Obviously 7on7 events are geared toward showing off a quarterback's skills -- his arm strength, his accuracy, his ability to get the ball off quickly, and his ability to spread the ball around and down the field.
Three of the quarterbacks really jumped out with their strong performances on Saturday.
Asiantii Wouldard had a solid junior season at Winter Park High in 2011, putting his name out there as one of the state's best prospects at his position. He did nothing but impress today. At 6-foot-4 and 190 pounds, Woulard has the ideal size you look for. He's a tremendous athlete, too. However, he put his passing skills on display today. He showed off a very strong arm, he was probably the second most accurate passer at the event, and he made good decisions with the ball. He spread it around nicely to a talented group of receivers, too. The USF commitment could see his recruiting stock rise in the coming weeks and months if he keeps turning in performances like this one.
Akeem Jones is the leader of a talented South Florida Express offense. The Carol City High standout has a live arm and he's very athletic.2 Today, he was very accurate and constantly made accurate throws down the field. He made good decisions all day and looked very sharp from beginning to end. He's still waiting on BCS-level offers but it's only a matter of time.
The most accurate passer at today's event was Atlantic Coast High sophomore Ryan McFarlin. At 6-foot-2 and 195 pounds, he might not have the arm strength as the first two mentioned in this article but he's extremely accurate and makes good decisions. He goes through his progressions extremely well and led his team to an undefeated day on Saturday. He played his sophomore season at University Christian and played mostly on the JV team so he's a little under the radar. However, he turned in a tremendous performance for Saturday's top team (Pro Impact). He's clearly a 2014 player to keep an eye on.