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Top Offense: Pylon 7-on-7 Las Vegas

Much like Costello, Eason, the nation's No. 1-rated prospect, put on a show in the 7-on-7 setting. Eason's big arm basically nullified the high winds, but he was also very accurate throwing into tight windows. He made some eye-popping throws into the end zone and put enough touch on passes to beat defenders in zone coverage.
Devin Asiasi
Concord (Calif.) De La Salle
The physical tight end was a handful for any defender that stood in his way. Aside from being a major presence up the middle, Asiasi used his 6-foot-3, 253-pound frame to body up linebackers on underneath routes and was a headache for safeties in the red zone. Not only does Asiasi show good mobility and athleticism, but also has very strong hands.
Tyler Vaughns
La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat
In a loaded field of receivers, Vaughns might have been the most impressive, hooking up with Costello time and time again. The lanky wideout showed great body control and was unmatched on jump balls in the end zone. Vaughns ran crisp routes, using great footwork to get past cornerbacks and finishing plays with soft hands.
N'Keal Harry
Chandler, Ariz.
A week after a stellar performance at the Rivals Camp in Las Vegas where he punched his ticket to this summer's Five-Star Challenge, Harry was back in town for much of the same. The wideout had a dominant showing in the morning session, making acrobatic catches to carry his team. Harry continued his ascension among the deep crop of receivers out West.
Dylan Crawford
Rancho Santa Margarita (Calif.) Santa Margarita Catholic
If not for Vaughns, the rangy Crawford would have been the star of his team's receiving corps. Crawford got open with ease and was a reliable target for Costello down field. He didn't lack in the effort department, either; Crawford made a diving snag for a touchdown with his team up big.
Jack Allison
Palmetto, Fla.
The tall quarterback put on a display with his strong arm. Despite all that power, Allison was very accurate and did well to look off safeties to find passing lanes. The Miami commit has a great frame that should translate well at the next level given his prowess as a passer.
Hunter Johnson (2017)
Brownsburg, Ind.
Johnson has a compact throwing motion that allows him to be very consistent as a passer. He kept his feet moving in the pocket and threw perhaps the tightest spiral in the event. Johnson distributed the ball well, too, which shouldn't be overlooked given how easy it could be for quarterbacks to key in on one receiver.
Tyjon Lindsey (2017)
Las Vegas Bishop Gorman
Lindsey stays low to the ground throughout his route and explodes off the line of scrimmage. He might not be the biggest target, but he seemingly finds open space and makes difficult catches look fairly easy. Lindsey runs good vertical routes and has a great feel for crossing patterns as well, making him a well-rounded prospect at an early stage.
Kevin Stepherson
Jacksonville (Fla.) First Coast
Stepherson had a one-handed touchdown catch that drew applause, and he also separated well from cornerbacks, especially on slant routes. He had really great hands and showed an extra gear to get underneath balls down field.
Tate Martell (2017)
Las Vegas Bishop Gorman
Playing on a team made up of high school teammates, Martell looked very comfortable throwing in this environment. He's an elite competitor who likes the challenge that athletic defenses pose, and he has no fear to test defensive backs. Martell made throws of all lengths and displayed his elusiveness, scrambling to his right to evade a blitz while keeping his eyes down field and throwing a touchdown.
Demetric Felton
Temecula (Calif.) Great Oak
Felton was explosive throughout the early session and had a long touchdown catch plus the two-point conversion. He has good hands, but most of his work comes in open space where he can use his speed and shiftiness.
Trevon Sidney
La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat
Though he might have been the third option for Costello, Sidney made the most of his opportunities. He had a diving catch to pick up a huge first down and also converted a two-point try with a back-shoulder fade that he ran to perfection. Sidney has all the tools to thrive in the 7-on-7 circuit, especially with an accurate quarterback on his side.
Melquise Stovall
Lancaster (Calif.) Paraclete
Just like he did at the Rivals Camp in Las Vegas last weekend, Stovall broke by any linebacker that he matched up against. He has very reliable hands and makes acrobatic catches up the middle. Stovall is a nuisance out of the backfield and plays with great intensity.
Jack Jones
Long Beach (Calif.) Poly
It was yet another solid showing for the elusive Jones. The slot receiver constantly gets open and he catches everything that is thrown his way. He's not necessarily a deep threat, but he's the perfect fit for offenses that like to chip their way down field.
Chase Lucas
Chandler, Ariz.
After playing both receiver and cornerback at the Rivals Camp last weekend, Lucas was exclusively on offense Saturday. He ran short routes to the outside as a complement to high school teammate Harry, but he's also dangerous when he works his way up the middle. Lucas has the ability to get open against most defensive backs and has a knack for making big plays.
Blair Angulo
West Recruiting Analyst
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