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Raleigh/Durham/Greensboro - Top Freshman Performers

Courtesy: National Underclassmen Football Combine Staff
          Release: May 31, 2012
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Greensboro, NC 8th/9th Grade NUC Schuman's Outstanding Performance List

Aron Spann

Dorman HS, SC, QB, 6-0, 182, 9th Grade Overall MVP

Well the Dorman Cavaliers have their replacement for rising senior quarterback Trey Robinson. Spann stood tall in the pocket and delivered strike after strike in this camp. He had a 28-inch vertical and benched 135-pounds 15 times.

Joseph Reed

Central Middle School, VA, RB, 5-11-1/2, 183, 8th Grade Overall MVP

Reed has great size and speed for a running back his age. He ran a 4.7 40, 4.57 shuttle, while jumping 28.5-inces in the vertical. He is also very strong having benched 135-pounds 19 times. That means yards after contact.

Naszir Forte-Ferguson

Hillside HS, NC, QB, 5-11-1/2, 192, QB MVP

Ferguson has the size and power to make most any throw asked of him in this camp. His size will also make it hard for opponents to drag him down to the ground.

Cole Nigro

Sanderson HS, NC, LB, 6-1, 211, LB MVP

This player already has the size to be considered a serious Lber recruit. His superior lateral movement is really what set him apart from other linebackers. He had a 4.37 shuttle, and benched 135-pounds 32 times. He has the makings of a true inside linebacker.

Mook Reynolds

Northern Guilford, NC, CB, 5-9-1/2, 150, DB MVP

Reynolds already has nice height for the cornerback position. He proved physical at the line of scrimmage with ball skills. He also possesses hips on a swivel. His hops are not bad either with a 26-inch vertical.

Will Ingle

Williams HS, NC, DL, 6-2, 210, DL MVP & Strongest Man

Ingle already has excellent size to play defensive end in high school. He also has some pop benching 155-pounds 17 times. He was quick off the ball and used his long arms to keep offensive lineman off his body.

Miles Kelly

Hillside HS, NC, WR, 5-10-1/2, 174, WR MVP

One thing Hillside High School produces is athletes. Kelly looks like a running back and he used that skill set to create separation with the defensive backs. He benched 135-pounds 20 times. Who says receivers don't weightlift.

Ricquaz Brannon

Hillside HS, NC, RB, 5-9, 176, RB MVP

Hillside High School came in force today. Brannon proved to be very quick in the open field. He also has good body control and soft hands.

Simon Jackowski

Sanderson HS, NC, OL, 6-1-1/2, 229, OL MVP

Jackowski was light on his feet and able to move once engaged with a defender. He ran a respectable 5.42 40, 4.77 shuttle, and had a 24-inch vertical/ He also has some pop benching 155-pounds 16 times.

Kenneth Threatt

Millbrook HS, NC, RB, 5-7-1/2, 159, Combine King

Combine King always goes to the most consistent and best tester of the day. Threatt ran a 4.81 40, 4.37 shuttle, while leaping 31-inches in the vertical testing. He also had an impressive 9-1 BJ and benched 135-pounds 21 times.

Kelton Whitehead

Millbrook HS, NC, RB, 5-7-1/2, 197, Fastest Man.

The Wildcats have a nice pair of backs coming up in there program. Whitehead ran a blistering 4.58 40. He also has size and strength evident by his 17 reps at 135-pounds. Not bad on the vertical either with a 28-inch leap.

Keywan Morgan

North Lenoir HS, NC, LB, 5-10-1/2, 262, Strongest man Skill.

Morgan jacked up 135-pounds an amazing 42 times. Don't be surprised if he ends up playing with his hand on the ground dominating interior offensive lineman with his size and strength.

Tre Sullivan

Panther Creek HS, NC, WR, 5-7, 146, Leadership Award

Sullivan was the main reason for the one-on-ones being very spirited. He also put up some good testing numbers leaping 28-inches and shuttling a 4.38.

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