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NUC Top Prospect-Developmental (2014) Outstanding Performance List

Courtesy: Barry Every / Schuman's National Underclassmen
          Release: August 22, 2012
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Trent Gilmore
Freedom HS, VA
QB, 6-0, 175
QB MVP

Gilmore proved to be a natural leader. He has excellent overall throwing mechanics and has consistent spin on his passes. He did a great job of listening to the coaches and was able to get good depth in his drops. He was also the most accurate signal caller in his age group.

Kai Callins
Guthrie HS, OK, RB,
5-10, 173,
Overall MVP

Callins just had a flat out dominating performance. He is very quick and runs sharp routes. He left linebackers whiffing at air all day long. He was also very dangerous after the catch. Look for him to be one of the top prospects in the state of Oklahoma for the class of 2014.

Joey Banks
Franklin HS, CA,
RB, 5-9, 174
RB MVP

Banks clearly has superior body structure for a young running back. He is quick, fast, and a smooth route runner. He was consistently getting behind linebackers during one-on-ones. He can make tacklers miss in the open field and has the body control of a receiver.

Ian Bramble
Beaumont Central HS, TX, WR
5-10-1/2, 168,
Co-WR MVP

Bramble is very quick and runs very good routes. He has the body control to make plays on poorly thrown balls and the hands to make catches in traffic look easy. He dominated the one-on-ones and looked very good during the 7-on-7 tournament.

Hays Culbreth Greeneville HS, TN, WR, 5-9-1/2
Co-WR MVP

Culbreth was the other slot receiver that shined on this day. He ran very smooth routes and flashed soft hands. He was not afraid to make plays in traffic and displayed very strong hands. He also had uncanny body control when attacking the ball.

Elijah Ollison
Camdenton HS, MO, S, 5-9, 160
DB MVP

Ollison came in as a safety but he possessed the skills of a true cover corner. He has a nice smooth backpedal which allows him to come out and make plays on the ball. He had a very good day during the one-on-ones and individual position work.

Grant Bouma Bakersfield Christian HS, CA, LB, 6-2, 215, LB MVP

Bouma definitely passes the eyeball test. He is tall, long, and very muscular. He proved physical at the point of attack and did a great job of locking down the middle of the field. He has the skill set that will also allow him to become an excellent pass rusher.

Jonathan Alvarez Mesquite HS, TX,
OL, 6-2, 273
OL MVP

Alvarez just had a dominating performance. He has excellent overall body structure and is very light on his feet. He demonstrated a nice two handed punch during the one-on-ones. He is also a natural hip and knee bender. He is clearly a DI prospect imo.

Daniel Wise
Hebron HS, TX, DL, 6-2-1/2, 223
DL MVP

This is one great looking kid on the hoof. He is quick off the ball and he plays with great pad level. But what really stood out was how he used his hands as a Kung-Fu fighter to keep offensive lineman off his body. He is definitely a DI prospect imo.



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