Chalotte NFTC: Top WR/TE Performers

Markeyvious Adams

There were some talented wide receivers and tight ends at last weekend's Charlotte NFTC. Below are those who impressed Scout.

Markeyvious Adams, 2015 WR, Greenwood (S.C.)

Adams was one of the most impressive wideouts and the top big receiver at this event. He is in that 6-foot-4 range and he really ran good routes and caught the ball well. He set the defensive backs up, he got separation, and he snatched the ball out of the air well. He has very strong hands, size you cannot coach, and he has five offers now. That list will grow soon.

Alex Barrow, 2015 WR, Matthews (N.C.) Butler

Barrow is a playmaker in the slot. He has great speed and runs crisp routes. Due to that combination, he gave defensive backs trouble all day. He also has soft hands and is very good after the catch. UNC-Charlotte is his lone offer, but look for others to pull the trigger in the near future.

Michael Holmes, 2015 TE, Charlotte (N.C.)

His pace is impressive either as a receiver or defensive end, and he has the ability to play either at the next level. But Holmes worked on offense on this day and created considerable separation from defenders and finished routes with strong catches with his hands extended on and equally impressive 6-foot-5, 220-pound frame.

Kyle Horton, 2015 WR, Charlotte (N.C.) Mallard Creek

As steady as it got on the outside was Horton, coming off of a state championship season at Mallard Creek. He sets up his defenders well no matter where he lines up, shows good enough acceleration to separate and routinely snags passes with soft hands. Horton isn't the biggest target, but his savvy and football IQ may enable him to play inside or out at the next level.

Juval Mollette, 2015 WR, Randleman (N.C.)

Long and lean, this junior has some raw tools to his game that could be the foundation for a big senior season. Mollette has a long stride with deceptive speed, and he can go up for the football as well.

Khris Pam, 2015 WR, Blyhewood (S.C)

Precise route-running with good form and deceptive in his cuts, Pam sets up defenders at the stem and breaks off the route equally as effectively. He can finish plays with solid hands, as well.

Corey Sutton, 2016 WR, Cornelius (N.C.) Hough

Perhaps the most complete receiver at the event, Sutton has a combination of length, speed and body control. He runs better routes than most underclassmen, has the presence of mind to set up his defender at the top of the route, and hauls in every pass with his arms and hands extended away from his body.

Chad Simmons, John Garcia and Scott Kennedy contributed to this feature.

For all the latest news and notes from the Nike Football Training Camp, check out Scout's complete 2014 NFTC coverage.

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