2016 ATLANTA COMBINE TOP PERFORMERS
Class of 2019
Gorney performed exceptionally well during the combine portion of the camp, running a 4.8 in the 40, 7.53 in the L-drill, jumped 8′ and tossed the medicine ball 27’2” to finish with an overall combine score of 109.12. Look for Gorney to make an impact this season at Brookwood H.S. in Gwinnett County, GA.
- Best 40- Anthony Gorney 4.8
- Best Shuttle- Anthony Gorney 3.86
- Best 3 Cone- Anthony Gorney 7.53
- Best Broad Jump- Michael Killebrew 8’1”
- Best Medicine Ball- Anthony Gorney 27’2”
- Best Overall Combine Score- Anthony Gorney 109.12
Class of 2020
BRANDON THOMAS – CAMP MVP
Thomas scored good numbers during the combine portion of the camp, but he really impressed everyone with his 7v7 performance. showing a knack for finding the ball on offense and defense, he made several big plays on offense including 2 big time TDS to give his team the lead. On defense, he finished with 2 interceptions to cap off a great performance and take the MVP award back home to Cusseta, Ga. Brandon Thomas Is Scheduled To Attend Chattahoochee HS In The Fall.
Winston is a 2x NPFA all American and came into camp showing that he has been working hard this off season. The Douglasville linebacker ran a 4.84 in the 40, which is amazing for a kid playing his position at his age. Winston also displayed his agility and explosion running a 7.77 l-drill and jumping 8’2” in the broad jump. Winston has quickness and power to make an impact in run support and the speed to cover in pass coverage. Has the athleticism to make an immediate impact at new Manchester HS next season.
Cowart has good size for a QB combined with a strong arm and great athleticism. He also ran the best shuttle for his class and had the longest broad jump, which shows his ability to move around in the pocket. Cowart finished with the top overall combine score for the class of 2020 with 105.72.
Tyson finished with the 2nd best overall combine score of 102.24. He performed well in all events and showed a great combination of quickness (7.65 3 cone), explosion (7’5” jump) and power with best med ball toss (21’10”). Tyson also performed well on defense during the 7v7 game and playing tight man coverage that led to a pivotal interception during the game. Tyson will be attending Central HS In Phoenix City, AL next fall.
Drake performed well during the combine and scored high marks in every category. He scored a 4.67 in the shuttle, 7.79 in the l-drill, jumped 7’10’’ and tossed the medicine ball 21’2” to earn the 3rd overall best combine score for his class 101.37. Drake is slated to attend state powerhouse Mceachern HS next school year.
Witherspoon has division 1 prospect size at 6’1” 175lbs and will improve on his speed (4.95 40) as he grows well enough to gain recruiting attention in the years to come. Not to mention, that Witherspoon will be attending well known Stephenson HS in stone mountain that has one of the better known histories of recruitment in metro Atlanta during the present era. Look for this young receiver with great leaping ability (7’8” broad jump) and strength (19’6” medicine ball toss) to fit right in and continue to get better as he will be practicing against a defensive backfield full of d1 offers.
Taylor showed great poise in the pocket and pin-point accuracy. He showed the ability to make every throw and thread the needle when needed. He also showed good athleticism running a 5.09 40, 7.97 3-cone, 8’1” jump, and a med ball toss of 20’7” and finished with an overall combine score of 101.32. Taylor will attend CENTRAL HS next season in Carrollton, GA.
- Best 40- Shawn Winston 4.84, Kai “Flex” Ferrell 4.9, Reginald Witherspoon 4.95
- Best Shuttle- Casey Cowart 4.48, Shawn Winston 4.53, Daezuan Tyson and Kendall Drake 4.67
- Best 3 Cone- Tony Caldwell 7.39, Casey Cowart 7.48, Shawn Wintson 7.77
- Best Broad Jump- Casey Cowart 8’9”, Shawn Winston 8’2”, Kashit Taylor 8’1”
- Best Med Ball Toss- Daezuan Tyson 21’10”, Kendall Drake 21’2”, Kashit Taylor 20’7”
- Best Overall Combine Score- Casey Cowart 105.72, Daezuan Tyson 102.24, Kendall Drake 101.37
CLASS OF 2021
TERIAN WILLIAMS III
Williams has a fullback’s frame with a powerful arm. What makes this a really dangerous combination for opposing defenses is that he runs with true power and speed as a ball carrier and doesn’t go down easily. This youth ALL American’s playing style reminds us of Seattle Seahawks FB Michael Robinson (when he played QB at Penn State). Took 1st in 4 out of the 6 combine categories (4.43 shuttles, 7.81 l-drill, med ball toss 20′, and overall score 105.42).
