and others.
This camp was also full of propects that were out to make a name for themselves and several did that on Saturday.
Tony Daniel - QB South Paulding HS- A combine/camp vet Daniel is legit 6'5" pro style qb with a big arm. Daniel threw the ball very well on Saturday and easily one of the top two quarterbacks there. His coach told me that he expects Arizona State, Buffalo and others to come by to see Daniel during spring practice this week. Daniel will have a big season for Coach Tim Glanton at South Paulding.
Jake Nix- FS Armuchee HS- Nix who is 6'1" and 200 lbs Safety that made some plays in group work. He was chosen to the elite one on one's at the end where he made a nice play to make a interception.
Gunnar Bromelow- OL- Alpharetta HS- Bromelow has a long frame at 6'5" and he showed me how tough he was dislocating a finger and still competed the rest of the day. Bromelow has good hands,he just needs to work on his footwork and gain a few pounds. Bromelow is a solid D1 prospect as a OT.
Dallas Joiner- LB Westminster School- Joiner is a bit undersized at 6ft and 200lbs but he has a very good nose for the football and closes well in space. Watching his highlight tape Joiner is a sure tackler and will be a very solid player on the next level. Joiner should have a very good Senior season.
Quinteze Williams- OT Westlake HS- Williams has maybe the best intial punch of any lineman I have seen in the MVP Camp tour this season. This 2012 prospect is already 6'5" and will be a major college prospect in two seasons as a OT.
Dustin Christian- RB Calhoun HS- Christian burst on the scene as a Soph two years ago and has been a workhorse for Calhoun. With the departure of Nash Nance, Da' Rick Rogers look for Christian to really make a name for himself. He already has one offer from East Carolina, but I look for a few more when it is all said and done.