Orlando MVP Camp: Elite 1on1s

OL James Hamilton

ORLANDO, Fla. – At the end of every MVP Camp, each prospect wants to hear their name called out in front of everyone. If they hear their name, that means they have been selected to compete in the elite 1on1s as camp closes out. Find out who heard their name called in Orlando right here.

Quarterbacks

Hunter Boyett – Westminster – 2014
Jadrian Clark – Lakeland – 2012
Bennie Coney – Plant City – 2012
Pete DiNovo – East Lake – 2013
Ronald Butler – Lincoln – 2012
Louie Pappas – Tarpon Springs – 2012
Brice Ramsey – Camden County (GA) – 2013
Greg Windham – Tampa King – 2012

Best of the Best: Brice Ramsey: He showed a live arm, great accuracy during the elite 1on1s, and a quick release.

Running Backs

Quadrey Boyd – Trinity Catholic – 2012
Tarean Folston – Cocoa – 2013
Derrick Henry – Yulee – 2013
James Millen – Treasure Coast – 2012
Dazmond Patterson – Plant City – 2012
Michael Randle – Alpharetta – 2013
Lakeith Wilson – George Jenkins – 2012

Best of the Best: Dazmond Patterson: He was solid throughout the drills, he showed soft hands in the 1on1s, and his quickness makes him extremely tough to defend out of the backfield.

Wide Receivers/Tight Ends

Richard Benjamin – Middleton – 2013
James Brooks – Forest – 2012
Travares Copeland – Treasure Coast – 2012
Christian Google – West Orange – 2012
Trey Griffey – Dr. Phillips – 2012
Chris Murray – Tampa King – 2012
Kelvin Rainey – Yulee – 2012
Lamarlin Wiggins – Plant City – 2012

Best of the Best: Travares Copeland: He was the top athlete and overall top performer on the field Saturday. He is a quarterback by day and an athlete by night. As good as he was at receiver in this camp, he could develop into an even better corner down the road.

Offensive Linemen

James Hamilton – Olympia – 2012
Justin Haymes – OL – Alpharetta (GA) – 2013
Logan McNeil – OL – Lakewood – 2013
Michael Muns – Swainsboro (GA) – 2012
Glenn Nichols – Lake Gibson – 2012
Chris Sadler – Lake Gibson – 2012
August Schmidt – Lake Gibson – 2012
Adam Stickel – Osceola – 2012
DeAndre Wise – Alpharetta – 2013

Best of the Best: James Hamilton: There was some good OLs in this group and a number performed well, but none performed like Hamilton. He was so dominant during the elite 1on1 session that he pushed Copeland for the overall Top Performer. If he can control his weight, he will be an All-Conference type on the next level.

Defensive Linemen

Byran Attaway – Camden County (GA) – 2012
Khadarrius Cleveland – Clinch County (GA) – 2012
Kaseem Edman – Dr. Phillips – 2012
James Gelsey – Camdeon County (GA) – 2012
Dwayne Hoilett – Vero Beach – 2012
Michael Mins – Dr. Phillips – 2012
Cameron Napier – Palm Beach – 2012
Kennard Swanson – Lake Gibson – 2013
Kenneth White – Clinch County (GA) – 2012

Best of the Best: Kaseem Edman: One he got going, he took off during this camp. He is raw in technique, but very athletic with good size, and he learned on the run. He has only played football for one year, so his best days are ahead of him.

Linebackers

Kenneth Bynum – Raines – 2012
Terrell Cason – Cairo – 2012
Evan Harvey – Dwyer – 2013
Paul Davis – Cairo (GA) – 2013
Jonathon General – Trinity Catholic – 2012
Patrick Jean – Treasure Coast – 2012
Quinton Powell – Mainland – 2013

Best of the Best: Evan Harvey: This sophomore backer was just up there with the best of them at each station. He moves well side to side, he was solid in coverage, and he played at a good speed.

Defensive Backs

D.J. Alexander – Lakewood – 2013
Zach Camp – Yulee – 2012
T.J. Gurley – Cairo (GA) – 2012
Antwan Jones – Homestead – 2012
Damonte Jones – Trinity Catholic – 2013
Jamonte Jones – Trinity Catholic – 2013
Ezra Robinson – Booker – 2012
Tyler Serpo – Countryside – 2013
Kwamane Washington – Cocoa – 2013
P.J. Williams – Vangard – 2012

Best of the Best: P.J. Williams: This was a very strong field, one of the strongest in the entire camp, but Williams came out on top. He showed very good cover skills for a safety, and he did a nice job of making plays on the ball when it was in the air.

The next stop for the MVP Camp circuit is in Atlanta. There was a lot of talent in Orlando, but we expect to be in Atlanta. A handful of guys mentioned in this feature will be competing in Atlanta on March 26 as well.

Chad Simmons started out with Scout in 2003 covering top talent in Georgia and other areas in the South. He then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become Southeast Recruiting Manager.
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