2022 Rival Camp Series Regional stops finished and only Rival Underclassman Challenge The rest is there, and could be big next month. This week, we take a look at the possibilities that have influenced us the most at this year’s regional events.
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1. Nico Imleva, Los Angeles RCS
Iamaleava attended the event at the Los Angeles rival camp, showing all the features that made him a five-star prospect. Throwing the ball with consistent accuracy and strength all over the field made him look very normal.
Imleva quickly gets the ball out of his hands and adjusts it to his receiver, something that is extremely difficult to do in a camp environment. Top quarterback from the Tennessee Commit Rival Camp Series This year.
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2. Malachi Nelson, Los Angeles RCS
Nelson is not very different from Imaleva in the Los Angeles camp so they are also back-to-back on the list. Nelson is an outstanding genius with an arm that can throw everything but has an ease in his game where there is no rush.
Everything comes naturally to the USC promise and the Trojans should be excited about what they are getting.
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3. Jadin Davis, Charlotte RCS
Davis Charlotte won the quarterback MVP award at the rival camp, showing impressive growth from the previous year. He was very accurate and did a good job of touching on his passes.
Of course, Davis also showed his fastball, hitting the receivers on the stride even through tight windows. It’s a tough race for No. 1 quarterback in 2024 class and Davis has made a strong case this spring.
4. Julian Sign, Los Angeles RCS
Sign has very few errors in the game and had an outstanding performance at the Los Angeles rival camp. The five stars looked very comfortable throwing towards any receiver and against any defensive back.
Sain has a rock-solid technique and he is a very disciplined and patient thrower. He has the strength and precision needed to play early in his college career.
5. Jaden Rashada, Los Angeles RCS
Rashada holds more than her own in the Los Angeles rival camp. He was consistently accurate throughout the day and kept the ball in a place where there was no chance of reaching the defensive back.
Rashada was particularly sharp in his short and middle passes and showed the mechanics of hard throwing. He has the talent to throw for throw with any quarterback on this list.
6. Chamber McClellan, Atlanta RCS
Another big name in the 2024 class, McClellan has evolved well and it is clear that he will be one of the top-rated quarterbacks in his class. Measured at 6-foot-2 at Atlanta Rival Camp, McClellan has some extra power-filling frames.
He’s a smooth thrower with fairly quick release and good footwork. McClellan can really get a notch and hit his mark when he’s in rhythm.
7. Malachi Singleton, Atlanta RCS
Singleton Hall is a wide and powerful armed quarterback with intentional throwing speed and solid mechanics. At Atlanta Rivals Camp, the Arkansas Committee has done a good job of getting the ball down the field to its receiver with space to run.
Singleton was really brilliant when throwing to the receiver at the intermediate crossing route and did a good job of developing his time with the particular receiver. There is definitely a lot at Singleton’s table for razorbacks.
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8. William Watson, Philadelphia RCS
There was much to be impressed with Watson’s performance at the Philadelphia rival camp. He is much stronger than a year ago and that progress was noticeable at 1-on-1.
Nebraska fits the ball into the tight window and does an excellent job of carrying the ball down to the field and to its receiver on the stride. He seemed technically better during the drill part of the camp and seemed to be moving smoother and faster.
9. Michael Van Buren, Philadelphia RCS
Van Buren was targeted all day at the Philadelphia rival camp. He really came during the 1-on-1 session and regularly put the ball in a place where the receiver could only get it. Van Buren also knew how to lead the receiver to tough coverage, allowing them to pick up the yard after a catch.
He quickly got the ball out of his hands and threw it well into receivers he had never worked with before.
10. Jaden Bradford, Charlotte RCS
Originally from South Carolina, Bradford Charlotte made the trip home from IMG Academy to attend a rival camp and was not disappointed. Bradford is looking for chic mechanics and footwork coaches and he specializes in drills and 1-on-1.
He has consistently delivered the ball accurately and on time on short and intermediate routes, showing the strength of his hand on broken routes towards the sidelines.