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UA Day two: Stock up, stock down

Recruiting Wrap: Menet is committed to Penn State.
Performance: Menet stepped his game on day two. He was much stronger at the point of attack and didn't let as many defensive linemen get penetration. Menet showed his patented physicality, nastiness, and just looked more comfortable overall.
Antonneous Clayton
Vienna (Ga.) Dooly County.' No. 57 Rivals100
Recruiting Wrap: Clayton is a Florida commitment, but Florida State is giving chase.
Performance: For the second day in a row, Clayton showed great explosion and speed off the edge. His first step was too much for any offensive lineman to handle and he continued to get the best of the opposition.
Benito Jones
Waynesboro (Miss.) Wayne County; No. 117 Rivals250
Recruiting Wrap: Jones is an Ole Miss commitment
Performance: Jones showed some quickness in the middle yesterday but kept getting knocked off course. On day two he was able to more effectively use that first step to get opponents off balance and worked his hands better to counter his opponents.
Tyrie Cleveland
Houston (Texas) Westfield; No. 201 Rivals250
Recruiting Wrap: Cleveland is committed to Houston, but Florida, Arkansas and TCU are giving chase.
Performance: Cleveland was a tough cover throughout the day for defenders and made some great adjustments to the football. His hands have been very strong and he was one of the more dynamic playmaking threats on Wednesday.
A.J. Brown
Starkville (Miss.) Starkville; No. 138 Rivals250
Recruiting wrap: Ole Miss and Mississippi State are the top two contenders for Brown.
Performance: After two days of practice it is becoming clear that Brown has some of the best hands on either team. Nearly every pass thrown his way is a completion whether it is thrown in front or behind him. Brown isn't the fastest wide receiver but he runs good routes, gets separation, and has a huge catch radius.
Andre Anthony
New Orleans (La.) Edna Karr; three-star, No. 22 weakside defensive end
Recruiting wrap: Anthony is committed to LSU.
Performance: Anthony started the week with a very solid effort on Tuesday, and he followed it up with another strong performance on day two. His speed rush has given opposing linemen fits during one-on-one pass rush drills and he has also shown a nice rip to counter inside when offensive lineman over correct.
B.J. Emmons
Morgantown (N.C.) Freedom; No. 114 Rivals250
Recruiting wrap: Emmons is committed to Alabama and is solid in his decision.
Performance: Emmons is shifty out of the offensive backfield. He is tough to handle in the open field with some really nice short space burst. His speed allows him to run away from defenders. He has been a consistent threat the last two days.
Stock Down
Nate Craig-Myers
Tampa (Fla.) Tampa Catholic; No. 13 Rivals100
Recruiting wrap: Craig-Myers has visits scheduled to Auburn and Ole Miss. North Carolina, Maryland and South Carolina are also in the mix.
Performance: It has been a quiet week so far for Nate Craig-Myers. He looks the part but he has not run strong routes and created separation. He has been slow off the line and not adjusted well to balls thrown his way.
Jack Allison
Palmetto (Fla.) Palmetto; No. 182 Rivals250
Recruiting wrap: Allison is committed to Miami.
Performance: Allison threw a lot of passes on day one and it clearly had a big affect on him. His arm looked tired and his throws didn't have much zip on them. Allison was pretty accurate but many of his passes, especially his deep passes, hung in the air and were easy for defensive backs to knock down.
Deontay Anderson
Manvel (Texas) Manvel; No. 66 Rivals100
Recruiting wrap: Anderson has official visits scheduled to Texas, LSU and Ole Miss.
Performance: Anderson has added some bulk to his frame but has not shown the ranginess. His footwork has been sloppy and his hips have been a little on the tight side in the first couple days of practice.
Kareem Walker
Wayne (N.J.) De Paul Catholic; No. 41 Rivals100
Recruiting Wrap: Walker is committed to Michigan.
Performance: Walker has been indecisive and has not hit the hole with authority. He did not seem to get a good read on the play as it developed and he has lacked explosion the last few days.
Patrick Bethel
Vero Beach (Fla.) Vero Beach; three-star, No. 25 strongside defensive end
Recruiting wrap: Bethel is committed to Miami.
Performance: Bethel is a big, athletic kid but he doesn't do a good job of using his hands. Offensive linemen don't have a difficult time getting a good punch on him and he is easily knocked off balance. Bethel should try to keep his pad level lower and use his quickness to his advantage.
Jason Howell
Mid-South Recruiting Analyst
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