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Rutgers Passing Camp: Top performers

Recruiting wrap: South Carolina, N.C. State and Rutgers sit atop Harmon's list.
Performance: Harmon was consistently good on Saturday despite the wet conditions. The final round of the tournament was played inside the practice bubble and Harmon took over the game. He had multiple touchdown catches and used his size and length to his advantage. Throughout the day, Harmon did a lot of damage over the middle and deep down the field.
Gregory Ross
Oxon Hill (Md.) Potomac
Recruiting wrap: Ross is committed to North Carolina.
Performance: Ross is a cornerback but played a lot of safety on Saturday. He did a good job of quickly reading and reacting to what was happening in front of him. His speed and length helped him deny passes multiple times, especially when he was coming downhill on a pass. Ross is surprisingly physical and strong even though he doesn't look like it.
Ahmir Mitchell
Egg Harbor City (N.J.) Cedar Creek
Recruiting wrap: Mitchell has a top two of Michigan and Ohio State.
Performance: There are few players in the country that are comparable to Mitchell. His size, explosiveness, competitiveness and reliable hands were on full display on Saturday. Cornerbacks that tried to jam him at the line of scrimmage were quickly dispatched and errant passes were hauled in with ease. There was one pass that Mitchell hauled in with one hand between two defenders. He had to pin it against his body because the defender was holding onto his other arm.
Taysir Mack
Brooklyn (N.Y.) Grand Street Campus
Recruiting wrap: Mack is committed to Rutgers.
Performance: There is a lot to like about Mack and his performance reflected that. He has very good size and he seemed to be able to separate from defenders with ease. At about 6-foot-3, Mack is surprisingly quick-twitch and it caught a lot of defenders off guard. He was able to make a lot of touchdown catches down the field and near the sideline.
Elvis Hines (2017)
Haddonfield (N.J.) Paul VI
Recruiting wrap: Temple and Old Dominion are Hines' only offers so far.
Performance: Hines' abilities were never in question, but there was some debate about his ability to put on enough size to be a true Power 5 cornerback. On Saturday it was a nice surprise to see that Hines was adding positive size to his frame while maintaining his crisp footwork and overall speed. Expect a big season out of him this fall, which should open up his recruiting doors.
Ramar Williams
Forestville (Md.) Bishop McNamara
Recruiting wrap: Williams holds offers from schools like Army, Air Force, Hawaii and others.
Performance: Williams has been tearing up the offseason 7-on-7 circuit. He is pretty mobile and does a very good job of throwing on the move. Williams is a very precise passer and has a good sense of timing. There were many times when Williams threw his receivers open instead of waiting for them to get open, an advanced skill. Look for him to put up huge numbers again this season.
Tyshon Fogg (2017)
Towson (Md.) Calvert Hall
Recruiting wrap: Fogg's latest offers are from Stanford and Michigan State.
Performance: Linebackers are at a severe disadvantage in the 7-on-7 setting but Fogg has enough athleticism and awareness to be a major asset. He moved very well in space and used his physicality to his advantage, bumping receivers off their routes and throwing off quarterbacks' timing. Look for Fogg's offer sheet to expanded rapidly over the next few months.
Tayon Fleet-Davis (2017)
Oxon Hill (Md.) Potomac
Recruiting wrap: Fleet-Davis added an offer from Rutgers after the camp.
Performance: There is a lot to like about Fleet-Davis, a 5-foot-11, 205-pound running back. He has very quick feet and played most of the day at wide receiver, proving to a major contributor in the passing game. Fleet-Davis also saw time at linebacker and made a number of plays to end drives and get his offense the ball back.
Artur Sitkowski (2018)
Old Bridge, N.J.
Recruiting wrap: Rutgers and Maryland were the first two schools to offer Sitkowski.
Performance: Only a rising sophomore, Sitkowski is poised to be one of the top quarterbacks in the 2018 class. He is a legitimate 6-foot-5, has a cannon for an arm and has the over the top throwing motion that college scouts are looking for. Sitkowski made some very advanced throws in tight windows over the middle and did a good job of going through his progressions to find the open receiver.
Justin Shorter (2018)
Monmouth Junction (N.J.) South Brunswick
Recruiting wrap: Shorter has yet to pick up his first offer.
Performance: There were other receivers that were more productive than Shorter but the blame for that rests on his quarterback. At 6-foot-3, 193-pounds, Shorter looks like a college-bound receiver. He has great overall speed and very long arms. There were very few plays where he was not open and he made the most of the opportunities he had. Expect Shorter to be a national recruit in the not too distant future.
Brad Hawkins Jr.
Camden, N.J.
Recruiting wrap: Michigan, South Carolina, Rutgers and Temple are Hawkins' top four and he will commit on Friday.

Performance: Hawkins possesses a ton of natural ability. His route running abilities are very advanced and he is able to create a lot of separation. Hawkins is very strong and has a lot of success on jump balls and breaking press coverage is pretty easy for him. He made some very tough catches on Saturday and that is to be expected based off of past performances.
Phil Campbell
Monmouth Junction (N.J.) South Brunswick
Recruiting wrap: Campbell is committed to Rutgers.

Performance: Listed as an athlete, Campbell projects to multiple positions in college. He had a lot of success on Saturday at wide receiver and was able to pick up a lot of yards after the catch. Running in the open field, Campbell was able to make some defenders miss and he had good burst when he planted his foot in the ground to change directions.
Bo Melton (2017)
Egg Harbor City (N.J.) Cedar Creek
Recruiting wrap: Melton is waiting on his first offer.
Performance: A track star in the offseason, Melton isn't as big as his teammate, Rivals100 wideout Ahmir Mitchell, but he can make some very athletic plays. He has a sort of bounce to him and is very light on his feet. Melton's explosiveness can leave any defensive back in the dust. Right now he gets by mostly on athleticism but there is a ton of potential for him to be a major contributor on either side of the ball in college.
Adam Friedman
Mid-Atlantic Recruiting Analyst
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