http://footballrecruiting.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1481503 2015 CB Eric Lee (Valor): #1 DB & #3 Overall Defensive Performer From Rivals, "The top defensive back at the event was a sophomore. That says more about Lee than the competition. There was plenty of secondary talent to go around in Phoenix, but Lee was on a different level for much of the afternoon. Lee's speed and instincts are was set him apart. The combination is even more impressive when you consider his age. Lee took plenty of impressive reps on Saturday, but he was most impressive against Oklahoma recruiting target Tyler Whiley, who he stayed with easily before making a nice break up during one-on-ones. The 180-pound prospect will be a certifiable commodity by he's a senior." 2015 FS Avery Anderson (Pine Creek): #2 DB & #9 Overall Defensive Performer From Rivals, "Anderson, just a sophomore, carries an offer from Wyoming. There's probably more where that one came from, though. Anderson was hard to miss because of the white headband he wore during drills, but also because he made a long list of plays during one-on-ones. Anderson is skilled at using the sideline as an extra defender and showcased wonderful awareness all day. He didn't make any spectacular diving plays or interceptions, but he also didn't allow many catches. Anderson isn't flashy because his speed makes things looks easy at times."