Which recruits stood out at The Opening Houston regional camp? Here are the MVPs for each position.

By Scout.com
April 04, 2016

HOUSTON — The position-by-position MVPs as selected by the camp coaching staff and personnel at The Opening Houston regional camp:

Quarterback: Chris Robison

Position rank: 13
National rank: 155
Committed to Oklahoma

For the second time in as many tries—and the second time in three weeks—Oklahoma-bound four-star Chris Robison earned Quarterback MVP. He first won the award at The Opening Dallas on March 13 (highlights seen above). Robison's pair of top performances also earned him an invitation Sunday to the Elite 11 Finals. Scout ranks Robison as the No. 155 overall prospect in the 2017 class.

Running back: Daniel Young

Position rank: 71
National rank: Unranked

In a talented and noticeably deep running back group, Daniel Young earned the position MVP with a solid all-around performance. After an 800-yard junior season, he's already picked up offers from Boise State, Houston, and Tulsa, so Young could have a big spring ahead of him.

Receiver: Brennan Eagles (2018)

Position rank: N/A
National rank: N/A

We saw Brennan Eagles, a 2018 prospect, in late January at a Next Level Athlete camp in Houston and knew he would soon blow up on the recruiting scene. Well, after earning Receiver MVP at Sunday's The Opening Houston. He measured 6’4”, 202 pounds with a blistering 4.43-second 40 and played consistently well during live action. He will be a major 2018 recruit and is already a Scout four-star.

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Offensive line: Walker Little

Position rank: 11
National rank: 75

Scout's No. 1 offensive tackle in the Lone Star State showed Sunday exactly why he's had that ranking for quite a while. Little was technically sound and consistent in drills, while performing at an exceptional level during 1-on-1's, earning an invitation to The Opening Finals in July. He's the No. 75 overall prospect in the 2017 Scout 300.

Defensive line: Rashuad Powell

Position rank: Unranked
National rank: Unranked

If schools had not heard of Rashuad Powell before Sunday, they may moving forward. The long edge pass-rusher showed a quick first step and gave linemen plenty of problems in 1-on-1's en route to earning Defensive Line MVP. He is definitely a sleeper to watch as the spring evaluation period looms.

Linebacker: Patrick Queen

Position rank: 22
National rank: Unranked
Committed to LSU

An athletic defensive prospect who excels in space, four-star Patrick Queen won the Linebacker MVP from the camp's staff at Sunday's event. Queen, a Scout four-star and the No. 12 player in the state of Louisiana, committed Feb. 27 to LSU and fits the mold of an in-space defender who potentially has some position-flexibility depending on scheme.

Defensive back: Elijah Molden

Position rank: 15
National rank: 133

Elijah Molden made the trek to Houston from his home state of Oregon. The trek was worthwhile. Not only did he impress enough to win the Defensive Back MVP, he earned an invitation to The Opening Finals. Scout ranks Molden as the No. 15 cornerback nationally and the No. 133 overall prospect in the 2017 class.

Top tester: Timarcus Davis

Position rank: 49
National rank: Unranked

Timarcus Davis started gathering offers during the course of the past couple of months. Once his testing numbers from Sunday's event get out, it's a safe bet he'll get plenty more offers. Davis ran a solid 4.63-second 40 and an absurdly fast pro agility of 3.95 seconds, while recording the best vertical leap -- 45.8 inches -- of The Opening regional tour so far this spring. Davis has a dozen offers, including Cincinnati, Iowa State, Missouri and Kansas, among others.

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