DCTF's opinion-based top performances from Sunday's UA Camp in Dallas.
Overall MVP - WR Bryant Wesco (6'2, 175) - Midlothian: Wesco earned WR MVP honors and was impossible to cover, using his length and huge catch radius to corral deep passes and his route running skills to get open on intermediate routes. The DCTF four-star has offers from schools like TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, LSU, Oklahoma and more.
ATH Terry Bussey (5'11, 175) - Timpson: Mr. Texas Football showcased fancy footwork at wide receiver in this camp. His speed and quickness allow him to get a lot of separation.
OL Daniel Cruz (6'4, 270) - Richland: Cruz was probably the most complete offensive lineman, showing the ability to play center or guard. The DCTF four-star has 29 offers, including Alabama, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas, Texas A&M and more.
DL Dealyn Evans (6'5, 270) - Longview Pine Tree: Evans had the best single rep in the OL vs. DL portion of the camp and quickly passes the eyeball test. Evans is committed to Texas A&M.
OL Michael Fasusi (6'6, 290) - Lewisville: Fasusi had yet another impressive showing on the camp circuit, backing up his early four-star status and making a case to be elevated to five-star status when the rankings are expanded.
OL Blake Ivy (6'4, 275) - Clear Springs: Ivy is an interesting prospect because he has the power of a guard and the long arms of an offensive tackle. He was one of the most intriguing overall specimens at the event.
RB Kewan Lacy (5'11, 195) - Lancaster: Lacy has the attention of many of the top schools in the country, and deservedly so. He is a back who blends unique speed with size. He has the skills of a WR, giving him a well-rounded game. Lacy was the RB MVP.
QB DJ Lagway (6'3, 210) - Willis: Lagway's arm power cut the wind, and he had a few wow throws throughout the one-on-one portion that left onlookers with their jaws dropped. Lagway easily passes the eyeball test. Committed to Florida.
S Paul Mencke (6'2, 180) - Schertz Clemens: A long and rangy safety who is quick in and out of his breaks and has good footwork. Mencke earned DB MVP honors and shined in the one-on-one session that heavily favors offense. Mencke has 14 offers, but he is about to see more P5 major attention.
WR Dre'lon Miller (6'0, 200) - Silsbee: Miller is an elite athlete with natural wide receiver skills. The No. 4 prospect in the DCTF Hot 100 showcased good separation from defensive backs and has the ability to kick in an extra gear when needed.
WR DaKorien Moore (5'11, 170) - Duncanville: Moore was probably the most impressive underclassman at the event, backing up his early DCTF five-star ranking.
RB Taylor Tatum (5'11, 200) - Longview: The No. 1 RB in Texas showed off his athleticism and backed up his ranking. The phenom from East Texas is considering the nation's most elite programs.
RB Riley Wormley (5'10, 170) - Colleyville Heritage: Wormley is a playmaker at RB. He runs tremendous routes and is a natural hands catcher. Wormley earned RB MVP honors. The Class of 2025 prospect has 9 early offers.
Under Armour Next All-America Game Commitments That Appeared at the Camp
- DB Kobe Black
- DB Corian Gipson
- DB Jayden Hardy
UA Next Future 50 Invites
- OL Michael Fasusi
- WR Dakorien Moore
- LB Kelvion Riggins
Defensive Line MVPs
- Charleston Collins
- Zion Taylor
Offensive Line MVP
- Michael Fasusi
Running Back MVPs
- Riley Wormley
- Kewan Lacy
- Markus Boswell
Quarterback Accuracy Winner
- Michael Hawkins Jr.
- Cole Welliver
Wide Receiver MVPs
- Elijah Baesa
- Bryant Wesco
Defensive Back MVPs
- Paul Mencke
- Jermaine Bishop
This article is available to our Digital Subscribers.
Click "Subscribe Now" to see a list of subscription offers.
Already a Subscriber? Sign In to access this content.