Washington, D.C. NFTC: Offensive Preview

Derrell Scott

ASHBURN, Va. -- There will be plenty of talent at the Washington Redskins' practice facility Sunday for the Nike Football Training Camp and FOX Sports NEXT takes a look some of the top offensive prospects expected.

A strong receiver group and one of the top running backs in the nation are set to compete in Sunday's Nike Football Training Camp at the Washington Redskins practice complex.

Some of the top uncommitted quarterbacks in the region, including four-stars Travon McMillan of C.D. Hylton (Woodbridge, Va.) and Jacob Park of Goose Creek (S.C.) Stratford High, are also set to attend.

On the receiver front, defensive backs will be lining up to challenge Bishop Sullivan High (Virginia Beach, Va.) Scout 300 member Jamil Kamara. He is the 17th-rated receiver in the class, and at 6-foot-2, 200 pounds, is quick off the line of scrimmage and physical.

Among the other top-end receivers set to attend are Demetrius Johnson of Annapolis (Md.) Christian High, Adonis Jennings of Timber Creek Regional High (Erial, N.J.), Demornay Pierson-El of West Potomac High (Alexandria, Va.), Cameron Phillips and Chris Jones of DeMatha Catholic High (Hyattsvilles, Md.), Boston College commit Thadd Smith of Cardinal O'Hara High (Springfield, Pa.) and Robbie Walker of Gonzaga Prep (Washington, D.C.).

There are also a few high-level underclassmen receivers set to attend, including Ocean Lakes High (Virginia Beach, Va.) class of 2015 standout Jaason Lewis and T.S. Wootton High (Rockville, Md.) class of 2016 standout Trevon Diggs, the brother of Maryland receiver Stefon Diggs.

The offensive line group is led by a trio of four-stars in Notre Dame commit Sam Mustipher, the No. 2 guard in the class, of Our Lady of Good Counsel High (Olney, Md.), Damian Prince of Bishop McNamara High (Forestville, Va.) and Virginia commit Steven Moss of Chancellor High (Fredericksburg, Va.)

DeMatha Catholic's Brock Ruble, who is 6-foot-9, will be fun to watch in one-on-one drills as defensive linemen try to escape his length.

Class of 2015 offensive tackle Patrick Allen already holds offers from Florida, Rutgers, Tennessee and Virginia, and is one of the top underclassmen at the event.

At quarterback, four-star North Carolina commit Caleb Henderson, who is the No. 8 quarterback in the class, of Lake Braddock Secondary School (Burke, Va.) leads the group followed by Park, who is rated No. 11.

Boston College commit Darius Wade of Middletown (Del.) High, Andrew Ford of Cedar Cliff High (Camp Hill, Pa.), Trace McSorley of Briar Woods High (Ashburn, Va.) and McMillan, who is announcing Thursday after visiting Virginia Tech's spring game Saturday.

Also, class of 2015 quarterback Nick Johns of Gonzaga Prep is also set to attend. Johns was impressive at a recent 7-on-7 in New Jersey.

The running back slots are led by Scott, who said during the week his top three were South Carolina, Florida State and Ohio State. He added Notre Dame and Clemson were also high on his list.

Penn State commit Nick Scott of Fairfax (Va.) High and Jonathan Haden of Friendship Collegiate (Washington, D.C.) are also set to attend.

For more from the 2013 Nike Football Training Camps, check Scout.com's Nike Football Training Camp Coverage.

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