June 22, 2010
UCLA skills camp - Part II
As you would expect players who already offers before the camp showed why they had already had that distinction, two of them were Inland Empire standout receivers in Junior Pomee (6-3, 215, 4.6) from Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde and Devon Blackmon (6-0, 175, 4.4) from Fontana (Calif.) Summit.
Pomee displayed outstanding body control in midair adjusting to the football. He definitely will present matchup problems for defense. He also saw action at tight end and could end playing at both positions in college.
Blackmon showed why he is considered one of southern California's most athletic players. He may project as a wide receiver on the D-I level, some schools are looking at him as an athletic quarterback because he has such playmaking abilities with the ball in his hands.
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