It was a reunion, or sorts. NFL veterans Mark McMillian and George Teague together again, as the Alabama alumni teamed up to give back to the game.
Together, similar to the past, they served as the lead instructors at the Blue-Grey All-American Combine (Southwest Super) at Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium.
NFL veterans Seneca Wallace and Michael Ray Garvin were in attendance to offer assistance, with NFL veteran trainers Rodney Beasley and Reggie Young.
There were many scholarship-worthy prospects in attendance, each deserved to be mentioned. Accordingly, a few of the highlights from the workout follow next.
Hunter Herring, QB, 2021, Ouachita Christian (LA): A Louisiana-Lafayette commit, the 6-foot-5 and 205-pounder was the top player at his position.
Raymond Foster, QB, 2021, Silsbee (TX): The 6-2 and 196-pounder is on the radar of Louisiana Tech and Texas State, among some other schools.
Anthony Jones, QB, 2021, Booker T. Washington (LA): The 6-1 and 180-pounder has talked with the Ivy League, but could end up in the Sun Belt Conference.
Cameron Davis, QB, 2022, White’s Creek (TN): With offers from Austin Peay and Eastern Kentucky, the future is particularly bright for the 6-4 and 215-pounder.
Pearson Baldwin, QB, 2021, Springville (AL): The 6-2 and 195-pounder held his own in this setting, no surprise considering he’s done the same thing in the past.
Lucas Maue, QB, 2021, Belleville East (IL): Big and strong, a good an accurate arm, the 6-2 and 190-pounder possesses plenty of upside. Also, time is on his side.
Khalon Davis, QB, 2023, Denton Ryan (TX): The 5-11 and 163-pounder played with the poise of an upperclassman, most times. You’ll be hearing his name more and more.
Jalen Davis, RB, 2021, Katy (TX): The 5-10 and 190-pounder has started a dialogue with UTEP and Wyoming, among others. This situation is about get interesting.
Evan Joubert, RB, 2021, St. Louis Catholic (LA): Louisiana-Lafayette and Rice seems to have their sights set on the 5-10 and 180-pounder. Rightfully so.
Darese Steptoe, RB, 2021, Stratford (TX): Quick and fast, strong and durable, the 5-11 and 182-pounder was a jack-of-all-trades type. There’s plenty to like about him.
De’Andre Exford, RB, 2021, Shoemaker (TX): Essentially a veteran of the brand’s nationwide circuit, the 5-7 and 175-pounder impressed once again, no less.
Raeland Johnson, RB, 2021, Donaldsville (LA): The 5-7 and 185-pounder was compact and strong, quick and fast, really delivered in all facets of the game.
Javarius Crawford, RB, 2021, South Grand Prairie (TX): The 5-8 and 180-pounder did well, with Joel Serrano from Del Valle (TX) and Kadin Forbis from Grove (OK).
Zion Steptoe, WR, 2022, Frisco Memorial (TX): Florida International offered the 6-foot and 170-pounder. Kansas and Texas Tech are interested, as well.
Elijah Reed, WR, 2021, Jones (OK): The 5-9 and 165-pounder has talked with several different schools, specifically speaking Abilene Christian and Air Force.
Erynn Wilburn, WR, 2021, Wyatt (TX): Davidson could be a potential destination for the 6-2 and 175-pounder. Wherever he ends up, the school will be lucky.
Joshua McMillan, WR, 2022, Tompkins (TX): The 5-10 and 160-pounder was eager to prove himself on the big stage. Truth be told, he was able to do just that.
Jacob Madu, WR, 2021, Lake Ridge (TX): The 6-foot and 160-pounder held his own, Jalen Partida from Pebble Hills (TX) fell in the same kind of category.
Bronseman Davis, WR 2022, Mayfield (NM): Sky’s the limit for the 6-foot and 160-pounder. Don’t be surprised to the same of Mawu Revels from Centennial (NM).
Ryan McCrory, TE, McKinney Boyd (TX): The 6-6 and 220-pounder could find a home with Stephen F. Austin. His options are sure to increase, worth noting.
Chase Rodriguez, OL, 2021, Lubbock-Cooper (TX): The 6-3 and 330-pounder was seemingly a man among boys and has Mountain West Conference potential.
Logan Cluff-Amperse, OL, 2021, Sandra Day O’Connor (AZ): Landing with a school from the Big Sky Conference could be the ideal fit for the 6-8 and 320-pounder.
