SPE Elite National Camp 2020 Top Performers

The SPE camp in Westlake drew prospects from Louisiana, Texas and California, Hawaii, Georgia, New York, Arkansas. #WATCH CENLA takes over the SPE Elite Camp! pic.twitter.com/5qf5IIl2EE — Nicole Hutchison (@nhutchisontv) February 2, 2020 Here are the top players that stood out at the camp in Westlake. (SPE Elite National Camp 2020 MVP) Matayo Uiagalelei, ATH, […]

The SPE camp in Westlake drew prospects from Louisiana, Texas and California, Hawaii, Georgia, New York, Arkansas.

Here are the top players that stood out at the camp in Westlake.

(SPE Elite National Camp 2020 MVP)

Matayo Uiagalelei, ATH, California, 2023

The 6-foot-5, California athlete has so much upside that he is can play multiple position’s for the number one team in the country high school team in the country (St. John Bosco Braves). He put on such a show playing DL and TE that he was able to walk away with the MVP trophy. LSU offered Uiagalelei already so he visited this past weekend and he showed the Texas A&M offered him that week as well.

 

Saile Suliafu, DT, St. Bernard (California), 2021

Suliafu was dominate in 1-on-1s and it started to show threw out the camp. He showcased his agility and quick step off the line during the OL vs. DL competition. The California standout is a strong prospect and is quick. He was dominant in the drills and should see his offer list grow as he hits the camp circuit more this Spring and Summer he was able to pick up a offer from the SEC program Tenn. over that weekend.

Juan Wilson Jr., WR, California, 2022

Juan Wilson Jr. was easily one of the top receiver at the SPE Elite National  Camp in Louisiana. A week later he was among the top 3 receivers at the UA camp Sunday in California. He has very good hands and runs crisp routes. He is able to create separation vs DB’s and shows a crafty ability to get open vs some of the best DB’s in the nation.

Jayden Miavia, QB, Hawaii, 2023

The 6-foot-5, Hawaii QB has an absolute canon for an arm but also showed off some impressive accuracy with his throws particularly on out routes. He visited LSU February 2 as well and was very excited to see Coach O.

 

Xamarion Gordon, DB, California, 2021

Xamarion was the top hybrid award winner. Xamarion loved his LSU unofficial visit. He’s a long prospect with a lot of length and he’s also a physical player and made it difficult for receivers at the line of scrimmage. Gordon also showed good closing speed.

Radien Brown, WR, California, 2023

Brown made several acrobatic grabs and was particularly impressive when maken plays on footballs thrown his way. The 2023 receiver will definitely make some noise on the this upcoming year.

Fitzgerald West Jr., DT, LCA Louisiana, 2022

LCA defensive tackle moves well and had some impressive reps during 1-on-1’s where he showed off impressive technique.

Armon Bethea, OL, New York, 2021

The New York offensive lineman has good footwork and did a good job holding his own against both the speed rushers and the power rushes.

Trevor Etienne, RB, Louisiana, 2021

Etienne was impressive at the camp. He was able to showcase his receiver talent during RB vs. LB. He made some impressive catches while showing off his speed, agility and route running.

 

Ernest Greene, OL, California 2021

Ernest Greene came into the SPE Camp as one of the most highly rated prospects in attendance and worked his way into one of the camp’s top OL spots. The 6-foot-5, 280-pound Greene didn’t lose any reps in the 1-on-1’s, Greene showed why he is one of the best OL in the country.

Andrew Simpson, LB, California 2021

Simpson was the top linebacker of the day, he was very active during the 7-on-7’s with a couple of big pass breakups. He will be the anchor that keeps the Braves defense together next season

Fanneanuu  Pepe, OL, California 2021

The Orange Lutheran stud plays in one of the toughest conferences in the country called the trinity league which features Mater Dei and St. John Bosco. During OL vs. DL 1-on-1s Pepe did a great job holding his own. He was named one of the top offensive lineman by the coaches. He picked up a offer from Rice University in Houston after visiting on that Friday before the SPE Elite National Camp that Saturday.

Craig Kayden, DB, Texas 2021

One of the top defensive backs at the camp. Craig Kayden wanted to prove himself against some of the top wide outs in the country. He went back to Texas with the best defensive back award. Craig constantly showcase get hips and nice closing speed on passes.

 Aaron Woods, WR, Texas 2022

Texas product –was one of the top receivers at the camp and took home top wide receiver honors. Woods showed off that Texas speed. Florida speed. He made several leaping grabs in 1-on-1’s and provide receiving core with a lot of missing element’s throughout the camp.

Judd Barton, QB, Louisiana 2021

Barton helped kick off the 2020 SPE Elite National Camp, winning one of the top quarterback honors at the end of the event. He  consistently threw the ball at a high level of at the camp.

Blaine Hipa, QB, Hawaii 2022

The quarterback group arguably was one of the top groups by position. There was a ton of talent in this bunch. One of Hawaii top throwers was extremely accurate when it came to ball placement. He was be one of the best QB’s in the nation once it is all said and done.

Rashaun Luke, ATH, California 2022

The 5-foot-9, 170-pound Luke is a awesome prospect with explosive playmaking ability. Fresh off his unofficial visit to LSU Luke was able to pick up his SEC offer on that Sunday after the camp. He is a prospect primed for a breakout during the spring and summer camp seasons. He located the ball extremely well during 1vs1’s.

Kason Phillips, RB, Texas 2021

Phillip’s displayed his shiftiness in which he was amazing during the 1vs1’s and 7vs7. He is very sound when it came to his football eye queue. He will receive a scholarship if he continues on his current trajectory.

Edward Riley, OL, California 2021

The camp’s overall offensive lineman Edward Riley. Riley was one of the top performers in 1-on-1s and repeatedly was able to win on offense and defense against the top linemen at the camp.

Eli Goss, DL, Louisiana 2021

The Westlake standout look amazing against some of the best competition in the country. He is one of the best defensive lineman in Louisiana. With his ability to get off blocks and use his hands in a aggressive manner is what sets him apart.

Maximus Gibbs, OL, California 2021

Gibbs was one of the top performers in 1-on-1’s and had some wins against some of the top defensive linemen at the camp. He matched up against Louisiana’s stud Mr. West from LCA and many others.

 

Dorian Friend, DB, Texas 2021

What more can I say about this young man from Texas. He ran a 4.37 in the 40 yard dash and recived his 1st offer the next day.

Hunter Tally, QB, Arkansas 2022

This young man just flat look like a stud when he walk in. He is not only throws a great deep ball down the field but he makes his grades his main focus when it comes to sports.

NewZealand Williams, ATH, DB, California 2021

Williams showed a lot of those fielding instincts in 7-on-7s at the camp, as he demonstrated impressive range and ball skills on alot of throws on that Saturday.

John Keawe Sagapolutele, QB, Hawaii 2023

Could be the best QB in class of 2023. He show great foot placement transfer when it came to throwing the football. He went to LSU that sunday and had a great time at the camp.

Honorable Mention Head shots will be add 2/15/2020.

TBA 2/15/2020

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