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Cleveland, OH - Top Junior Performers

Courtesy: National Underclassmen Football Combine Staff
          Release: May 30, 2012
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Cleveland, OH 11th Grade NUC Schuman's Outstanding Performance List

Anthony Grayson

Trotwood Madison HS, OH, S, 5-8, 191, Overall MVP.

No wonder Trotwood Madison won the State Title. They are loaded with prospects. This safety is built similar to Bob Sanders. He put up solid testing numbers with a 4.73 40, 4.48 shuttle, 9-4 BJ, and 28-inch vertical. Grayson was physical and had ball skills.

Daniel Bailey

St. Peter Chanel, OH, WR, 5-11-1/2, 185, Combine King

Bailey put up some really nice testing numbers. He had a 4.59 40, 4.3 shuttle, 9-5 BJ, and a 31-inch vertical. He also showed the ability to get deep as a receiver.

Joshua Pierce

Elyria Catholic, OH, 6-1, 164, Co-WR MVP.

Pierce came into this camp looking to take reps as a corner, but he walked away with the top receiver award. He showed hops and explosion when he ran a 4.53 40, 4.36 shuttle and then had a broad jump that measured 10-feet. Soft hands and he could play either side of the ball.

Tyler Bolen

Parkersburg South HS, WV, QB, 6-1-1/2, 179, QB MVP.

Bolen has good height and a live arm. He had the most consistent accuracy and spin throughout the day. He is also able to buy more time in the pocket with a 4.32 shuttle, and 9-2 BJ.

Tyler Grover

Austintown-Fitch HS, OH, WR, 5-9, 175, Co-WR MVP

Grover was the other elite receiver in this camp. He is ideal for the slot position because of his change of direction and quickness. He ran a4.63 40, 4.28 shuttle and has a 33-nch vertical.

Zach Kordich

Walsh Jesuit HS, OH, RB, 5-10, 171, RB MVP

Kordich used his change of direction and head/shoulder fake to leave linebackers swiping at the wind. He had a 4.28 shuttle, and a 26-inch vertical.

Sam Groff

Sandy Valley HS, OH, LB, 5-11, 191, LB MVP

Groff was one of the few linebackers that could backpedal in space and then turn his hips and run with backs. He also has good lateral movement with his 4.37 shuttle.

Carlin Ray

John Hay HS, OH, CB, 5-8-1/2, 155, DB MVP.

This guy definitely has hips on a swivel with great recovery speed. Ray ran a 4.56 40, and a 4.3 shuttle. He did a great job of anticipating routes and making plays on the ball.

 

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Justin Watkins

Medina HS, OH, DL, 6-0, 197, DL MVP

Watkins had a great get-off once the ball was snapped beating offensive lineman around the edge, He was also quick enough to counter inside to get the sack.

Ethan Rhodes

Norwalk HS, OH, OL, 6-1, 206, OL MVP

Rhodes did a nice job of moving his feet after engaged. He also proved to be a natural hip and knee bender. Pretty explosive also with a 32-inch vertical and a 9-0 BJ.

Chris Ford

Medina HS, OH, DL, 6-1-1/2, 294, Strongest Man

Ford was a beast in the one-on-ones because he has the girth and strength to out muscle offensive lineman. But the thing that really stands out is the bench press putting up 185-pounds 29 times.



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