Robert Keller, OL, 2021, Frisco Memorial (TX): Idaho State, Stephen F. Austin and UTSA have an opportunity to secure a pledge from the 6-5 and 295-pounder.
Bryce Bowers, OL, 2021, Anna-Jonesboro (IL): A center, with interest from Eastern Illinois and Illinois State, the 6-4 and 295-pounder is headed to the next level.
Clayton Godwin, OL, 2021, Paradise (TX): Air Force and SMU make sense for the 6-4 and 265-pounder. Other teams will soon be firmly in the mix for him, too.
Austin Elliott, OL, 2021, Splendora (TX): A center, the 6-2 and 295-pounder had discussions with Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin, also Texas Tech.
Connor Canaday, OL, 2021, Arlington (TX): A center, the 6-3 and 305-pounder impressed the coaching staff, perhaps more so than anyone else here.
Reginald Pierre, OL, 2021, Hahnville (LA): Multiple teams from the SWAC, with Southern a legit threat as of right now, are high on the 6-4 and 330-pounder.
Isaac Foster, OL, 2021, Jones (OK): The 6-3 and 250-pounder could end up on the board for Drake. Only time will tell, though all signs points to that being true.
Derius Franklin, OL, 2021, Booker T. Washington (FL): The 6-2 and 260-pounder might stay close to home and end up at Georgia Southern or South Alabama.
Logan Butler, OL, 2021, Frisco Memorial (TX): On the roster, unable to attend with plans for another workout, the 6-3 and 280-pounder has talked with Lamar.
Ken Perry, OL, 2021, Arlington (TX): A center, the 6-2 and 260-pounder was in control at the line of scrimmage, from start to finish, as many noted of the effort.
Matthew Roman, OL, 2021, El Paso (TX): No stranger to the overall environment of the workout, the 6-3 and 245-pounder delivered the desired results.
Preston Alston, OL, 2021, Holtville (AL): The 6-4 and 290-pounder passed the eye test. Noe Moreno from Canutillo (TX) also deserved an acknowledgment.
Jacob Waller, OL, 2022, Arlington (TX): Big and strong, the 6-5 and 260-pounder opened up eyes. Same thing goes for Isaac O’Rourke from Del Norte (CA.
Ty Marsh, DB, 2021, Denton Ryan (TX): A Houston commit, the 5-10 and 170-pounder might have been the top player on hand, regardless of spot on the field.
Emari Pait, DB, 2021, Culver City (CA): It would not be the least bit surprising to see the 6-3 and 200-pounder find a home with a team in the Mountain West Conference.
Tyler Strain, DB, 2021, Pace (FL): The 5-11 and 175-pounder has multiple scholarship in place, with Illinois and South Florida among the perceived frontrunners.
Donovan Adkins, DB, 2021, Kilgore (TX): Teams in the SWAC are all over him and a commitment from the 5-10 and 175-pounder could be in the works.
Tyron Goodley, DB, 2021, Crowley (LA): Louisiana-Lafayette and Louisiana Tech are on the radar for the 5-8 and 160-pounder. The feeling is mutual.
Da’lon Arthur, DB, 2021, Richland (TX): The 6-1 and 177-pounder might be on the board for Stephen F. Austin, and if not right now, certainly in due time.
Bryson Lightfoot, DB, 2021, Birdville (TX): Good feet, hips and hands, the 5-10 and 185-pounder can do it all. Same for Isaac Singleton from Shelton (TX).
Johnny Breeden, DB, 2021, Frisco Memorial (TX): Fast as they come, the 6-1 and 165-pounder was a burner, with Donovan Dixon from McKinney Boyd (TX).
Joshua Massaquoi, DB, 2022, Franklin (TX): Sky’s the limit for 5-11 and 170-pounder. Darryl Salley from Denton Ryan (TX) has the similar projection.
Tyson Bolden, DB, 2022, McKinney Boyd (TX): The 5-9 and 165-pounder did not back down from anyone, along with Ronald de Madet from Frisco Memorial.
Omari Warren, LB, 2021, Denham Springs (LA): The 6-foot and 206-pounder has offers from Alcorn State, Richmond and Southeastern Louisiana. More to come.
Matthew Reyes, LB, 2022, Friendswood (TX): North Texas seemed to be the first, and now maybe TCU, as the stock has risen for the 6-3 and 230-pounder.
