Andrew Ford , a 6’2″, 190-pound rising senior out of Cedar Cliff High School (Camp Hill, PA), earned MVP honors at quarterback, beating out the likes of Lake Braddock (Burke, VA) star Caleb Henderson (UNC–bound) and Stratford (Goose Creek, S.C.) standout Jacob Park (considering offers from Alabama, VT, and more). Ford also earned a spot in the final Elite 11 Passing Camp, which coincides with Nike’s The Opening, an invite-only combine event that features 150 prospects from all across the country. More on The Opening in a moment…
Grassfield (Chesapeake, VA) rising senior running back Vincent Lowe took home running back MVP honors as well as recognition as the top overall performer in SPARQ testing. Lowe, who stands 5’7″ and weighs 175 pounds, ran the 40 in 4.5 seconds flat, the 20-yard shuttle in 4.2 seconds, and posted a 36.9-inch vertical leap. JMU and ODU have offered so far.
< ?php include(getenv("DOCUMENT_ROOT") . "/sabreincludes/adTags/boxArticles.html"); ?>Timber Creek (Sicklerville, N.J.) rising senior Adonis Jennings, a 6’3″ prospect reportedly considering offers from Illinois, Pitt, and Rutgers, among others, left as the camp’s top wide receiver. Also in contention for the award was UVa target Jamil Kamara , a prospect out of Bishop Sullivan in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Kamara has the physique of a college player right now, looking every bit of 6’2″, 200 pounds. He also showed pretty good hands on the day.
Kamara is one of UVa’s top remaining targets, and right now the Cavaliers are in good shape.
Bishop McNamara (Forestville, MD) offensive tackle Damian Prince , Lake Taylor (Norfolk, VA) standout Jalyn Holmes (DL), T.C. Williams (Alexandria, VA) product Malik Carney, and 5-star Friendship Collegiate (Washington, D.C.) prospect Jalen Tabor (DB) all won MVP honors at their respective positions. All are members of the class of 2014.
Following the camp, while handing out awards, a Student...
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