RCS New Orleans: Report card for offensive / defensive linemen

Destrehan, La. – Its the fourth stop Rival Camp Series The New Orleans area took place last weekend, and the linemen stood out in particular. Here are the ones that caught our eye.

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It’s almost unbelievable that Stuart hasn’t been to high school yet. He was born in May 2007 and for the prospect of 2026 he was not only impressive at the rival camp last weekend but completely influential.

The Reserve (La.) East St. John is so talented and so advanced and so physically impressive that he will be in the five star discussion if he stays in 2023 class. At 6-feet-5 and about 275 pounds, Stuart has great, extraordinary balance and athleticism with his hands and his years are much longer.

Grade: A +

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I’m not sure I’ve ever seen Franklin’s move alongside the 378-pound offensive lineman, who has a big frame and not a bunch of extra weight, but had an impressive performance during the event. He is an astounding athlete and his legs are light, physical and stiff when defensive linemen try to do something against him and if they come to him he just swallows them.

The Baton Rouge (LA) Scotlandville standout has only one Power Five offer from Texas Tech, but its list of offers should explode this offseason.

Grade: A +

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Wilkin Formby

Wilkin Formby (Nick Lucero / Rival.com)

The Tuscaloosa (Ala.) Northridge four-star offensive tackle is physically more mature, yet has incredible size and looks more confident and impressive on the left tackle than a year ago. He could emerge as one of the top players in his position in the South-East if not the country.

Formby can handle speed on the edge, he’s going to be much more physical than anyone and his size is unquestionably around 6-feet-7 and 300 pounds. Basically just a few reasons why the whole SEC loves him.

A grade

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Tyree Adams

Tyree Adams (Nick Lucero / Rival.com)

At 6-foot-6, Adams has a frame that can carry more weight, but although he is tall and a little fat at the moment, New Orleans St. Augustine likely still dominates physically and rarely loses a representative at camp.

Adams plays with an average, through a whistle and never stops fighting because the three-star not only wants to win every representative but also wants to prove that he does business on the football field.

Florida has been given in recent days, and Florida State, LSU and others are involved.

A grade

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Deshaun Batiste

Desoun Batiste (Nick Lucero / Rival.com)

Batist is one who has yet to see his recruitment begin, with Louisiana-Monroe, South Alabama, Tulane and others on the list. But New Orleans Kennedy has a lot of promise and vice versa on the defensive end. He has something that is impossible to teach: a killer instinct and aggressive play style. Batiste is not going to be denied.

The prospect of 2023 will fight and fight and nail the delegates to victory, and he has a mentality that the coaches will like.

Grade: B +

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Eliza Douglas

Eliza Douglas (rival)

The lower three-star of the Pensacola (Fla.) Pine Forest looked good throughout the camp, from check-in to one-on-one, and he’s the one with the clear power five potential. So far, Douglas has received offers from Liberty, South Florida, Southern Miss, Tulane and others, but with his frame, his combination of tenacity and explosiveness, and his impressive ability to impress offensive linemen, his recruitment picks come as no surprise. Dramatically up

Grade: B

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One of the best aspects of the whole camp, Fobbs-White has created someone who can stand or stand on the defensive end and play as a big inside linebacker. His footwork through the drill was great and when he came down to earth a little at a time, Monroe (La.) Neville Prospect was so well made that he was going to make an impact on the field.

Grade: B

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