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All-Rivals 3 Stripe Camp Series Team: Offensive linemen

The Rivals 3 Stripe Camp Series presented by adidas attracted the nation’s most talented and accomplished prospects. Here are the 10 best performances from offensive linemen from all 10 of the regional Rivals Camps. They are listed in order of performance.

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Recruiting wrap: Thomas is committed to LSU.

Performance: The phenomenal performance Thomas turned in at the New Orleans Rivals Camp produced many highlight reel blocks. He dominated the competition in a way none of the Rivals Camp participants did throughout the series.

Recruiting wrap: Colorado State and Illinois are the most recent offers for Murray. He plans to visit more Pac-12 schools this offseason.

Performance: The interior offensive lineman used exceptional technique and strength to win each of his one-on-one reps at the Los Angeles event.

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Recruiting wrap: Alabama, Auburn and Georgia are Webb's top three schools.

Performance: Webb knows how to flip the switch. He is a quiet young man off the field, then plays with anger on it. In Atlanta, he was powerful, he was violent and he was dominant.

Video: Atlanta OL-DL one-on-ones

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Recruiting wrap: Virginia Tech, Louisville, Kentucky, West Virginia and Tennessee are just a few offers that have caught Wright's eye so far.

Performance: Wright dominated older and higher-rated prospects at the Columbus Rivals Camp even though he was one of the youngest players there. His quickness, patience and the way he finished his blocks all helped him earn his invitation to the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge.

Video: Columbus OL-DL one-on-ones

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Recruiting wrap: Barnes has a long list of offers but is likely to stay in-state, be it at FSU, Miami or Florida.

Performance: One of the more polished offensive linemen from a technique standpoint, Barnes was, by far, the best lineman at the Orlando stop of the series. The MVP race at the event was not particularly close.

Video: Orlando OL-DL one-on-ones


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Recruiting wrap: Scaife is committed to Miami.

Performance: Scaife didn’t compete against the best defensive line group, but he did all that could be asked of him, which was dominate the afternoon. He won most reps in convincing fashion and finished his blocks by slamming opponents into the dirt.

Video: Miami OL-DL one-on-ones

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Recruiting wrap: Penn State, Maryland, Ohio State, Virginia Tech, North Carolina and Rutgers sit atop Walker’s list of offers.

Performance: Walker’s progress over the last two years has been fantastic. He’s much stronger in the upper body and more patient and disciplined pass blocking. His impressive performance at the New Jersey Rivals Camp helped him earn an invitation to the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge.

Video: New Jersey OL-DL one-on-ones

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Recruiting wrap: Sewell remains wide open and has not scheduled a decision timeframe. He most recently visited Oklahoma and Arkansas.

Performance: Only a remarkable performance from Murray stopped Sewell from grabbing MVP honors. The Rivals100 prospect lived up to his billing, dominating opponents with his size and athleticism.

Video: LA Three-Stripe standouts

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Recruiting wrap: Hill is nowhere close to a decision, but Auburn, Clemson, Florida State and Georgia are schools he is high on.

Performance: Over the past year, not many have dominated the way Hill has on the camp circuit. In Atlanta, he was stoning defensive lineman, he was tough to move and moved as guys do under 300 pounds.

Video: Atlanta OL-DL one-on-ones

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Recruiting wrap: Quick committed to Alabama, his dream school, earlier in the spring.

Performance: There was no offensive lineman on Quick's level in St. Louis. He has added good weight, he is much stronger and he is playing with more confidence this year.

Video: Top St. Louis performers

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