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Rivals Camp Series: Miami combine attracts 1,000

HIALEAH, FLA. – The 2020 Rivals Camp Series kicked off with a combine in the Miami area, at which more than 1,000 hopeful prospects attended in hopes to earn an invitation to Sunday’s elite Rivals camp. Below, we have a look at a few of the players that were invited back to partake in the invite-only festivities on Sunday.


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Jamarri Brown
Jamarri Brown (Rivals.com)

A pair of Cardinal Newman High school teammates made the cut on Saturday, earning camp invitations based on their measurables. Agile athlete Jamarri Brown ran an impressive shuttle and showed off a nice broad jump to seal the deal. His teammate and fellow invitee, linebacker Aaron LaMartinierre, was one of the more physically impressive prospects at the event and boasts a high upside despite taking a year off from football as a junior. Both will be under the microscope on Sunday when they take the field to compete against elite prospects.


Makai Lovett
Makai Lovett (Rivals.com)

Miami High School wide receiver Makai Lovett showed off explosiveness to go along with his college-ready body and secured an invite to Sunday’s elite event because of it. Lovett already claims offers from Utah, Florida State and FAU, and will have the chance to further raise his profile with a solid performance at the camp. Miami High isn’t a traditional football power, but Lovett certainly has the combine stats to compete with prospects from perennial FBS feeder schools.


Brayden Mitchell
Brayden Mitchell (Rivals.com)

Deerfield Beach rush end Brayden Mitchell has the length to be an effective linebacker/end hybrid on the college level but is still in search of his first offer. His recruiting profile should increase as he adds size to his somewhat slender build. He’ll rely on his impressive length and quickness to make an impact at Sunday’s camp. Mitchell has visited both West Virginia and Syracuse in the past.


Jeremiah Young
Jeremiah Young (Rivals.com)

Jeremiah Young has some impressive measurables, which admittedly means little for a quarterback. That said, his frame and testing times make him an interesting name to watch at a camp stop that isn’t overflowing with hyper-elite quarterback talent. Little will be known about Young’s skill level until things kick off on Sunday morning, making him a bit of a mystery. He has fielded little to no recruiting interest at the moment but will have a chance to change that this weekend.


Elijah Miller
Elijah Miller (Rivals.com)

Miami Central's Elijah Miller is no stranger to high-level competition. He plays for one of Florida’s most decorated football schools, so he won’t be intimidated by anyone come Sunday. Miller has shocking athleticism despite his massive fame and a touch of bad weight. There are high expectations for his camp performance despite him being a relative unknown.


Joriell Washington punched his ticket to Sunday with his long frame and impressive testing times. The Fort Myers-based athlete holds a few offers as things stand but hopes to make noise on Sunday and play his way onto the radar of college coaches everywhere. Oregon, Iowa State and Kentucky have already made things official.


Quarterback Mack Williams, who attended last year’s camp, earned a return trip based on his times and his 6-foot-3 frame. Williams has been contacted by Kentucky among other programs.