Several names stood out in the morning session and with that, let's take a look at the top performers (based on HFB.com) from the linemen session.
HT/WT: 6-3, 240
Owens received an offer from TCU just a few days ago. The 6-foot-3, 240-pounder stepped up right where he left off at the Kilgore camp last week. Owens didn't test on Friday, already running a 4.6 for the Frogs last week. In individual drills, it was tough to find a quicker set of feet than Owens. When it came time for 1-on-1's, Owens put on a show, winning at least three of his battles against offensive linemen.
HT/WT: 6-3, 235
If you didn't know of Franklin before, get familiar with the name. The defensive end out of Greenville was easily one of the most athletic defensive ends in attendance, which was especially impressive when you combine that with his 6-foot-3, 235-pound frame. Franklin had the fastest forty time for a defensive end with a 4.63 and quickly had the attention of the coaches early on. When it came to one-on-one drills, Franklin was unstoppable. Don't be shocked if TCU is Franklin's first offer.
School: Argyle Liberty Christian
HT/WT: 6-3, 290
Just as he does at every camp, Lundblade simply gets it done. Lundblade showed why he's considered one of the top center prospects in the country and when it came time for one-on-one's, Lundblade couldn't be beat working at center. Now up to eight offers, Lundblade definitely put himself on TCU's radar even more with his performance on Friday.
School: Flower Mound Marcus
HT/WT: 6-5, 260
Keep an eye on this 6-foot-5, 260-pound gem out of Flower Mound Marcus. A 2015 prospect, aside from Franklin, Sutherland seemed to create the most buzz from the coaches. Sutherland displayed excellent quickness and aside from Lundblade, he was the best offensive lineman during 1-on-1's. Although he will play center for the Marauders, Sutherland is a prime tackle prospect at the next level and one that will start to get offers sooner rather than later.
School: Dallas Skyline
HT/WT:: 6-3, 230
As expected, Evans put on a good show for the TCU coaches. While he didn't test as well as Franklin in the 40 with a 4.73, when it came time for individual drills and more importantly one-on-one's, Evans won most of his battles. Evans has a top five with TCU on the outside looking in. However, an offer from the Frogs would definitely change his list of top schools.
School: Hill School (Ft. Worth)
HT/WT: 6-3, 230
Physically, Amie was one of the most impressive players in attendance. At 6-foot-3, 230-pounds, Amie certainly opened some eyes today with his quickness and his work in individual drills. He had one of the faster first steps of any prospect in attendance. Amie also ran a very respectable 4.70 forty. Here's the best part about Amie; he's a six man player. If there is a better looking player in Texas in six-man football, we'd like to see him.
School: Mesquite Horn
HT/WT: 6-3, 280
Another prospect out of Mesquite Horn, Alvarez was very good on the interior. He has a frame that can add plenty of weight and he's very strong. Alvarez quickly showed his strength early on in one-on-one's and by our count, he didn't lose a battle. A prospect at guard or center, Alvarez snapped for the Frogs' coaching staff following the camp.
School: Mesquite Horn
HT/WT:: 6-4, 280
The 2015 lineman out of Mesquite Horned already holds a TCU offer. It was easy to see why early on as Dyer went through agility drills and displayed his lateral movement. Dyer was unable to participate in contact drills, but he did enough through testing and particular drills to prove that he was one of the top linemen prospects in attendance.
School: Dallas Skyline
HT/WT:: 6-3, 265
The 2014 tackle out of Skyline really turned it on during one-on-one drills and along with Sutherland he was one of the better tackle prospects in attendance. No other prospect "punched" like Haynes, and most defensive ends didn't expect it. He still needs to add plenty of weight, but he showed good footwork keeping ends to the outside and won most of his one-on-one battles.
School: Byron Nelson
HT/WT:: 6-6, 310
Last but certainly not least was Huizenga out of Byron Nelson. Huizenga was one of the larger prospects in attendance at 6-foot-6, 310-pounds. Huizenga needs to improve his lateral movement because he was beat off the edge by some defensive linemen, however, once he got his hands on a defender, the big lineman usually came out on top. Huizenga is still waiting for his first offer.