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Rockwall Heath brings lots of talent

Among the massive amount of talent in Fort Worth for the Nike camp, one school definitely brought its fair share of talent.
In fact not many schools are capable of bringing the kind of talent that Rockwall Heath can.
Heath brought several players from both sides of the ball.
On the offensive side, quarterback Drew Hollingshead, along with running backs Kendial Lawrence and Everett Gilbert were in attendance.
Hollingshead was very impressive, especially in the accuracy portion of the Elite 11 camp where he finished third.
On the defensive side, Rockwall Heath brought linebackers Austin Moss and Ryan Mosby.
Moss is already well into the double-digits for offers including Arkansas, Louisville, Wisconsin and TCU.
Mosby has yet to pick up any offers, but he certainly impressed on Saturday and felt good about his performance.
"I felt like I did awesome. I got two picks and I'm just on cloud nine right now," Mosby said.
As for the competition, Mosby was impressed, but he's used to going against top competition.
"It was good. It wasn't just flat out tough, but it was good," Mosby said.
However, there was one competitor that definitely impressed him.
"I went up against Rex Burkhead. He's bad man. He's awesome," Mosby said.
As much as they showed off at the Nike camp, plenty of colleges should be by Rockwall Heath this week to check out all their prospects for Spring practice.
"We have Spring ball starting on Thursday in pads. A lot of colleges should be by to watch," Mosby said.