After focusing on the linemen earlier today, we turned our attention to the offensive skill positions for the class of 2020. Quarterbacks, running backs and receivers were in full swing on day two of Top Gun and really put forth maximum effort. After receiving instruction from the NFL coaches, they took to the field and it was on immediately. Below are five offensive skill position guys that have impressed to this point at Top Gun.
A true beneficiary to the exposure of Top Gun, Bellazin has bombarded his way to the national stage with a tremendous start to Top Gun 2015. The physically advanced receiver is the perfect mix of speed, strength and excellent hands. He consistently won 1-on-1’s and has All-American caliber athletic ability.
Kalii Bradford – Richmond, Virginia
After standing out during his FBU Regional camp, Bradford has continued to impress thus far at Top Gun. Through three on-field sessions, Bradford has showed off some very good speed and the ability to run effective routes out of the backfield.
Harrison Bailey – Powder Springs, Georgia
One of the top players in the country and a 2014 FBU All-American, Bailey was bumped up and has taken every rep with the class of 2019—and has still had success. At 6-foot-3, he’s tall and has amazing downfield vision as a signal caller. Blessed with a strong and accurate throwing arm, Bailey is again proving that he’s a star even amongst other stars.
Talin Wesley Kemp – Columbia, Missouri
In a 2020 wide receiver group that has former FBU All-Americans, standouts from the FBU National Championship tournament and other elite athletes, Kemp has really stood out over the last two days. A big, long receiver, Kemp is a smooth route runner and tenaciously attacks the ball when it’s in the air.
Roman Purcell – Cincinnati, Ohio
Participating in his home state, Purcell quickly became a must-see quarterback at FBU Top Gun over the first three on-field sessions. He throws a very fast ball and more importantly is a vocal leader on the field. Standing at the line he was barking out orders and building a rapport with his receivers throughout the sessions. Purcell has been as advertised and then some.
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