Five that punctuated their spring at Lone Star Prospects: Dallas
FT. WORTH, Tx. -- The latest fixtures on the camp schedule this spring in Texas were those of the Lone Star Prospects Showcase series, the most recent of which was held on Sunday at North Crowley High School. Even though the camps are new to the event calendar, some top talent came out to compete, and in many cases, made an statement following other top camp outings.
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Performance: Swen did nothing to change the book on him after turning in a dynamite performance at the Dallas Under Armour Camp Series event in April. What he was able to show more of on Sunday was his power and decisiveness running the ball. He looks the part of a bell-cow runner, but is a gifted pass-catcher as well.
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Performance: McClellan has been garnering a lot of attention as a special 2020 running back and he showed why on Sunday. Lean, quick, explosive and nimble, McClellan showed particular flair catching passes on the afternoon and he’ll certainly be one of the biggest names in his class.
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Performance: White has been impressive overall in pass-coverage during the camp circuit this spring and was strong on Sunday. He’s not as long as many other highly recruited guys at his position, but he’s probably more agile than most and rarely puts himself in bad spots in all forms of open-field competition.
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Performance: Hobbs has also been a camp warrior this spring and was also at the Rivals Three Stripe Camp presented by Adidas Dallas event in April. He has moments of brilliance in these camps with his play, but his charisma with the other athletes was what really stole the show. He was a co-linebacker MVP, but would have run away with the Mr. Personality award.
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Performance: Hawkins has been collecting offers at a pretty fair clip this spring because he has a good frame and moves pretty well. Truthfully, he wasn’t his sharpest in the running back v. linebacker one-on-ones at the Dallas Rivals Camp, but he was much better on Sunday. He also held his own keeping pace with many of the talented running backs in pass coverage.