Jonathan Dowling, Matt Elam and Gerald Christian are three of the highest ranked players in the…
GK: Scouting the Florida kids (Offense)
Note: Team Southeast, which was made up of primarily Florida kids, won the event. QB Jeffrey Godfrey -- He was throwing darts all afternoon. While he threw some costly picks at certain times, his TD-INT ratio was excellent. He doesn't have a rocket for an arm and he's only 5-11 but he throws an accurate ball and really sees the field well when spreading the ball around to his playmakers. He's one of the state's top QB prospects and will be ideal for the spread offense at the next level. RB Roy Finch -- It's tough for running backs to flash a whole lot in 7on7 settings but Finch caught several balls and looked very well put together. WR Kadron Boone -- Wirh a good combination of a lot of things you look for in a receiver, Boone made a lot of plays. He catches anything close to him and runs real nice routes. He knows how to get open and make things happen. He was the fourth leading receiver for Team Florida. WR Christian Green -- With a rare combination of the physical tools you look for in a receiver, Green still plays quarterback for his high school team and so he's not likely to make as big an impact at events like these. He made some tremendous plays and showed flashes of why he's considered an excellent WR prospect, though. He was Team Florida's fifth leading receiver. WR Ivan McCartney -- Arguably the top playmaker at the entire event among receivers, McCartney just flat out knows how to play the position and get open. Whether it's getting deep behind the defense or catching balls over the middle or making people miss in the open field or going up over defenders, he makes it happen. He looked very impressive and was Team Florida's leading receiver. WR Kenny Shaw -- You're not going to find a smoother receiver at the high school level. He doesn't have ideal size and lacks elite speed but he flat out gets open and runs beautiful routes. He'll play very early wherever he goes and was Team Florida's second leading receiver. TE Gerald Christian -- Far and away the most productive tight end at the event, Christian actually won the overall Offensive MVP Award. Whenever Team Florida needed a big catch over the middle, Christian delivered. It's hard to believe he's not even the best tight end at his own high school (see 2011 Nick O'Leary) because he has to be considered one of the nation's best this year and he proved it again on Saturday.
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