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Prospect Review: Camden-Ware

By Barry Every
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Barry Every's prospect scouting report from south Georgia: Camden vs Ware.

A look at the top recruits from Friday's south Georgia scrimmage between traditional powers Camden and Ware Counties.

Prospect Analysis: Camden County

Jeremiah Compton, S, 6-0/180 (2018) – On the night the senior leader of the Cats defensive unit recorded five tackles, one TFL and one PBU. Compton is not afraid to come up in run support and possesses the speed to chase plays down from behind. He currently has combination of FBS and FCS offers that could change as he blends football savvy with solid academics.

Desmond Fogle, OLB, 6-1/205 (2020) – This young athlete definitely passes the eyeball test possessing excellent length with a frame that can add serious weight. On the night he recorded four tackles and one TFL. Fogle definitely one to keep an eye on as the season progresses.

Jakaree Gadsden, ATH, 6-1/205 (2018) – Had one catch for negative yardage, but he snagged the errant pass out of the air with one hand like to was a ping pong ball. At quarterback he was able to demonstrate incredible change of direction and a strong arm. Gadsden has the ability to extend plays and make huge gains with his legs. He definitely has FBS level athletic talents and should be considered a straight up athlete.

Jamie Hill, DE, 6-1/230 (2018) – Hill had a very productive night racking up six tackles and one TFL in three quarters of play. He was impressive versus the inside run and has the ability to run sideline to sideline to make plays. May be considered a bit short at defensive end, but make no mistake he is a high-motor guy.

Ronin Wright, OLB, 6-0/200 (2019) – Wright has made vast physical improvements since last year. Versus the Gators he seemed unstoppable at time in the first quarter finishing the evening with six tackles, two TFL’s and one sack. Wright is at his best wreaking havoc in the backfield and is definitely a player FCS and FBS colleges should put on their radar.

Ware County

Trey Cobb, OLB, 6-1/205 (2018) – For those colleges that passed on Cobb because they could not project the high school defensive end as a linebacker, big mistake! The Appalachian State commit will be playing linebacker this year. He racked up seven tackles on the night and at times seemed all over the field. He actually showed good instincts knifing through the Camden offensive line to make plays in the box.

Ernest Jones, OLB, 6-1/215 (2018) – Unfortunately, the South Carolina commit missed the game with a minor back injury. No worries, he will be back at it soon.

Jalynn Strickland, OL, 6-6/305 (2018) – This massive offensive lineman looked like he was in shoulder pads during warm-ups, he wasn’t. Strickland is destructive on the down blocks and showed the ability to get to second level, especially near the goal line versus Compton. Still needs some work on getting into his pass set quicker; that being said if I was a NC State Wolfpack fan I would be ecstatic about his pledge. Strickland is a road grader that will definitely improve anyone’s run game.