Here are some of the players that did well at Tuesday’s practice for the South Team this afternoon.
WR Greg Salas from Hawaii is coming off of back to back 100 catch seasons and it showed on Tuesday. Salas (6’1″ 206) is a smooth route runner and gained consistent separation throughout the session including a 42-yard hookup with Greg McElroy for a touchdown during 11-on-11. Salas had about 8 receptions in the practice and had the South Team QBs looking for him series to series.
TE Luke Stocker from Tennessee made some plays in the passing game as well. He does a nice job on the seam routes and shields defenders from the ball effectively. He also took a monster shot from Clemson safety Marcus Gilchrist, who knocked him flat on his back. But Stocker held onto the ball and popped up to his feet to show he made the catch.
Defensively, DT Phil Taylor from Baylor was dominant again as he was moving centers off the line with ease. He is an explosive player for 337 pounds. Clemson DT Jarvis Jenkins (6’4″ 309) was also very active and sudden on the interior and got consistent penetration.
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