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Prime 21: Top offensive performers

Recruiting wrap: Ausbon has a handful of early offers, including
and Texas A&M.
Performance: Ausbon immediately catches your eye when he's on the field because
of his 6-foot-4, 220-pound frame. Saturday he did more than just look the
part of a big-time wide receiver, he played like one as well. He was very fluid
in his movements and sharp in his route-running and even hauled in a few
highlight-worthy grabs, including an impressive one-handed snag. While the
Rivals250 prospect's offer list hasn't hit double-digits yet, that should change
Tylan Wallace (2017)
Fort Worth (Texas) South Hills
Recruiting wrap: Wallace and his brother have offers from SMU,
Oklahoma State, Tulsa, Houston and FIU. Oklahoma State, SMU, and
TCU have been
recruiting them the hardest.
Performance: Wallace is quick off the line, does a great job of setting up his
route and he has the ability to stretch the field. He ran crisp routes and shook
up defenders with his precise movements. His strong cutting ability may have
actually worked against him as he ended up slipping on the field several times,
but it also showed how strong and quick he is.
Chase Brice (2017)
Loganville (Ga.) Grayson
Recruiting wrap: Brice recently added an offer from Clemson and has a
visit to Alabama on the schedule for later this week.
Performance: Brice took quarterback MVP honors after impressing both the coaches
and the star-studded field of wide receivers with his performance. Brice was a
favorite of quarterback coach and former NFL starter Jeff Blake, mainly because
of his ability to anticipate and put the ball in the perfect spot. Brice also
has a strong arm, and it was on full display.
Davis Mills (2017)
Norcross (Ga.) Greater Atlanta Christian
 Recruiting wrap: Mills recently visited UCLA and has a trip to
on the schedule for later this month.
Performance: Despite not coming home with the event's MVP
honors at quarterback, it was an excellent day for Mills, who continues to look
the part of an elite prospect. He showed a good command of the plays the
prospects learned during
the meeting portions of the event and also seemed to earn the respect of the
event's wide receivers as the day went along. Mills appears primed for a big
junior season.
Shawn Robinson (2017)
Denton (Texas) Guyer
Recruiting wrap: Robinson is committed to TCU
Performance: Robinson can put the ball through a wall. There was a stiff wind at
times and it played some games with some of the other quarterbacks, but that was
not the case with Robinson. He spun the ball as well as any quarterback in
attendance and he made quick decisions. His ball placement was a little off, but
he definitely showed why he is considered one of the best signal callers in the country.
Hezekiah Jones (2017)
Stafford, Texas
Recruiting wrap: Jones is committed to Baylor.
Performance: The speed and size of Jones is a tough combination for defenders to handle.
He has great straight line speed and he can turn on a dime. He used that speed to create separation down the field and his quickness helped him create space between him and the defender.
Omar Manning (2017)
Lancaster, Texas
Recruiting wrap: Houston, Illinois St.,
Louisiana-Lafayette and Toledo have offered and Baylor
and TCU are coming on strong.
Performance: Manning is 6-3, 200 pounds, but his size was not what turned heads. His feet caught plenty of attention. He is light on his feet and is quick to change directions. He gets in and out of cuts with explosiveness and he caught the ball away from his body. Plus, he showed the ability to go up and get the ball in jump ball situations.
Keytaon Thompson (2017)
New Orleans (La.) Landry-Walker
Recruiting wrap: LSU and Tennessee are two teams to watch in the race for
Thompson's services.
Performance: Thompson was the biggest of the quarterbacks in attendance at 6-4, 210, and when
he was on he was one of the best. He threw one of the best deep balls of all the
quarterbacks as he put air underneath and placed it over receiver after
receiver's shoulder. He did have bouts of inconsistency and inaccuracy, but with
his size, big arm and overall athleticism, it was easy to see what has the
attention of coaches across the country.
Malik Heath (2018)
Jackson (Miss.) Callaway
Recruiting wrap: Heath is awaiting his first scholarship offer.
Performance: Heath has long arms that make him a big target. He is also
smooth out of his breaks. He ran incredibly crisp routes and showed
a knack for high-pointing deep passes. He used his length to snag a couple of
underthrown passes and looked solid catching the ball away from his body.
Devonta Jason (2018)
New Orleans (La.) Landry-Walker
Recruiting wrap: Jason is waiting on his first offer.
Performance: It's hard to believe that Jason hasn't even played a down of his
sophomore year in high school yet, especially considering he's already 6-foot-3
and 180 pounds. Jason made several impressive plays, but more
importantly showed strong, consistent hands. While he doesn't yet have an offer,
Jason should end up with plenty of options.
Tevin Bush (2017)
 New Orleans (La.) Landry-Walker
Recruiting wrap: Bush has an offer from Texas Tech.
Performance: Bush was one of the event's most pleasant surprises and he spent
the day juking out or blowing by some of the best defensive backs in the
country. The shifty, all-purpose back is undersized at 5-foot-8 and 170 pounds,
but it's hard to argue with just how explosive he is in space. In the right
offense at the next level, Bush could be a special X-factor type player capable
of playing a variety of different roles on offense.
Rob Cassidy
Southeast Recruiting Analyst
Jason Howell
Mid-South Recruiting Analyst
Woody Wommack
Southeast Recruiting Analyst
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