CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Rivals 3 Stripe Camp Series presented by adidas makes its stop in Charlotte on Sunday and this is historically one of the best camps each year. This year is no different, as some of the best players in the Carolinas, Georgia, and Virginia will make their way to Nation Ford High School to show off their talents. Here’s a look at some of the biggest storylines and predictions heading into Sunday’s camp.
The wide receiver position, led by five-star Georgia commit
, is the most talented group heading into Sunday’s camp. Haselwood, a tall, quick-twitch receiver, will need to turn in a very solid day to earn that receiver MVP trophy. Rivals250 receiver
is as fast as they come and he is ready to compete.
, two 2020 receivers, are looking to steal the spotlight from the upperclassmen and grab that MVP trophy.
, Wisconsin commit
and 2020 prospect
. All of these receivers should have good days Sunday.
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As always in the Carolinas, the defensive line group is going to be one of the best at the camp. Two top 100 prospects in the 2020 class will draw a lot of attention Sunday. The first is defensive end
out of Sanford (N.C.) Lee County. This long defensive end is exactly what many college coaches are looking for.
will be in attendance as well. His speed and size combination always gives offensive linemen problems.
has been picking up a lot of steam on the recruiting trail and he will certainly generate his own hype Sunday. Look for 2019 prospects
and Oklahoma commit
to put on a show as well.
Linebackers are always at a disadvantage in the camp setting, but some of the most athletic linebackers on the East Coast will be in attendance to try to beat the odds. The highest rated of the group will be Rivals250 prospect
. The Charlotte (N.C.) Providence Day star just took an official visit to Notre Dame last weekend and the Fighting Irish are viewed by many as his leader.
is an impressive athletic specimen and the four-star should thrive in this environment. The Mountaineers have held his commitment since October, but some other schools are sniffing around.
, a member of the top 100 for the 2020 class, probably has received more attention than either of these other two linebackers. One of the very best in the 2020 class, Sampah is an ultra-physical linebacker with good range. It will be good to see how he does in this environment.