Brock Ewing, LB, 2021, Amarillo (TX): In the past, Air Force has seen something good in the 6-foot and 205-pounder. There’s plenty to like, of course.
Caden Hubbard, LB, 2021, Ennis (TX): The 6-2 and 200-pounder grabbed everyone’s attention with skills testing and sustained the momentum during one-on-ones.
Aiden Wallace, LB, 2022, Wakeland (TX): The 6-3 and 178-pounder has family members who played in the NFL, including the brand’s All-American Bowl alum Patrick Mahomes.
Derreck Bercier, LB, 2021, Acadiana (LA): The 5-9 and 203-pounder was in command at the second level. Same goes for Garison Smitherman from Lubbock-Cooper (TX).
Joshua Bostick, LB, 2021, South Grand Prairie (TX): The 6-foot and 186-pounder was in control at the second level, with Christopher Dena from Americas (TX).
William MacDonald, LB 2021, Edmond (OK): The 6-2 and 200-pounder was big and fast, gritty and strong. Trevor Bragg from Arlington (TX) fit the bill, as well.
Michael Flanagan, LB, 2022, Wakeland (TX): From start to finish, no task was too tough for the 6-3 and 215-pounder. Ditto for Ashton Shelton from Ridgeland (MS).
Tate DeBord, LB, 2022 Sunray (TX): The 6-2 and 180-pounder seemed to have another gear and Taj Johnson from Cedar Ridge (TX) showed several flashes, to boot.
Max Honsaker, LB, 2022, Frisco Memorial (TX): The 6-foot and 190-pounder is just starting to realize some of his potential, as is Hunter Girty from Warner (OK).
Jeremiah Major, DL, 2021, Millwood (OK): The 6-2 and 300-pounder has had a few feelers from Oklahoma State and it’ll be interesting to see how things develop.
Hunter Fedon, DL, 2021, Mansfield (TX): The 6-2 and 235-pounder was tough as they come, really. Strong and determined, he turned heads on more than one occasion.
Jabari Johnson, DL, 2022, University Lab (TX): One of several talented underclassmen, the pieces of the puzzle are in place for the 6-3 and 228-pounder. No question about it.
Marlee Forsberg, DL 2021, Union (OK): On the official roster, but unable to attend and with plans for another workout, the 6-2 and 235-pounder was in contact with Texas State.
Jaycob Sifuentes, DL, 2022, South San Antonio (TX): Young, but on paper only, the 6-4 and 240-pounder is ahead of the curve and success certainly awaits him.
Gabriel Marable, DL 2022, Dutchtown (LA): The 6-3 and 220-pounder was difficult to deal with down in the trenches. He gave his opponents trouble all day long.
Ben Strawn, DL, 2021, Northwest Christian (AZ): The 6-4 and 225-pounder was big and tough, more so than most. Same things goes for Shane Whitworth from Canyon (TX).
Tyler Bertrand, DL, 2021, Hamilton (MS): The 6-3 and 325-pounder was a force to be reckon with. One could say something similar about Dylan Case from Mabank (TX).
Cedric Diggs, DL, 2022, Parish Episcopal (TX): The 6-1 and 275-pounder has a bright future ahead. Micah Harrison from Tivy (TX) is heading down the same path.
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Worth mentioning, periodically and often within days, more information about the workout will be added in this space. That said, feel free to check back on a regular basis for the much-needed insight.
Also, most participants at the recent All-American Combine (Regional level) will soon be provided with additional details, along with an exclusive membership to Red Zone Prospects (click here).
Individuals will have a national star rating, as well as a scholarship-worthy evaluation and HUDL review as part of their profiles, for the recruiting convenience of colleges all over the country.
Each member of Red Zone Prospects receives an automatic invite to one of the brand’s All-American Combines (Super Regional level), all of them to be held at NFL venues or college facilities
Additionally, those who do well in that setting, in due time, could be invited to one of the brand’s All-American Bowls held at NFL stadium and nationally broadcast on ESPN’s family of networks.
Games take place at Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium, Buccaneers’ Raymond James Stadium, Falcons’ Mercedes Benz Stadium, Texans’ NRG Stadium or Jaguars’ EverBank Field, among other venues.
Moving forward, the Blue-Grey Football Selection Committee will consider a number of different factors before making any decision on potential invites to the All-American Bowl. Stay tuned.