All-RCS Team: The best from the 2014 Rivals Camp Series

As the 2014 Rvials Camp Series presented by Under Armour concludes, our analysts take a look back at each camp to see who was the top player at each position.

Quarterback

Josh Rosen – UCLA commitment showed off his 5-star skills and the ability to throw in rainy conditions at Southern Cal RCS.

Running Back

Kendall Bussey – Nebraska commitment was RB MVP at Hattiesburg RCS and then flew to Chicago to win it again there.

Running Back

Jacques Patrick – Huge running back dominated not only from the backfield but also outside at the Orlando RCS.

Wide Receiver

Tyron Johnson - Dominant speedster and elite route runner won MVP honors at New Orleans RCS and did the same in Hattiesburg for good measure.

Wide Receiver

D.J. Moore – Perhaps the surprise of the RCS Camp Series, lit up very good group of defensive backs at New Jersey RCS.

Wide Receiver

Demetris Robertson (2016) – At the stocked Atlanta RCS, he became the first underclassmen to earn a 5-star Challenge invite with his dominant performance.

Tight End

Devonaire Clarington – The TE MVP at the Miami RCS, he showed the ability to get open with ease and big, reliable hands.

Offensive Line

Josh Wariboko – The big guard and former Oklahoma commitment won OL MVP honors at the loaded Dallas RCS by stonewalling nearly everyone.

Offensive Line

Lester Cotton—The Alabama commitment showed the best footwork of any guard on the circuit at the Birmingham RCS.

Offensive Line

Chuma Edoga – The dominant USC tackle commitment took on all comers including many future and current four stars at the Atlanta RCS and showed impressive arm extension and footwork.

Offensive Line

Isaiah Prince – The tall and agile offensive tackle beat out a strong group of OL for MVP honors at the Baltimore/DC RCS.

Offensive Line

Quarvez Boulware – Undersized a bit compared to the rest, he showed surprising strength and lower body strength at the Baltimore/DC RCS.

Defensive Line

Byron Cowart – At the Orlando RCS, he registered perhaps the most dominant performance in RCS camp history.

Defensive Line

Jonathan Ledbetter – The big Alabama commitment led the way at the Atlanta RCS beating out a talented group for MVP honors.

Defensive Line

Josh Sweat – At the Baltimore/DC RCS there were whispers of Jadeveon Clowney when watching Sweat because of his size and build.

Defensive Line

Terry Beckner Jr. – He was the top lineman at the Chicago RCS on either side of the ball and dominated to take home MVP honors.

Linebacker

Malik Jefferson – Lived up to the hype as one of the best linebackers in coverage at the Dallas RCS.

Linebacker

Michael Divinity (2016) – Surprised everyone with LB MVP honors in New Orleans and then did it again in Hattiesburg.

Linebacker

Daelin Hayes (2016) – Had one of the best overall performances from a linebacker all year at the Detroit RCS.

Defensive Back

Iman Marshall – The 5-star cornerback went against a loaded group at the Southern Cal RCS and still dominated.

Defensive Back

Derwin James – The FSU commitment was physical and quick at the Orlando RCS taking on big and small receivers and some tight ends.

Defensive Back

Tyrek Cole – The FSU cornerback commitment called out the best at the Miami RCS and showed he could play bigger receivers in earning MVP honors at CB.

Defensive Back

Ugo Amadi – The Ole Miss commitment showed that size doesn’t matter at cornerback in his case and showed off his speed and strength in Hattiesburg for MVP honors.

Athlete

Stanley Norman – Norman played both ways and took home WR MVP honors when he focused on that side of the ball at the Southern Cal RCS.