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While it was a little slippery and misty at the Under Armour Underclassman Report Camp at Planet Ford Stadium in Spring, the defense was on its heels in the one-on-ones.
Several high-major prospects were on hand and a pair earned invites to the Under Armour All-American Game.
Here are the top defensive players at the camp.
Joseph Jonah-Ajonye, Oak Ridge, DE
Best during the individual drills and had everyones heads turning to watch him. Great technique. Dominated in one-on-ones with strength and speed. Earned All American Game invite. He’s a Top 60 player in Texas. Didn't start playing football until the 9th grade, major upside and ceiling for the college level
Keylan Moses, UHigh-Baton Rouge, LB
Dude is a super-freak. His brother Dylan Moses was a star at Alabama. Good genes, right? Extremely athletic and locked up every RB in the one-on-ones. Then as if the one workout wasn't enough he came back out during DB, WR, and TE group to cover the TEs too. Super-fast for his size. LB prototype. No. 2 player in Louisiana for 2025.
Justin Williams, Oak Ridge, LB
Earned his All-American Invite and didn’t disappoint. He’s a safety converted to LB making him super-fast, had fastest 40 time at the camp with a 4.44. Great in coverage at LB position. He has the tools of a Harold Perkins of LSU. He’s a 5-Star and at Top 30 prospect in the country. Dropped top 6 of Texas, Texas A&M, Auburn, Oregon, TCU, and USC.
Landon Rink, Cy-Fair, DL
Son of a coach, so great football IQ. Quick first step and uses his hands well to get by OL displaying that during one-on-ones winning every rep. Strong lower half. He received a Future 50 Invite for the All American Game. Will be a prospect to watch for the next few year. Holds 11 P5 offers.
Ashton Hampton, Pearland, DB
Hampton was the DB MVP of the camp. Long frame and is quick out of breaks to make plays on the ball. Had impressive Junior season for the oilers having 6 INTs and 56 tackles on the year. Really liked how he preformed at the camp. Has seven offers – 2 from the SEC.
OTHERS TO WATCH
Deyjhon Pettaway, Paetow, DB
Super speed. Good in coverage and great recovery speed to stay with WR and deflect passes away. Locked up some of best WRs at the camp. Cousin of Jaquaize Pettaway and brother is Daymion Sanford is at Texas A&M. No. 2 player in the state and also a top 50 player nationally for Class of 2025.
Taiyion King, Port Arthur Memorial, LB
The freshman LB is the next big thing to come out of Port Arthur Memorial. Already has 4 Power 5 offers. At 6-foot-2, he plays well beyond his years. Also plays centerfield for the baseball team. Good in coverage and physical, sideline-to-sideline scud missile. Watch the tape... this kid is going to be a prospect to get to know.
Kade Phillips, Hightower, DB
The 2025 6'2 180lb CB is really long on the outside which helps him jam WR at the line of scrimmage. Has great instincts when the ball is in the air, came up with an INT and multiple deflections during one-on-ones. Runs track as well. Big upside, holds two offers as of now from Arizona State and Ole Miss. More offers to come soon.
Trent Spence, Klein Forest, DE
His brother Brad is off to Arkansas, so it’s now his show at Klein Forest. The 2025 recruit is somewhat raw but will only get better the next 2 years. Hybrid Edge/LB build that is a great pass rusher and hard to stop in a two-point stance. He’s a menace for high school offensive linemen and dominated during one-on-ones. Long arms. Holds 5 P5 offers as of now.
Copelin Windfont, Crosby, LB
Straight out of Crosby High, Windfont is a quick-twitch 2025 prospect. Windfont saw varsity action as a sophomore and had 91 tackles and 5 sacks, just check the tape this kid can ball. Held his own in one-on-ones. Runs track. Holds offer from UTSA. Coaches start looking at this kid now.
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