Friday, May 14, 2010

Mallard Creek sophomore the best lineman in America?

Mallard Creek sophomore offensive lineman D.J. Humphries had himself a wonderful Nike camp at Virginia Tech last week. He had scouts saying he was the best sophomore lineman they'd seen at any Nike camp this year.

Based on his performance, scouts now think Humphries could be the top lineman recruit in the class of 2012.

Butler’s Christian LeMay was QB MVP at the camp, and teammate Kris Frost, a junior linebacker, was also impressive. Mallard Creek lineman Devin Flowers and Butler freshman Peter Kalambayi also had strong camps.

Indian Trail Sun Valley receiver Jody Fuller, a 5-11 sophomore, had a strong camp and has offers from South Carolina, Maryland and Duke.

Area players on the all-camp team were: LeMay, Butler running back Deion Walker, Marvin Ridge receiver K.J. Brent, Flowers, Humphries, Butler defensive lineman Colin Parsons, Frost and Vance defensive back Calvin Hunter.

More than 230 players attended the camp; 25 made the all-camp team.


Anonymous said...

The city of Charlotte better get used to seeing the Mavericks in mix each year as one of the area's best football programs.

Mallard Creek is the Best said...

Damn 2 of the top lineman in the country blocking for one of the best QB's in the nation Mallard Creek got something for them I hope to see them play Butler next year Strenght (Butler) vs. Speed (Mallard Creek) its gon remind me of national championship game between Oklahoma and Florida

Anonymous said...

Mallard Creeks right tackle Tevin Lawshe is 6'4 240 and is a Freshmen. He is the little brother of former Mavericks Center Travis Lawshe who was all conference and all charlotte weekly now playing Center at UNC Pembroke. Tevin projects to be right in the footsteps of Humphries. Williams may never hit the ground this coming season