He’s a stocky, athletic passer but early in the day, he looked like the best on hand.
- Zach Calzada out of Lanier HS and Cornelious Brown IV out of Calera, Ala.
He challenged the best receivers at the camp and was the only defender to regularly win against those guys.
He consistently beat everybody he faced downfield with his speed and with his size. He can play center or guard and showed the feet to complement his really powerful punch and anchor.
Alpha Dog Nolan Smith is what five-stars are supposed to look like.
The edge rusher committed to Georgia out of IMG Academy measured in at 6-foot-3, 234 pounds.
Miller won the OL MVP and has Ohio State, Georgia, Stanford and Clemson among those chasing. Jeremy James, OT, Cumming (Ga.) North Forsyth – James was impressive during drills, pulling and moving laterally but when it came time to pass protect and get physical he was also among the top players in attendance. Tank Bigsby, RB, Hogansville (Ga.) Callaway (class of 2020) - The most complete back in attendance in terms of his ability to make defenders miss, ability to catch the ball and even show toughness as a blocker, Bigsby had a really strong day. More standouts Quarterback - Auburn commit Bo Nix won the MVP award and had the most consistent day among a solid quarterback group.
He was also the only tackle to beat Nolan Smith that we can remember. He’s makes all the throws he’s supposed to and really sliced through some nasty wind at times on Sunday.
He’s got the strongest and most aggressive punch, maybe in the country.