Semper Fi: Day 3, East's Top 5 Offense

David Williams

FULLERTON, Calif. -- Each day FOXSportsNEXT will take a look at the East squad's top five offensive players from practice for the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl, and Wednesday's list includes a Notre Dame commit, a Florida State pledge, a Georgia commit, an uncommitted running back, and uncommitted tight end.

Each day the FOXSportsNEXT team will look at the top five offensive players from the day at the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl practices, and coming out of Wednesday these are the ones who stood out on the offensive side.

David Williams, RB, Imhotep Charter (Philadelphia, PA)
The undecided Williams, who will announce Friday from Arizona State, Penn State and South Carolina, had a great day of practice. The running back was able to find the holes and get through them easily. He displayed his speed and burst during a play around the right edge in which he got to the corner and then exploded up the field.

Levonte Whitfield, WR, Jones High (Orlando, Fla.)
The Florida State commit showed incredible speed during special team drills, and it translated into the team period as he was able to get open and make catches down the field. Whitfield, who is 5-foot-9, made it hard for cornerbacks once he got his release off the line of scrimmage.

Mike McGlinchey, OT, William Penn Charter (Philadelphia)
McGlinchey makes the list for the second time in three days, and it was well earned. The Notre Dame commit was dominant. As soon as he gets his hands on a defender, it is over, and that happens quickly since he is 6-foot-7 and incredibly long. He has very good feet and plays with a nice base. He also moves his feet well so he doesn't reach.

Arshad Jackson, TE, Lovejoy (Ga.) High
Jackson has a world of potential, and after a slide-back Tuesday he responded with a nice Wednesday. He released well off the line of scrimmage and worked the seam well, and he also made a nice hand-eye coordination catch in the back of the end zone.

He has Florida State and Ole Miss as his leaders and is also considering a visit to Pittsburgh.

Uriah LeMay, WR, Butler High (Matthews, N.C.)
The Georgia commit was smooth and steady. He got out of his breaks well and did a nice job adjusting to balls in the air. He didn't do anything eye-popping, but he was consistent and reliable, which translates to a very good day.

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