INDIANAPOLIS – Arizona Cardinals cornerback Michael Adams will be holding a 7-on-7 high school tournament on Sunday, June 17 at Cedar Hill High School in Dallas to benefit the Mike Adams Conquerors Foundation.
The double-elimination tournament, which will have FOX Sports/Scout.com in attendance, will feature 16 of the area’s top programs.
The winning team will be awarded $5,000 from Adams for its high school program. Due to the restriction on high school coaches having contact with students at this time, NFL players will be serving as honorary coaches for the day.
Those slated to be on hand include Philip Tanner, Dominic Rhodes, Beanie Wells, Rashad Johnson, Antoine Caldwell, Stephen Williams, Greg Toler, Nick Eason, Sam Acho, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Beanie Wells, Early Doucet, Terrell Brown, Andre Roberts, Richard Marshall, Steve Breaston and more.
Scout.com rated prospects like Eldridge Massington, Kameron Miles, Fred Ross, Kyle Hicks, Laquvionte Gonzalez, Damion Hobbs, Greg Ward Ellis Jefferson, Brandon Hines are just a small tastes of the type of talent that is set to perform.
In addition to the tournament, autographed memorabilia will be raffled off with all proceeds benefitting the foundation.
For more information on the tournament, or to be a sponsor or volunteer, please contact Elite Image, LLC.
Schools confirmed thus far: West Mesquite, John Tyler, Denton Guyer, Dallas Skyline, Lancaster, Dallas Kimball, Arlington Martin, Arlington Bowie, Dallas Carter, Duncanville, South Oak Cliff, Cedar Hill