Five players who impressed at FNL 

July, 31, 2013

A look at five players who turned heads on Friday in Florida's Friday Night Lights camp:

2015 WR Deon Cain (Tampa, Fla./Tampa Bay Tech)
6-foot-2, 175 pounds
ESPN Junior 300 rank: NR

Cain entered FNL as a relatively unknown prospect. He plays quarterback in high school and his athleticism alone has earned him offers from Florida State and USF. Cain was extremely impressive and arguably was the most fluid receiver at the camp, a group that included Travis Rudolph. The talented athlete caught just about everything thrown his way and his route-running was surprisingly good considering his experience at the position. He will certainly be a player to watch next year.

2015 LB Byron Cowart (Seffner, Fla./Armwood)
6-3, 248
ESPN Junior 300 rank: 90

Cowart named Florida his leader after an impressive camp. With his size and athleticism, Cowart could play a few different positions, but the buck position is where Florida likes the junior-to-be. Cowart did well in one-on-one matchups and is deceptively agile for a player who plays mostly with his hand in the dirt in high school. It looks like the Gators have a great shot to land this talented defensive end.

2015 QB Lorenzo Nunez (Kennesaw, Ga./Harrison)
6-2, 184
ESPN Junior 300 rank: 199

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