This four-star wide receiver prospect is committed to a Pac 10 school right now but Miami is making…
Scouting GK: West Offense
The Players: QB: Michael Bercovici RB's: Harvey Langi and Amir Carlisle WR's: Victor Blackwell, Devon Blackmon, Kasen Williams, and Brandin Cooks TE: Austin Seferian-Jenkins Top Performer: Blackwell. The West had an offense that was able to move the football pretty well. In fact, they were the only team to score a single point on the Southeast team and Blackwell was a major reason why. He was the most productive wide receiver on any of the teams throughout the weekend. He was able to find ways to get open underneath and deep, he caught everything thrown at him, and he just seemed to find a way to make big catches when his team needed him most. Top Prospect: Blackwell. At 6-foot-1, he runs excellent routes, runs pretty well, has excellent body control, and competes at a high level. Williams is a five-star on Scout but when the West team needed to make a play, they went to Blackwell and he delivered. He looked more polished and explosive than Williams and had the look of a big time prospect. USC is getting a real good one. Other Notes: Bercovici, like all the quarterbacks, had his moments. He looked good at times and shaky at others. Having Blackwell, Williams, and Seferian-Jenkins to throw to really helped. Carlisle suffered a concussion in the first game and missed the rest. Langi is a big kid who runs around fairly well. Williams seems to have all the physical tools but just didn't make the plays you expected him to. Cooks was good early on but faded late. Blackmon made plays here and there but nothing special. Seferian-Jenkins is very big and very athletic and even though he caught some balls, I could see him growing into an offensive lineman in college.
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