Competitive Edge Sports' John Tamburo instructs the Scout.com Combine participants prior to the beginning of testing drills.
Super sophomore offensive linemen, Caledonia HS's Derek Sherrod, Jackson Academy's Chaz Ramsey, Raymond HS's Chris McDuffie, and Houston HS's Edward Prince. All looked really good in one on ones drills.
Super junior defensive linemen, Philadelphia HS's Anthony Gray and Ridgeland HS's Aaron Williams. Although Anthony - the state powerlifting champion in his classification - had a slightly bruised knee, he still showed up for the combine and performed really well in the one on ones. Aaron, who was chosen the top defensive linemen at the US Army All-American combine in San Antionio last January (there were over 700 players at the combine), really stood out in the one on ones. Although both are in the 6-0 range in height, they make up for lack of height with tremendous strength and good quickness. Their confidence level is also off the charts.
Scout.com Combine participants getting their vertical leaps tested.
Noxubee County HS quarterback James Patterson, possibly the top QB prospect in the state of Mississippi this year, answers questions from media members Paul Jones of the Commercial Dispatch (and Dawgs' Bite, Powered by GenesPage.com) and also by Lisa of WCBI-TV prior to the start of testing drills.
Meridian HS, loaded with D-I prospects this year, had several players in attendance, including, from left to right, Brandon Davis, Roshaad Byrd, Jamie Hill and Cordera Eason. Derrick Davis, due to an injury, wasn't able to attend the combine.
Jamon Hughes of Humphreys County HS talks with his dad prior to the beginning of testing. Jamon, who recorded almost 200 tackles last season, is one of the top linebackers in the state of Mississippi.
Todd Kelly, one of the high school sports writers for The Clarion-Ledger, covered the Scout.com Combine.
Former MSU quarterback Sleepy Robinson attended the combine to watch his son and nephew participant.
Philadelphia HS defensive lineman Anthony Gray testing his standing broad jump.
Scout.com combine participant testing his forty yard dash. Although I'm waiting to find out who he was, I believe the fastest time was either a 4.49 or a 4.51.
Gene Swindoll is the publisher of the Dawgs' Bite, Powered by GenesPage.com website, the source for Mississippi State sports on Scout.com sports network. You can contact him by emailing email@example.com.