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Perhaps the biggest surprise of the day was defensive tackle Craig Payne Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Tan (Ontario, Calif. /Colony). He caught my eye first during the agility stations. This big guy went through the ropes and foot speed drills with ease. He impressed everyone as the day went on. Payne really made his mark Adidas Yeezy Pink And Black
Two very gifted athletes had great camps Sunday even though they may not play the same position at the next level. Both Marquis Simmons and Jayson Almond (Bloomington Calif. ) worked out with the linebackers. Adidas Yeezy Latest
during the pass rush competition. He demonstrated the ability to power rush and come hard off the edge. He used the swim and rip techniques almost to perfection, but it was the great effort he gave that separated him from the rest. He's a guy who wasn't on a lot of people's radars, but Payne showed he could be a difference maker on Sunday.
Simmons looks like a Greek god (don't tell the Trojans) and has a motor that never quits. He gave 100 percent every play, all day long. His strength and athleticism could make him a tremendous rushing end, and I really think he could be a force to be reckoned Adidas Yeezy
with at the collegiate level. Meanwhile, Almond was by far the biggest linebacker at camp. He went through the drills with outstanding body control and agility.
acks, and both seemed to thrive on the competition. There was a lot of hootin' and hollerin' going on during the one on one pass protection/pass rush competition. Both the offensive and defensive lines went lights out during this spirited struggle. The one player who stood out in the crowd was Kevin Graf. This mountainous man was extremely light on his feet for a 6 foot 6, 302 pound offensive lineman. He uses his hands well, and once he locks on, the defender has no chance of getting to the quarterback. He kept jumping in to take on all challengers, and he won the vast majority of the battles. The other offensive lineman who wouldn't be denied was Greg Capella (El Diamante, Calif. ). He went repetition after repetition, getting tougher and tougher as the competition heated up.