Editor's note: Finding the Future is a RecruitingNation feature that will appear throughout camps and combine season, ranking prospects strictly on their on-field performance at the particular event. It does not reflect where each will land when the class is ranked by ESPN.
ALLEN, Texas -- Some of the nation’s top upperclassmen flocked to Allen High School’s $60 million football stadium on Sunday to take part in the Dallas Nike Football Training Camp.
It also featured many of the top underclassmen around who proved they could not only hang with the older competition, but also outshine them in some instances.
Here is a look at five of those prospects who really excelled:
1. 2015 DT Bryce English
5-foot-11, 312 pounds
DeSoto (Texas) High
Considering: Committed to Texas
What we learned: Anyone thinking the Longhorns offered English solely because he's the godson of Texas’ tight ends coach, Bruce Chambers, is sorely mistaken. English, who committed to Texas on March 29, is built low to the ground, which makes him extremely tough for offensive linemen to gain an advantage in the all-important pad level battle. English put in work on Sunday and, not that he needed to, justified his offer.
Tom Luginbill's take: "Explosive, great leverage, lacks height but can anchor. Really active and plays with a motor. Size is a question."