Reid has the frame of a high school underclassmen as a 7th grader. To go with his size, Reid also has great speed (4.94 40). Reid also showed good agility with an 8.02 l-drill, decent explosion with a 7’9” broad jump, and power with a 18’9” medicine ball toss. Reid performed well at the combine and finished with an overall score off 103.50, but it was clear that the RB from Covington, GA also enjoys the more physical aspects of the game.
Miles is an Youth All American who has a great arm and is accurate in both the short and long passing game. Last year miles won the camp MVP for his grade so him performing well in 7v7 and 1v1’s weren’t shocking, but while many QBS are perfecting their arm trey has worked on getting faster and stronger. The Phoenix city, al QB finished in the top 3 in all categories and finished with an overall combine score of 99.25.
- Best 40- Terrence Reid 4.94, Nolan Johnson 5.21, Trey Miles 5.3
- Best Shuttle- Terian Williams Iii 4.43, Trey Miles 4.48, Quincy Cullins 4.71
- Best 3 Cone- Terian Williams Iii 7.81, Terrence Reid 8.02, Trey Miles 8.17
- Best Broad Jump- Terrence Reid 7’9”, Terian Williams Iii 7’5”, Trey Miles 7’2”
- Best Med Ball Toss- Terian Williams Iii 20′, Terrence Reid 18’9”, Trey Miles 16′
Best Overall Combine Score- Terian Williams Iii 105.42, Terrence Reid 103.50, Trey Miles 99.25
Class of 2022
REMI ADAMS – 6TH GRADE and UNDER MVP
Adams is a young phenom and a threat anytime the ball is in his hands. The young athlete from Acworth, GA ran a 5 flat 40, 4.64 shuttle, 7.66 3-cone, and jumped 8’8” to finish with the highest overall combine score for any grade level with 114.48. Most amazing is that many of Remi Adams’ scores would have landed him in the top 3 in our 8th grade group.
Benson passes the coaches’ “eye test” at first glance, but also proved that he can make it happen on the field as well. The RB/ LB from Lithia Springs, GA was a threat on offense, but played great in man to man coverage on defense scoring a pick during to go along with several break-ups during the day.
- BEST 40- REMI ADAMS 5, RASHAD BENSON 5.46
- BEST SHUTTLE- REMI ADAMS 4.64, DYLAN CARDEN 5.05
- BEST 3 CONE- REMI ADAMS 7.66, MARKEI BROOKS 8.49
- BEST BROAD JUMP- REMI ADAMS 8’8”, DYLAN CARDEN 7′
- BEST MED BALL TOSS- DYLAN CARDEN 16’7”, MARKEI BROOKS 15’10”
- BEST OVERALL COMBINE SCORE- REMI ADAMS 114.48, DYLAN CARDEN 106.45
5TH GRADE and UNDER
Mbakwe is a big target on the offensive side of the ball and has great speed and jumping ability to go with his size. He placed in the top 3 in 5 of the 6 events. Ran 5.77 40 (2nd fastest), 4.66 shuttle (fastest), 8 l-drill (fastest), and jumped 6’10” (2nd fastest) to finish with the top overall combine score of 104.62. NFPA scores are based on how the average 6th grader performs; Mbakwe (a 4th grader) having a scored over 100 means he is well ahead of the curve.
Walker is lightning in a bottle and plays the game with a great attitude. He destroyed the combine portion of the camp and did it all with a huge smile on his face (literally). Walker ran an amazing time in the 40 for someone in the 4th grade with a 5.49. Was top in the broad jump with 7’1”, but what was really amazing was walker’s power. Showing up as one of the smallest guys in the camp, he threw the medicine ball the furthest with 15′.
Darden performed well in the combine and was the only one in his class that placed in the top 3 in all events, which shows he is an all-around good athlete. The Birmingham, al athlete finished with the 3rd highest overall combine score of 102.38. Again, this shows that Darden, who is only a 4th grader, is well ahead of the curve.
- Best 40- Chase Walker 5.49, Jaylen Mbakwe 5.77, Tre Darden 5.79
- Best Shuttle- Jaylen Mbakwe 4.66, Western Bergman 4.94, Tre Darden 4.98
- Best 3 Cone- Jaylen Mbakwe 8, Western Bergman 8.09, Tre Darden 8.26
- Best Broad Jump- Chase Walker 7’1”, Jaylen Mbakwe 6’10”, Tre Darden 6’6”
- Best Med Ball Toss- Chase Walker 15′, Peyton Lynch 14’4”, Tre Darden 13’8”
- Best Overall Combine Score- Jaylen Mbakwe 104.62, Chase Walker 104.37, Tre Darden 102.38