Defensive end Darian Roseboro powered his way to DL MVP honors.
CHARLOTTE -- The Rivals Camp Series Presented by Under Armour wrapped up its Southeast swing with an event at Mallard Creek High School, where over 250 elite athletes competed in true football weather and showed off their next-level skills.
Four-star running back Bryce Love came away with the lone invitation to the Rivals Five-Star Challenge, which will be held at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. Love flashed his abundant skills during the day, but did not earn MVP honors at running back. That went to Nyheim Hines, a three-star athlete who excelled in the one-on-ones.
The offensive and defensive line drills became fairly physical despite the athletes not wearing pads, as there was plenty of give-and-take during the one-on-one segment. Offensive tackle Austin Cooke and defensive end Darian Roseboro had some fierce battles, and each walked away with an MVP award.
At quarterback, sophomore Austin Kendall came away with a well-earned MVP award after battling consistently strong winds all day that made any throw over 20 yards an iffy proposition.
The Rivals Camp Series returns in two weeks with events in Piscataway, N.J., and Washington D.C., on April 12-13. Stay tuned to Rivals.com this week as we review our latest stops from this weekend in Atlanta and Charlotte with more video and analysis from the two camps.
At each camp, our team of football recruiting experts invites elite players to participate in the 2014 Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge Presented by Under Armour. The event will be held June 6-8 at M&T Stadium in Baltimore, MD.
(From left) Bryce Love was all smiles after earning a spot in the Five-Star Challenge in Baltimore.
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