DFW All-7Sevens Team

CEDAR Hill, Texas -- Scout.com makes its selections for the All-Tourney squad from the UNDER ARMOUR SEVENS THROWDOWN DFW stop.

QB Damion Hobbs (6'3, 205) - Cedar Hill
Has developed and is now equally dangerous with his arm.

QB Tyler Jones (6'2, 195) - Stephenville
Led Stephenville to the title. Picked defenses apart all day long.

*QB/WR Lorenzo Joe (6'2, 180) - Abilene Cooper
Played quarterback and did really well. Will be a college WR.

RB Dontre Wilson (5'10, 180) - DeSoto
Created the biggest mismatches when LBS tried to slow him down.

TE Durham Smythe (6'6, 230) - Belton
Big target that is a defenses worst nightmare in a 7v7 setting.

WR Robbie Rhodes (6'1, 190) - FW Southwest

One of the most physically impressive players in the country.

WR Brice Gunter (6'2, 185) - Stephenville
A little under the radar still right now, but has a nice combo of attributes.

WR Laquvionte Gonzalez (5'11, 170) - Cedar Hill
A special talent. Quick and hard to cover and you will not catch him from behind.

WR Eldridge Massington (6'3, 190) - West Mesquite

Very competitive for the deep ball. He has great down field speed and will go up.

WR Anthony Pierson (6'1, 180) - Abilene Cooper
Still a mystery as to why more schools have not offered. Nice size and speed.

WR Quincy Adeboyejo (6'3, 175) - Cedar Hill
Long and rangy wide receiver who can use the entire field to get open. Has great hands.

*WR/QB Jakari Dillard (6'4, 180) - Princeton
One of the tallest and biggest players at the tourney. Very valuable to his teams success.

*WR/S K.D. Cannon (6'1, 165) - Mount Pleasant
Fires off the line like a cannon and has huge hands made to catch passes.

CB Fred Lawrence (5'9, 170) - Abilene Cooper

A small, but fiery competitor at corner. Is a leader and is rarely beaten.

S Kameron Miles (6'2, 212) - West Mesquite

Looks like a LBer but has great feet and quickness of any of the best DBs.

*S Dylan Sumner-Gardner (6'1, 195) - West Mesquite
May be the top overall prospect on a team that is completely stacked with prospects.

CB William Earley (6'1, 190) - West Mesquite

Not too many corners are built like this guy. He is stacked and can flip his hips and run.

CB Nkeal Bailey (6'1, 160) - Princeton
Came in to this from completely off the radar, but has a D1 skill set and size.

LB Money Peterson (6'0, 210) - Wilmer-Hutchins

One of the more intimidating prospects physically. He looked like he had pads on.

LB Cameron Hampton (6'2, 205) - Dallas Carter
Budding star from the DISD. Wiry, but has the frame to grow in to a physical presence by this time next year.

*Class of 2014

Scout.com's Jeremy Clark and Erin Hartigan contributed to this report

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