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Sonny Ship: Kameron Miles, Steven Mitchell and Chris Hawkins are working as punt returners for the West
Steve Wiltfong: Tony Stevens is the best looking WR on the hoof. Will announce Saturday between A&M, FSU and Ohio St. I like A&M.
Wiltfong: Mackensie Alexander also has a good looking base. Similar player to Fuller, just not as big. Clemson and A&M top two.
Perroni: Tyrone Swoopes is struggling a bit with intermediate throws
Perroni: Isaiah Golden is playing some DE. We are mainly just doing installation right now
Shipp: Ricky Seals-Jones looks the part physically but very raw as a receiver. Struggled to get seperation a couple of times and running sloppy routes.
Perroni: Josh Boutte is country strong. He just threw Isaiah Golden to the ground
Perroni: Tre'Davious White completely shut down Derrick Griffin in one on ones. The qb had to tuck it
Shipp: 1st 11v11 of the day and Hayden Rettig at QB with John Diarse and Ricky Seals-Jones at WR.
Perroni: Ricky Seals-Jones has been the favorite target for QBs so far but he has struggled with his hands
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Gracias. Similar updates from other sites. Also read Manning did well in 1 on 1s.
From the UA game...
Gerry: Shaq Wiggins running with every WR. Staying attached.
Gerry: Noel Ellis with a couple of nice recovery and PBU's in 7-on just now
Gerry: LSU commit Greg Gilmore powers right through A&M commit Joas Aguilar in 1-on's. drew a lot of praise
Chris Nee: Noel Ellis with a nice interception off a tipped ball.
Gerry: Current USC commit Sebastian LaRue having a good day in the slot. Creating ideal separation out of breaks.
No shit yer legs!
City Slickers? Bueller?
Thanks for these.
From the afternoon AA session:
Perroni: White with good coverage on Griffin but 6-7 is too hard to match with
Shipp: (someone asked him about Jake Oliver) He's the most polished of the West WRs. Catching everything smoothly and precise rouge runner.
Shipp: Torrodney Prevot is athletic but real skinny. Has the frame to add some good weight and a good pcikup for the Trojans.
Wiltfong: QBs struggling to get completions. Kendall Fuller and Nick Washington making plays as is Mackensie Alexander. FSU commit EJ Levenberry can run, looks like a three-down LB.
Gerry: Noel Ellis and Shaq Wiggins very smooth and fluid in their pedal in DB drills
Gerry: Texas A&M commit Noel Ellis as natural and reactive in drills as any CB.
Isn't Wiggins visiting the last weekend before signing day? if so, there's your alternative to MA if we don't get him
Perroni: Swoopes seems to be lacking confidence today. He's checking down to the short receiver almost every time
Perroni: Next play Swoopes overthrows Torii Hunter deep by about 15 yards
Wiltfong: Tyler Boyd climbs the ladder and posters Mackensie Alexander.
Perroni: Seals-Jones just beat Tahaan Goodman deep. Showed good speed for his size
Also of note, it looks like Tori Hunter Jr. seriously hurt his leg. Possible torn Quad. Sucks.
Gerry: Texas A&M commit Joas Aguilar strong with the punch, but has struggled laterally and mirroring this far through two days
Gerry: Isaac Saiivanea with a big hit on Robert Foster closing inside out on a WR slip screen
Gerry: Sebastian LaRue nice diving catch on a speed out - working out of the slot. Texas A&M and ND visits scheduled
Gerry:Baylor commit Robbie Rhodes with a hellacious catch of a Kevin Olsen throw down the seam. One handed grab fully extended, ran threw the ball
Yep. Apparently very close with Jaquay. Someone asked Gerry about him the other day and he said he didn't think he was 100% to UGA, but he ultimately thought he would end up there.
Thanks Carson, keep'em coming!
When we get Stevens on Saturday, Larue will be told not to visit.
Larue may also be the best CB we may sign if we don't get MA... If he's willing to play D.
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Derrick Griffin with a nice fade route TD over Antwuan Davis
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Mackensie Alexander has excellent footwork. Very technically sound.
Per Wiltfong: Standouts from 11-on-11 includes Kenny Bigelow, Jonathan Allen, EJ Levenberry, Tray Matthews and Mackensie Alexander.
On offense Laremy Tunsil, Christian Morris, Brandon Kublanow, Tony Stevens.
From Semper Fi
JC Shurburtt: Oklahoma drill (my favorite)- great plays by Reggie Chevis and OL Kenny Lacy.
Shurburtt: Baylor commit Rami Hammad just stalemated Deon Hollins Jr., who has been a tough out this week. Washington is going to have a great DL in a few years. Qualls and (Daeshon) Hall are dominant.
Shurtburtt: LSU commit Christian LaCouture just blew up Kenny Lacy in one on one drills. Strength is his specialty.
Shurburtt: Will have a top 10 from the West later today, but the defensive linemen- Qualls, LaCouture, Hall- were outstanding.
Shurburtt: (Dman asked about Chevis) I was impressed with him today. He moves well laterally and has plus athleticism for his size.
From Gerry's Day 2 Surprises
-- Texas A&M commitment Noel Ellis (New Orleans, La./Edna Karr) has been as a fluid in his pedal, and instantly reactive with his feet and hands. While there are better pure athletes playing the position, Ellis continues to show his instincts and reactions are among the best in the class at his position.
- Ohio State commitment Cameron Burroughs (Trotwood, Oh./Trotwood-Madison) impressed with sound footwork and fluid movement Tuesday. In drills, the 6-foot-0, 205-pounder joined Texas A&M commitment Noel Ellis (New Orleans, La./Edna Karr) as the top defensive backs in terms of smooth pedal and change of direction flipping the hips.
Day 3: AA not practicing today. UA is though.
Sounds like Noel and Robbie Rhodes are going at it today.
Gerry: Robbie Rhodes a blur off the line, beats Texas A&M commit Noel Ellis' press coverage - makes a nice grab with Ellis' hands in his vision. Then bursts up the field
Gerry: Noel Ellis with attached coverage on a deep slant by Robbie Rhodes. Ball low and behind.
Gerry: Robbie Rhodes comes back and makes a nice snag of a stop route with Noel Ellis all over him. Good showing for Rhodes today.
Gerry: Reuben Foster just lit up USC commit Sebastian LaRue on a shallow crosser. Yikes
Gerry: Baylor commit Robbie Rhodes glides past Noel Ellis on a post route. Kevin Olsen way overthrown - was a TD
Gerry: Alabama commit DeMarcus Walker whips Texas A&M commit Joas Aguliar on back to back 1-on-1's
Gerry: Vonn Bell with blanket coverage on Laqvionte Gonzalez. In his hip in 7-ons
Gerry: Noel Ellis has been solid in coverage all week. His vision and feel impress
Gerry: Sebastian LaRue with nice body control and hands out of the slot on a dart thrown behind him in team. LaRue doesn't lack for confidence
sorry didn't see this before i posted the other thread. Thanks for doing it.
Gerry loves talking about A&M commits praise his bias.
I hate Gerry. He's such a typical sip.
Sounds like Joas has had a tough week.
Don't think he's very polished yet.
From Gerry's Best By Position article at the UA game
Keith Ford, Cypress (Texas) Cypress Ranch
This position was a tough one to choose with five backs truly standing out, but the nod goes to Oklahoma commitment Keith Ford.. The 5-foot-11, 203-pounder has consistently shown his excellent feet in the hole, vision and ability to cleanly catch the football over three days. This is a position in which all backs have had their moments, and shown versatility in the passing game.
-Noel Ellis was considered for best CB. 5* Vernon Hargreaves was named the best though.
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