Washington, D.C., NTFC: Five Names to Watch

Jamez Brickhouse

ASHBURN, Va. -- FOX Sports NEXT already broke down the Top 5 players at each position from the Nike Football Training Camp at the Washington Redskins practice facility. We end the coverage of the event with five more names to know.

The Nike Football Training Camp stopped in suburban Washington, D.C., Sunday and there was stellar talent on the defensive line. However, five stood out, and FOX Sports NEXT rates them.


1. Jamez Brickhouse (2015), CB, Bayside High, Virginia Beach, Va.
Skinny: Brickhouse is very fast, showed good hips, and was very fluid in and out of his backpedal. He already holds an Old Dominion offer, and more should be coming soon.


2. Kareem Ali (2015), CB, Timber Creek Regional High, Erial, N.J.
Skinny: Ali spent a lot of time playing press coverage and he was physical at the line of scrimmage. He showed good body control and was able to run down the field with the receiver on his hip. He already holds offers from Rutgers, Old Dominion and Temple.


3. Matthew Burrell (2015), OL, Chancellor High, Fredericksburg, Va.
Skinny: Burrell was a little undersized at 6-foot-4, 270 pounds, but he played with good leverage and had a lot of fight in him after so many of the other offensive linemen got whipped in 1-on-1 drills. He is approaching double digits offers, and he showed why.


4. Nhyre Quinerly (2015), Lake Taylor High, Norfolks, Va.
Skinny: Quinerly is extremely physical, has great instincts and a knack for making big plays. He holds an offer from Massachusetts, but will get plenty of exposure this spring.


5. David Carlisle, WR, Oakdale High, Ijamsville, Md.
Skinny: Carlisle doesn't have any offers yet, but that should change if he camps at the right schools. He needs to get stronger, but he's 6-foot-2, 180 pounds and he showed good acceleration and hands. He also came in and out of routes well, and could be a sleeper in the 2014 class.


(Compiled by Brian Dohn, Michael Clark and Scott Kennedy)

For more from the 2013 Nike Football Training Camps, check Scout.com's Nike Football Training Camp Coverage.

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