Tampa, FL – We continue our BCP E7 Small Skills Training Camp breakdown with eleven performers who should be noted.
Thomas Puhek, Wiregrass Ranch High School 2023 TE (6’2″/225) – Beautiful prospect with the ability to play both sides of the ball. Versital player who can make an impact.
Luke Petitta, Riverview (Sarasota) High School 2023 TE (6’4″/202) – Really good verticle speed, big hands and uses his body well in the red zone.
Bryson Rodgers, Wiregrass Ranch High School 2023 WR (6’1″/171) – Playmaker and attacks the ball in flight. Crisp route runner and not afraid to catch the ball in the interior of the defense.
Kye Stokes, Armwood High School 2022 WR (6’1″/174) – Had a big year this season on the field for the Hawks. Surprised at camp with his ability to play receiver. Great frame.
Jaydn Girard, Jesuit High School 2022 WR (6’0″/165) – He’s been in the weight room and the body is expanding in a good way. Speed to run away from defenders.
Jayden Alberty, Orlando Christian Prep 2023 CB (5’8″/145) – Who? Made play after play after play. Made the most of a three-hour camp and made evaluators look at each one of his reps. Loose hips and great hands.
Jermarian Jackson, Plant City High School 2022 CB (6’1″/166) – Interesting! long defensive back with more training could blossom into an excellent corner.
CyRis Alexander, Tampa Bay Tech High School 2022 CB (5’11.5″/182) – Second time around and we take a harder, closer look at this young man. Love his frame and think he could play safety and/or outside linebacker.
Tavoy Feagin, Tampa Catholic High School 2024 CB (5’11″/160) – Simply, the future of the Crusader secondary. Stay tuned.
Christian Bishop, Newsome High School 2023 QB (6’0″/160) – Threw the ball well at camp. Liked his rhythm and timing.
Kevin Spillane, Sunlake High School 2022 QB (5’8″/163) – Sunlake has struggled on the field in recent years. However, this Seahawk didn’t struggle at camp. Threw tight spirals, threw open receivers, and completed plenty of passes during one-on-one competition.