Tygtal Exposure College ID Scouting Showcase
Macon, Georgia – Tygtal College ID Scouting hosted their fifth camp of the spring this past Saturday at First Presbyterian Day School. Their sole purpose is to give immediate exposure to athletes by sending the film from each event directly to college coaches. Tygtal is an NCAA compliant scouting service that colleges utilize to identify athletes.
Participants were from all-around middle Georgia including athletes from area powers Houston County, Northside-WR, Warner Robins and Westside-Macon. Each athlete took part in agility drills, individual position drills and one-on-one’s. Along the way the each participant was videotaped while being closely evaluated by the Tygtal coaching staff.
Players were recognized for their effort during the entire camp. There were a multitude of big plays made throughout the day, but it was about which athlete stood out amongst his peers for being the most consistent, coachable and technically sound. Below are the Award Winners selected by the position coaches.
Remember that Tygtal College ID Scouting separates themselves from other national camps by the fact they film every rep by each participant. Each athlete will get maximum exposure for themselves. They also have the ability to view their own film and post their highlights from the camp using Tygtal’s HUDL account.
Deshawn Cu>mby, 6-2/205, Northside-Warner Robins (2019)
Coach’s Comments: Has excellent size, good arm strength while also being able to use touch when needed.
Jarius Burnette, 5-9/205, Warner Robins (2018)
Coach’s Comments: Powerful back that uses his size and strength to create separation, demonstrated a great burst of speed.
Brandon Mays, 6-0/170, Wilkinson County (2018)
Coach’s Comments: Excellent acceleration and the ability to climb the ladder and make plays.
Isaiah Goolsby, 6-4/320, Southwest Macon (22018)
Coach’s Comments: Massive interior lineman that used his hands well and showed nimbleness on his feet.
Angel Camacho, 5-11/260, Northside-Warner Robins (2018)
Coach’s Comments: High-motor performer that has violent hands.
Anthony Jordan, 6-0/210, Westside (2018)
Coach’s Comments: Showed goo lateral movement and was natural dropping in coverage.
Justin Stevens, 5-11/175, Veterans (2018)
Coach’s Comments: Smooth hips and excellent recovery speed.
Jabari Miller, 5-10/160, Warner Robins (2018)
Coach’s Comments: Physical at the line of scrimmage and never gives up on a play.