The 2010 NIKE Football Training Camp tour is in the books and Rivals.com was able to evaluate prospects at each of the 13 events across the country.
Our analysts got together and came up with their All-NIKE Camp Team based on the players' performances from all of the events. Today we take a look at the offense.
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2010 ALL-NIKE CAMP TEAM - OFFENSE
Driskel NIKE Camp HighlightsClick QB Jeff Driskel, 6-3/225, Oviedo (Fla.) HagertyHere to view this Link.
Committed to: Florida
Performance: "Man, I like everything about Driskel. He's the total package. He has the size, the mechanics, the footwork and he can make all the throws. I mean all of them. I was with him a month ago in Orlando, and he has gotten a lot better in that time." - NIKE Camp QB coach Browning Nagle
Wright NIKE Camp HighlightsClick RB Remound Wright, 5-9/190, Fort Wayne (Ind.) Bishop DwengerHere to view this Link.
Committed to: Stanford
Performance: "Wright is thick from his neck to his calves making him one hard runner to get your arms around. He has tremendous body control for his build and he can adjust to the ball while it is in the air. On top of that, his character and academics make him attractive to almost any school in the nation." - Rivals.com analyst Barry Every
Hayes NIKE Camp HighlightsClick RB Justice Hayes, 5-10/175, Grand Blance (Mich.)Here to view this Link.
Performance: "No one will outwork this intelligent football player on the practice field. Hayes runs through every drill with maximum effort yet still looks completely in control of every muscle in his body. He also has the frame and ability to play several positions at the next level. - Every
Arnett NIKE Camp HighlightsClick WR DeAnthony Arnett, 6-0/167, Saginaw (Mich.)Here to view this Link.
Performance: "During individual work he displayed tremendous body control, adjusting to balls thrown behind him and making it look routine. Arnett had some of the most consistent hands throughout the day as he went out and latched onto every ball away from his body." - Every
Camp: Baton Rouge
Committed to: LSU
Performance: "Despite limited size and the lack of elite track speed, Landry is a can't-miss prospect at wide receiver. He has incredible start-stop ability. He gets to full speed immediately and can stop on a dime and he is able to do that functionally with terrific route-running ability. Landry also catches everything in his vicinity." - Rivals.com analyst Barton Simmons
TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins, 6-7/250, Gig Harbor (Wash.)
Performance: "Seferian-Jenkins wants to be known as the nation's best tight end and a top-100 player, and he proved it at the camp. He's big but doesn't plod. He can split out and run routes well, he's light on his feet and his hands are outstanding." - Rivals.com analyst Adam Gorney
Hart NIKE Camp HighlightsClick OL Bobby Hart, 6-4/283, Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas AquinasHere to view this Link.
Performance: "His superlative performance started early in the camp. He glided through the agility webs with ease. Later, he jumped the line and took more reps than any offensive lineman in the camp. His hand placement and pass set were fantastic. He proved why he may be the most coveted offensive lineman south of Orlando." - Every
Morales NIKE Camp HighlightsClick OL Tony Morales, 6-4/300, Arlington (Texas) Sam HoustonHere to view this Link.
Camp: Fort Worth
Committed to: Texas Tech
Performance: "Tony was able to move his feet and bend his knees well, rendering defensive linemen useless against him. He is not afraid to get his hands inside and drive defenders to the turf. No lineman on either side of the ball received more adulation. Morales was able to run away with the top honors at his position." - Every
Camp: Baton Rouge
Committed to: Ole Miss
Performance: "Other than his reps where he faced defensive tackle Mickey Johnson, Hutson may not have lost a one-on-one rep all day. He is a complete offensive lineman at 6 feet 4, 287 pounds with the ability to play every position on the offensive line. On Saturday, Hutson showed extremely good feet and flexibility." - Simmons
Rigsbee NIKE Camp HighlightsClick OL Jordan Rigsbee, 6-4/275, Chico (Calif.) Pleasant ValleyHere to view this Link.
Camp: Palo Alto
Committed to: Cal
Performance: "Rigsbee, an Army All-American, plays with a nasty streak that few blockers have displayed on the NIKE Camp Tour this spring. When going through one-on-ones, he put several defenders into the ground with crushing blocks. He also impressed in drill work with great knee bend, hip flexibility and the ability to adjust to the techniques he was being taught." - Rivals.com analyst Jeremy Crabtree
Johnstone NIKE Camp HighlightsClick OL Tyler Johnstone, 6-6/260, Chandler (Ariz.) HamiltonHere to view this Link.
Camp: Los Angeles
Performance: "Johnstone had the lightest feet going through agilities of all the offensive lineman, and was one of the meanest and nastiest competitors during one-on-ones." - Every
Williams NIKE Camp HighlightsClick ATH Karlos Williams, 6-2/210, Davenport (Fla.) RidgeHere to view this Link.
Committed to: Florida State
Performance: "Though he likely projects as a safety on the next level, Williams worked out at wide receiver in Gainesville. He was too big for cornerbacks to handle and too fast for safeties to handle and when he couldn't get separation he used his body well to shield defenders. Williams just had a very consistent, effective day all day." - Simmons
Neal NIKE Camp HighlightsClick WR Davonte Neal (2012), Scottsdale (Calif.) ChaparralHere to view this Link.
Diggs NIKE Camp HighlightsClick WR Stefon Diggs (2012), Olney (Md.) Our Lady of Good CounselHere to view this Link.
OL Alex Mitchell, Portland (Ore.) Jefferson
Humphries NIKE Camp HighlightsClick OL D.J. Humphries (2012), Charlotte (N.C.) Mallard CreekHere to view this Link.
OL Ryker Mathews, American Fork (Utah)
Robinson NIKE Camp HighlightsClick OL Cody Robinson, McMinnville (Tenn.) Warren CountyHere to view this Link.
Langi NIKE Camp HighlightsClick ATH Harvey Langi, South Jordan (Utah) BinghamHere to view this Link.
HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE
QB Chad Jeffries, Glendora (Calif.); QB Christian Lemay, Mathews (N.C.) Butler; RB Ameer Abdullah, Homewood (Ala.); RB Jeremy Hill, Baon Rouge (La.) Redemptorist; RB Amir Carlisle, Sunnyvale (Calif.) King's Academy; WR Corey Smith, Akron (Ohio) Buchtel (2012); WR Miles Shuler, Long Branch (N.J.); TE Everett Pleasant, Humble (Texas) Atascocita; OL Alfredo Morales, Arlington (Texas) Sam Houston; OL Sioasi Aiono, West Covina (Calif.) South Hills; OL Ralston Evans, Indianapolis (Ind.) Arlington; OL Jordan Simmons, Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey (2012); OL Geoff Mogus, Lakewood (Ohio) St. Edward; ATH D.J. Hubbard, Avondale (Ariz.) Loya Community