Blue-Grey Regional Combine: Georgia Scouting Report (2015)
In another one of many recent first-time stops for Blue-Grey Football, the brand visited Georgia for a Regional Combine. Rest assured, the talent pool was deep, with several skilled players at seemingly every position out on the gridiron.
NFL veterans Larry Ryans and Kenny Stills were lead instructors during the workout and each one had nothing but good things to say about the prospects in attendance. That said, here’s an inside look at who left a lasting impression.
Antonio Edwards, QB, Brantley (AL): The 5-foot-10 and 165-pound junior was about as athletic as they come and also made just about every throw required by the coaching staff on hand.
Kamaury Avery, RB, Wadley (AL): An absolute load to deal with most of the time, the 6-foot and 230-pound junior caused major problems for each one of his opponents during the one-on-ones.
Reco Hannah, RB, Randolph County (AL): Another individual with an above average frame, the 6-2 and 190-pound junior proved to be a big headache for the defense.
Joseph Burke, RB, Prattville (AL): The 5-10 and 220-pound junior made people miss, more often than not. Effective out of the backfield, his hands were also impressive.
Stephen Jackson, RB, Southwest Academy (GA): The 5-8 and 165-pound junior often provided a nice change of pace. So did Marshall Powell from Houston Academy (AL).
Malik Murray, WR, Peachtree Ridge (GA): Expected to be one of the top players at his particular spot out on the field, the 5-11 and 165-pound junior did not disappoint.
Eric George, WR, North Sand Mountain (AL): The 5-11 and 155-pound junior caught everything thrown in general his direction. At the least, things seemed to be that way.
Casey Wilson, WR, Westover (GA): A big target for the signal-callers, especially in the red zone, the 6-3 and 190-pound junior delivered some memorable catches in traffic.
Jamar Griffin, DB, York (SC): The 5-11 and 175-pound junior was challenged throughout. Still, he did not back down from any challenges and turned plenty of heads.
Brandon Williams, LB, Opp (AL): With a motor that never stopped, the 5-10 and 183-pound junior did not take a rep off. He knew only one gear. And it was full speed.