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Dawg Night Elite Eight

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Rico JohnsonWR
Swainsboro, GASwainsboro

Johnson has the type of speed that you can't teach and has the wiggle to go with it. He has excellent burst and flashed an excellent set of hands. He is raw in regards to making sight adjustments, but man can he fly.

3 stars5'11"170Georgia
#2Paris BostickDB
Tampa, FLPlant

Bostick had a tremendous night on Friday. He does an excellent job breaking on the ball in front of him, and did a nice job of transitioning from back pedal to spring. His hips looked more fluid than ever and he did a great job of flipping them in coverage.

3 stars6'1"208Georgia
#3Quincy MaugerDB
Marietta, GAKell

Mauger is just an excellent football player. In 1on1's he as physical and showed some make up speed. In 7on7's he looked extremely comfortable and natural in space. He did a great job of reading the quarterback and the leverage of the cornerback in front of him

3 stars6'0"197Georgia
#4Brandon KublanowOL
Marietta, GAWalton

We saw Kublanow in position drills where his feet looked great and he showed a nasty punch. His hand placement was consistent and he received repeated praise about his balance and quickness. According to the linemen in 1on1's, he dominated there too.

4 stars6'3"289Georgia
#5Shaun McGeeLB
Snellville, GABrookwood

Saying McGee goes 100 percent is an understatement. The Brookwood standout plays with his hair on fire and makes a lot of plays in doing so. Everything is he does is wide open and he is both tireless and fearless. His ability to rush the passer is very good, but he also showed he can turn his hips and play in space.

3 stars6'3"233Georgia
#6Brice RamseyQB
Kingsland, GACamden County

Ramsey can really spin it and was very accurate. Playing in the Wing-T offense at Camden, 7on7's aren't where he thrives, but he did a very good job at Dawg Night making the correct decisions and jamming the ball in some tight spaces.

4 stars6'3"205Georgia
#7Demarcus RobinsonWR
Fort Valley, GAPeach County

Robinson runs like every receiver should run. He glides with very little head movement and has another gear when the ball is in the air. He showed of nice body control and if it weren't for a few slips while running routes, he would probably be closer to the top of the list.

4 stars6'2"200Florida
#8Tim KimbroughLB
Indianapolis, INWarren Central

Kimbrough struggled a little in 1on1's, but he looked much better in 7on7's. He is a tad shorter than expected and probably just under 6-feet tall rather than 6-foot-1, but his first few steps are very explosive and he has excellent instincts.

4 stars6'1"226Georgia

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