Quick Hitter: Batiste may be on the small side, but he is quick, and he can cover. He is not scared to mix it up and play physical and he showed very good recovery speed all weekend.
Quick Hitter: Blaylock is just a consistent player. He is not flashy and he not wow you in a 7v7 event, but he has good instincts, he covers his area, and when the pads are on, he can lay the wood.
Quick Hitter: Burton is a guy that talks trash and knows how to back it up in this type of event. He does his thing consistently in the 7v7 events and now he just has to take it to when the pads are on. He is very fast, he can turn and run, and he is athletic.
Quick Hitter: Conque is a big quarterback that looks like a young Ben Roethlisberger when talking about his frame. He threw a nice ball in this event, he showed nice arm strength, and his size should draw him a lot of attention.
Quick Hitter: Cowan lacks the down field speed, but he knows how to get open, he knows how to catch the football, and he knows how to run precise routes. He still needs to add weight and work on his burst off the ball, but he is better than a four offer prospect.
Quick Hitter: Fleurejus may have been the smallest prospect in this event, but he may have been the toughest to defend too. He was used in multiple ways and he could be a playmaker for someone on the next level. He could be used as a return man, in the slot, and out of the backfield.
Quick Hitter: Hegedus is a wide receiver that continues to make plays when given the opportunity. He has good size, he has deceptive speed, and he is a gamer. He can play physical and could be a receiver that plays inside and outside on the next level.
Guierry van de Kuyp - ATH - 6-0/170 - Hialeah, Fla.-Hialeah
Quick Hitter: This young man is starting to become a household name when talking about 7v7 events in the South. He has now taken his Fire Team to two Badger Sport titles. He is an interesting athlete that has a lot of intangibles to like. He could probably play quarterback in some systems with the proper coaching, but will likely end up at wide receiver or safety.
Greg Sims - CB - 5-9/170 - Brookhaven, Miss.-Brookhaven
Quick Hitter: Sims is another small athlete that made plays over the weekend. He showed very good ball skills and toughness. He needs to improve his footwork, but he is someone who should see his stock go up in the coming months.
Jordan Woods - WR - 5-10/175 - Hattiesburg Miss.-Oak Grove
Quick Hitter: Woods was impressive with good speed, change of direction, and his burst out of breaks. He is a slot type of receiver, but may have the ability to be a true corner on the next level as well.