Richmond-Huguenot (Va.) has a talented defensive group as well. Scout.com three-star safety Sean Smalls is a verbal commitment to UMASS. The Falcons feature linebackers Marcus Freeman and Walter Robertson.
Thomas Jefferson's Dom DeCicco and Dan Giegerick will see action on offense and defense. DeCicco is a verbal commitment to Pitt as a cornerback. Giegerick is one of the top linebackers for the Jaguars.
Mobile-McGill-Toolen, (Ala.), standout Phelon Jones will line up at safety and corneback on the defensive side of the ball. Jones gave an early verbal pledge to the Miami Hurricanes and was recruited to play cornerback with his blazing 4.38 speed. Florida verbal commitment Sidell Corley will play the linebacker position in this tournament.
Louisville-Jefferson County, (Ga.) will showcase two talented players on defense. Eric Hannah is an undersized cornerback, but his speed makes up for his size. Linebacker Tim Nelson is a physical specimen and will cover the middle of the field exceptionally well.
Mario Buttler, from St. Augustine-Nease, (Fla.), is possibly the best defensive back participating. The talented cornerback received numerous scholarship offers from across the country including Ohio State and Virginia Tech before giving his verbal pledge to Georgia Tech.
Duncan-Byrnes, (S.C.) duo linebackers Chad Diehl and Stanley Hunter are both tremendous performers. Hunter has received scholarship offers from several schools and is a verbal commitment to Clemson. Diehl is keeping his options open with scholarship offers from Duke and Virginia Tech.
Memphis University (Tenn.) will bring one of the top linebackers in the South in John Stokes. He has received several scholarship offers including Alabama, Auburn, Michigan, Stanford and Vanderbilt. He is a tall, athletic linebacker and will showcase his speed during the tournament.
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