Blue-Grey All-American Combine: Tennessee Super Scouting Report (2023)
With NFL veterans Tevita Ofahengaue and Kevin Mawae running the show, along with professional trainers Rodney Beasley, John Holman and Keon Thorpe, the recruits at the Blue-Grey All-American Combine (Tennessee Super) had some of the best instructors in the business.
Although there were many scholarship-worthy prospects in attendance, numerous others fit in that category. Below is a recap of some of the top performers and each is now considered as an All-American Bowl candidate for one of the upcoming games later on this year.
Brennan Mayhew, QB, 2024, Rockvale (TN): Eastern Kentucky is among the schools on the radar for the 6’2 and 185-pounder.
Drake Fisher, QB, 2024, Sullivan East (TN): The 6’3 and 185-pounder has kept in contact with Middle Tennessee State, among others.
Dominick Hollis, RB, 2025, Summit (TN): Austin Peay and Murray State have kept in communication with the 5’9 and 170-pounder.
Isaiah McGill, RB, 2025, Hunters Lane (TN): The 5’9 and 185-pounder has the attentions of teams in the Ohio Valley Conference.
Ethan Davis, RB, 2024, Rhea County (TN): With a well-rounded skill set, the 5’9 and 170-pounder opened up plenty of eyes here.
Wes Haynes, WR, 2024, Houston (TN): Good size and speed, the pieces of the puzzle are nearly together for the 6’3 and 190-pounder.
Zyon Rockett, WR, 2025, Seymour (TN): Quick and fast, smart and with good hands, the 5’10 and 165-pounder impressed in the setting.
Corbin Laisure, TE, 2024, Sullivan East (TN): The 6’5 and 220-pounder seems to have his sights set on Tennessee Chattanooga.
Mason Smith, OL, 2025, Coalfield (TN): A place like Eastern Kentucky might end up as the destination for the 6’3 and 270-pounder.
Lantz Peoples, OL, 2024, Cascade (TN): The 6’5 and 325-pounder could land over at Middle Tennessee State or North Alabama.
Joe Scott, OL, 2024, Meigs County (TN): It’s safe to say, the 6’6 and 325-pounder stood out in a crowd and despite the competition.
Tyran Forte, DB, 2024, Chattanooga Central (TN): An Ohio Valley Conference target, the 6’0 and 170-pounder left a lasting impression.
Marquibe Smith, DB, 2024, Glencliff (TN): The 5’11 and 165-pounder has talked with likes of Austin Peay and Middle Tennessee State.
Chris Mooney, DB, 2024, Paducah Tilghman (KY): A competitor through and through, the 6’2 and 180-pounder did not back down.
De’Coriyeon Brown, DB, 2025, Austin East (TN): The 6’2 and 175-pounder has been on campus at Austin Peay and Tennessee.
Jaylen Mosby, DB, 2024, Cane Ridge (TN): Down the road, Indiana and or Liberty look like good fits for the 5’11 and 175-pounder.
Jackson Bandy, LB, 2024, Nolensville (TN): The 6’2 and 215-pounder has options, such as Army, Navy, Air Force and Eastern Kentucky.
Bryson Myers, LB, 2024, Greenville (TN): Miami Ohio and Samford have seen something they like in the 6-1 and 228-pounder.
Cade Jackson, LB, 2024, Columbia Academy (TN): Austin Peay would be a more than reasonable option for the 6’0 and 185-pounder.
Evan Poticher, DL, 2024, Northview (TN): The 6’3 and 240-pounder has an offer from Western Michigan. Charlotte in the mix too.
Kolhbi Hart, DL, 2024, Lexington (TN): The 6’2 and 280-pounder is destined to play on Saturdays, perhaps at Eastern Kentucky
Bryce Brooks, DL, 2025, Northwest (TN): Young, on paper that is, the 6’4 and 221-pounder played with the poise of an upperclassman.
Eli Carroll, DL, 2024, Lewis County (TN): The 6’3 and 245-pounder made a name for himself and earned the respect of his peers.
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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 will soon be provided with plenty of additional details on a potential exclusive membership to the invite-only Red Zone Prospects (click here).
Additionally, likely late in the summer, invitations will be extended to one of the brand’s upcoming 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.