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Team West's best players in Wednesday practice

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SAN ANTONIO — 247 Sports takes on top Team West players in Wednesday’s practice, which led to a combined afternoon session with Team East at the Alamodome. A team of 247 national sports recruiting and scouting analysts provided live coverage and the following breakdown of Wednesday’s top performers in the West, led by high-cap four-star Jelani McDonald of Waco, Texas Connally .

Dominant dog: jelani mcdonald – CB – Not committed

One of the top recorded athletes entering the week, hailing from Texas jelani mcdonald hasn’t been disappointed since hitting the gridiron in San Antonio. Standing 6-foot-1 ¾ and 197 pounds on Monday, McDonald’s athleticism was on display as they had their strongest day yet on Wednesday, which included a strong outing against the Ohio State signee. Carnell Tate and a handful of others during the 11v11 team period. A physical specimen, what has been most impressive about McDonald’s performance this week has been his ability to adapt to a corner position which is somewhat new to him. A rising prospect with an ascending cap, McDonald is one of the most intriguing prospects out there this week as he has the skills to become a day one pick in the NFL Draft.

Next Five Defenses

Keldric Faulk -DL-Auburn

Continued strength throughout Wednesday morning’s practice, Auburn defensive line signing Keldric Faulk He continues to impress during his time here in San Antonio. A multi-sport athlete with a two-way experience at Highland Home High School in Alabama, Faulk measured 6-foot-5 ¼ and 269 pounds on Monday as he showed the versatility of the position throughout the week to use in a variety fronts to the next level. Faulk’s push comes in light of opposing offensive linemen struggling with his length and quickness off the line of scrimmage as well as the power the Auburn signee has flashed over the past two days. Bubbling with advantages, Faulk is certainly a name that has helped himself so far.

Tomarion Parker -DL-Clemson

A consistent presence throughout the first two days of full workouts, Clemson signed Tomarion Parker He continues to make a name for himself as one of the most stable defensive line prospects in the country. A standout at Central High School in Alabama, Parker’s effectiveness when it comes to rushing the quarterback is hard to ignore. For the second day in a row, the Clemson signee proved difficult to block for opposing offensive linemen, showing his ability to win consistently with his suddenness and heavy hands as a passer. Standing 6-foot-2 ¾ and 248 pounds on Monday, the Alabama native doesn’t wow you physically, but is arguably the best defensive lineman around when it comes to understanding leverage and technique, a welcome sign for a Clemson immediate aid program on the defensive line.

Johnny Bowen -DL-Oregon

A late addition to the All-American Bowl roster Wednesday, Oregon signee Johnny Bowen wasted no time acclimating to the speed of the game in San Antonio. Much like a tweener at 6-foot-3, 265 pounds, Bowens’ combination of athleticism and initial quickness provided plenty of fits during Wednesday’s 1-on-1 period. A fluid move for his size, Bowens impressed with his ability to win in a variety of ways at different positions along the defensive line. As we always quickly remember, finding the size and athleticism at the defensive line position on the West Coast is no easy task, which makes Dan Lanning’s addition of a prospect even more important. of the stature of Bowens of Texas.

Calvin Simpson Hunt – CB – State of Ohio

one of the most physically impressive defensive backs around, Calvin Simpson Hunt looks set to make an impact sooner than once later he arrives in Columbus to dress for Ryan Day and the Buckeyes. The Texas native measured 5-foot-10 ½ and 191 pounds on Monday as he is currently in possession of one of the most collegiate prospect frames around. Already boasting an impressive track record, speed is certainly not an issue for Simpson-Hunt as his top speed has been displayed several times in pass coverage. Although the Top247 standout can defend on the perimeter, Simpson-Hunt’s size and profile for the position could allow him to see more time as a nickel corner at the next level.

Samuel Omosigho – LB – Oklahoma

A dynamic three-phase player from Texas, bound for Oklahoma Samuel Omosigho figures to consider as a nice defensive chess piece for Brent Venables and the Sooners for years to come. A capable three-try defender, Omosigho impressed on Wednesday with his natural ability to drop cover and displayed excellent athleticism in space as he possesses the skills ideal for defending heavy attacks against modern passes. An athlete with character, Omosigho seems like the perfect fit for a defensive-minded coach who prioritizes his playmakers on this side of the ball.

