- Tom Luginbill, ESPN Staff Writer
The Opening, a four-day event at Nike Headquarters in Beaverton, Ore., brought together 150 of the nation's top football prospects to participate in a variety of drills and competitions under the guidance of NFL stars. Several University of Georgia commitments and targets took part in The Opening, giving our scouts another opportunity to watch them work. Here is what we learned:
QB Brice Ramsey (Kingsland, Ga./Camden County: With Ramsey it has always been about his lack of experience in a multiple passing game scheme that puts him behind the curve to some degree. Perhaps no other player at The Opening made more improvement from the first day to the last. His improvement in overall accuracy and ability to adjust and learn the nuances of his teammates in a short period of time was impressive. Stock is up.
WR Reggie Davis (Tallahassee, Fla./Lincoln): Very good player, but somewhat straight-lined in his movements. Big value as a returner in our minds. Is still developing as a pure receiver.
WR Tramel Terry (Goose Creek, S.C./Goose Creek): Potential difference-maker and not just as a receiver, which is where he will likely start off for Georgia, with the Bulldogs' need for playmakers on offense. However, we think he might have similar stock as a cornerback, and certainly as a return specialist. Stock is up.
OL Brandon Kublanow (Marietta, Ga./Walton): Yard dawg. Will fight ya. Might not be the same athlete as others, but demeanor and technique are excellent. The fact that he can playing center really ups his stock and could be his best option. Stock is up.
CB Shaq Wiggins (Tyrone, Ga./Sandy Creek): As-advertised, and continues to impress. Such a competitor. It is very important to him to be good. In our opinion he should have a high rate of success at the next level on intangibles alone. Stock is up.