Top Performers From The Army Junior Combine

Submitted by Gobluegr on January 8th, 2012 at 11:32 AM

247 Sports reviewed the top perfromers of the Army Junior Combine, here are the players listed with interest in Michigan.

Top Offensive/Defensive Linemen performers with interest in Michigan:

Kentucky OL Hunter Bivin- visited for a game earlier this year and is very interested in Michigan (no offer):
"The class of 2013 offensive tackle caught our eye with fluid movement and flexibility in the shuttle as well as very good feet in his pass set. While he can continue to work on his quickness that shows up in a reactive manner, he possesses good feet, impressive knee bend and a quality initial punch."
 

David Dawson

Texas OL David Dawson- went to Cass Tech for the first two years in high school (no offer): "The 6-foot-4, 300-pound Dawson displayed a very quick pass set and powerful punch that re-routed ends on every rep. While quick in his pass set and initially powerful, the reactive quickness and lateral ability he showed could lead to a move to guard from tackle at the next level."

Kentucky DE Jason Hatcher- has family in Michigan and is very interested (offered): "Hatcher backed up an impressive Under Armour Combine performance in Orlando with another strong performance today. The 6-foot-1, 230-pounder was quick off the edge and showed excellent lateral ability for his size. His body quickness and reactive quickness are elite. We feel like Hatcher could project to a 3-4 outside linebacker at the next level."

Top Offensive Skill performers with Michigan interest:

Ohio ATH Malik Zaire- has interest in Michigan and has been in contact with the coaches (no offer):
"Coming into the combine, Zaire was expected to be one of the top athletes at the quarterback position and he didn’t disappoint. The 6-1, 185-pounder tested extremely well with a 4.5 40-yard dash, a 4.31 short shuttle and a 34.5 inch vertical."

Robert Foster- recently offered and has emphasized that acedemics are important:
"Did Robert Foster lose a rep during Friday’s one-on-ones? If he did, we didn’t see it. Foster defended his ranking as the top wide receiver in the country for the class of 2013 by precisely and definitively winning all of his one-on-one battles with great route-running, strength and hands."

Good Counsel WR Andre Levrone- Good Counsel connection (no offer):
"The big receiver in the white gloves was unstoppable at times. Levone has a great frame and he can out-body defenders for the football, snatching it with his big hands and then shrugs off defensive backs and gets upfield with fluidity. Claiming offers from Virginia and Auburn, Levrone looks like one of the best possession receivers on the Atlantic coast"

Top Defensive Skill performer with Michigan interest:

Good Counsel CB Kendall Fuller- has expressed a high interest in Michigan (offered):
"In his backpedal, Kendal Fuller can really see a play develop well. His instincts and quickness allowed him to win almost all of his reps. He doesn’t overexert himself in his backpedal but if he has to turn and run, he still has the hips to transition. With good size to boot, Fuller showed why he has such a lofty ranking and such a large offer list. Fuller also had one of the day’s fastest 40 times"

Comments

Trebor

January 8th, 2012 at 1:44 PM ^

Is there any way Kendall Fuller goes somewhere other than VT? I figured with his whole family having attended VT so far, he's just next in line, and that's the general consensus I've seen from most people.