Class of 2021
Michael Williams – Game MVP
Williams took home the Game MVP with a stellar performance. On offense he displayed great speed & the ability to out run a defense by scoring 2 TDs. He also displayed a strong arm that led to big plays. Defensively, he was a force at safety. Had several pass deflections & an interception that helped lead his team to a 34-20 victory.
Deon “Pryme Tyme” Silas
Silas is one of the best athletes in his class pound for pound. What he may lack in size he more than makes up for in heart and athletic ability. Silas made several plays to keep the chains moving & was a constant threat to take it to the house every time he touched the ball; similar to Philadelphia Eagles Pro Bowl RB Darren Sproles. “Pryme Tyme” also lived up to the hype of his nick name & made the opposing team pay for throwing his way with an acrobatic INT. This kid is definitely exciting to watch.
Venerable is the prototypical receiver. Has great size and speed to get behind a defense and stretch the field. Scored on the opening drive for the offense by beating the defender one on one, and set the tone for the game.
Bel Air, MD
Tutas already has a skill set of a varsity QB. Has a great ability to read defenses and can make every throw that you need him to. Very accurate QB in the intermediate & long game, who also displayed great leadership by taking control of the offense.
Colorado Springs, CO
Fuller is a big receiver with great hands who causes a mismatch for many defenses. Seth’s reliability in the passing game turns him into one of the QBs favorite targets, but his dominance on the defensive side of the ball puts pressure on opposing QBs when he’s coming off the edge. The Colorado athlete was all over the field defensively and helped stop the opponents run game in crucial situations.
Taylor was a one-man gang for his team scoring 3 TDs & playing multiple positions on offense. Has quickness, power, & is tough to bring down. The Ohio athlete showed his athleticism playing Wildcat QB, RB, WR on offense; and displayed the toughness to play DE on defense.
Class of 2022
Fw: NPFA Clash of the Titans Middle School All American Game: Top Performers
Alexander is a powerful RB that wears defenses down as the game goes on. Kept the chains moving by running in-between the tackles and was virtually unstoppable in short yardage/ goal line situations. Draws many comparisons to Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis.
Lithia Springs, GA
Benson is a quick shifty back with great vision. Has the ability to “get skinny” to squeeze through the hole and continuously pick up positive yardage. Has the acceleration to take it to the house once he gets past the 2nd level.
Evans is one of the most dominant athletes in his class. Has the ability to play RB and carry the workload, or line up wide at receiver and become a deep threat. Has great vision, speed, strength, & balance as a ball carrier which allows him to break away whether carrying the ball inside or in space. Also, Fernando showed that he is a great defender on the opposite side of the ball and can take away one half of the field.
Class of 2023
Hulse is one of the more dominant defensive lineman in his age group. Has great size, a quick first step, & is very strong. He destroys opposing lineman one on one and forces double teams from the O-line which usually allows one of his teammates to rush freely.
Billips is a powerful back who also has a combination of speed which gives him the ability to run outside or inside. He is also a very sharp DB who recognizes & reacts to plays quickly, allowing him to locate the ball when it’s in the air or come up in run support.
Wingenbach flys around the football field and has a motor that doesn’t quit, and is a very dependable open field tackler. Put on a very dominant defensive performance by making tackles to stop potential big plays whether it was on his side of the field or on the opposite side. Plays the game with a lot of desire, passion ,and heart which is something that can’t be taught.
George Truitt Jr
Truitt has great hands and is a strong receiver who is hard for opposing defenses to bring down. A solid target that can keep the chains moving down the field and is dangerous once he has the ball in his hands. Defensively, the Philly athlete has the ability to play in the box to stop the run game & the athleticism to line up at DB and assist in pass defense.
Class of 2024 & beyond
Martin is a very good pocket passer with an accurate arm & a great football IQ. Also, has the ability to leave the pocket and make plays with his feet when needed. He doesn’t look to run first when the pocket collapses, like many young QBs his age typically do. Chris maintains the presence of mind to still look downfield for receivers while scrambling. His skill set is beyond his age.