Tygtal Exposure College ID Showcase Prospect Rankings

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Tygtal Exposure College ID Scouting Camp

Prospect Rankings

Macon, Georgia – This past Saturday at First Presbyterian Day School Tygtal Exposure held its fifth camp of the spring season. Their sole purpose is to give immediate exposure to athletes by sending the film from each event directly to college coaches. Cameras are set up at every drill station capturing the action. Tygtal is an NCAA compliant scouting service that colleges utilize to identify athletes.

All athletes were put through agility drills, individual position work and one-on-ones. Every rep was captured on video and will be released to colleges around America.

On hand for the event was longtime High School Football Analyst Barry Every. Prospects were evaluated based on their size, athleticism, effort and long term potential. The Prospect Rankings are based solely on the performance of each participant at this camp. College coaches will most assuredly use game film as the primary criteria for evaluating athletes. Don’t forget a transcript can greatly affect one’s ability to be recruited.

Making this list does not guarantee success, nor does not making this list translate to not having a future in football after high school. Several athletes are just too young, their physical development and knowledge of the game is still in its infancy. It’s never easy comparing athletes from different graduating classes and trying to project their future.

Tygtal College ID Scouting separates themselves from other camps and combines because every rep by every participant is filmed. Each athlete will get maximum exposure for themselves. They also have the ability to view their own film in order to hone their football skills and load them directly on their HUDL accounts.

1.Brandon Mays, WR/ATH, 6-0/170, Wilkinson County (2018)

 Brandon Mays WR MVP Wilkinson County 2018

2. Omar Jones, Jr., TE, 6-4/210, Westside (2018)

Omar Jones Jr. TE Westside 2018

3. Jarius Burnett, RB, 5-9/205, Warner Robins (2018)

Jarius Burnette RB MVP Warner Robins 2018

4. Justin Stevens, CB/ATH, 5-11/170, Veterans (2018)

Justin Stevens DB MVP Veterans 2018

5. Malik Mullins, WR, 6-2/170, Perry (2019)

Malik Mullins WR Perry 2019

6. Malik Robinson TE/WR, 6-3/205, Northside-WR (2019)

Malik Robinson TE Northside 2019

7. Alijah McGhee, S, 6-1/175, Northside-WR (2018)

Alijah McGhee DB Northside 2018

8. Conner Griffin, OC, 6-3/255, Houston County (2020)

Conner Griffin OC Houston County 2020

9. Isaiah Goolsby, OG, 6-4/320, Southwest Macon (2018)

Isaiah Goolsby OL MVP SW Macon 2018

10. Jabari Miller, CB, 5-10/160, Warner Robins (2018)

Jabari Miller DB MVP Warner Robins 2018

11. DeShawn Cumby, QB, 6-2/205, Northside-WR (2019)

Deshaw Cumby QB MVP Northside 2019

12. Anthony Jordan, ILB, 6-0/210, Westside (2018)

Anthony Jordan LB MVP Westside 2018

13. Bradley Nichols, TE, 6-5/205, First Presbyterian Day (2019)

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14. Angel Camacho, DT, 5-11/260, Northside-WR (2018)

Angel Camalko DL MVP Northside 2018

15. Zavion Muhammad, WR/ATH, 5-8/160, Macon Central (2018)

Zavion Muhammad WR Macon Central 2018

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