Next five offenses

Cordale Russel -WR-TCU

Heading to a program that knows a thing or two about developing wide receivers, Cordale Russel seems like a perfect fit for what is an explosive Sonny Dykes offense. Checking in at 6-foot-1 ¾ and 202 pounds, Russell boasts a physical frame with excellent playing strength that allowed him to create separation throughout the week. Showing off the ability to get vertical a few times, Russell has some qualities you can’t teach, including his ability to attack 50/50 balls and a wide catching radius. If there’s one area of ​​the TCU signee’s game he’ll need to clean up, it’ll be his reliability as a wide receiver where he’s seen a couple of easy receptions hit the turf. A physically gifted prospect, Russell has the chance to exceed expectations in Fort Worth.

Kadyn’s Overseer – OT – Alabama

Widely considered the best offensive lineman in the nation heading into the week, it’s safe to say Kadyn’s Overseer has lived up to the billing so far in San Antonio. A mainstay on the left side of the line for Team West, Proctor’s natural ability to move defenders in the running game aligned with our expectations heading into the week. Checking in at 6ft 5½ and 348lbs on Monday, Proctor carries his weight exceptionally well and showed improvement as a pass protector in Wednesday’s practice as he won his fair share of 1-on-1 battles. .

spencer fano -OT-Utah

Ranked West Coast’s top offensive lineman, Utah Utes signing spencer fano had about as solid a two-day in San Antonio as anyone could ask for. Lined up four of five spots on the offensive line this week, Fano has consistently held off some of the best passing throwers in the country. Although there were some major issues in this week’s All-American Bowl, Fano quieted down critics with his exceptional play and positional versatility showing he can be called upon in a number of different places. along the offensive line. By joining an ascendant Utah program, Fano should provide a big boost along the Utes’ line of scrimmage as they aim to be a consistent force in December and January.

Malachi Coleman – ATH – Nebraska

We know matte ruler loves speed so it’s easy to see why Malachi Coleman is such a natural fit in Lincoln, Nebraska. Checking in at 6-foot-3 ¼ and 189 pounds on Monday, Coleman and his 10.46 100-yard speed continued to flash throughout the week in San Antonio. Considered a straight line burner entering the week, Coleman showed a little more movement and ability to separate in the short area than we had seen before. With a dynamic skill set and long frame, the Nebraska signee has no shortage of ability to push his ranking to the next level.

Rueben Owens – RB – Texas A&M

Ranked the No. 1 running back in the nation for a reason, Reuben Owens has shown time and time again this week that he’s one of the nation’s top prospects. A dynamic north-south runner who shows the ability to descend quickly, Owens has demonstrated the ability to make you miss and the second-tier elusiveness that is consistently found in first-class backs. Not generally known for his ability to catch passes out of the backfield, Owens turned heads with his catcher ability in the field. Expect the Texas native to see the field early in College Station.

More Notes from Wednesday

  • Signatory Notre Dame CB Micah Bell made some good plays today, including a diving interception during the 7-on-7 practice. A quick defensive back, Bell has shown promise as he has settled into the corner corner over the past two days.
  • Michigan State EDGE Signatory Bai Jobe continues to be one of the most disruptive forces here in San Antonio. A high motor player with excellent athletic traits, Jobe has the chance to become a special pass thrower at the next level.
  • Louisville ATH Commitment jamari johnson flashed a few times today as he practiced at the close end of the race this week in San Antonio. A 6-foot-3, 270-pound jumbo athlete, Johnson’s natural athleticism continued to surface this week as he has the clay to mold into a dependable pass catcher at the next level.
  • Ole Miss SAF signatory Braxton Myers had his moments throughout Wednesday’s training as he remained active in pass coverage and positioned himself well throughout the afternoon, although he found himself a few times on the short side of the stick.
  • Alabama Edge signer Yhonzae Stone He continues to increase his stock as he was one of the top prospects present this week. Pierre’s combination of explosiveness and first-step speed was too much for nearly every opposing offensive lineman in San Antonio.

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