IMG 7 on 7 Recap- The Offense

The IMG 7 on 7 Tournament Qualifier took place over the weekend with the Snoop Dogg All-Stars taking home the title knocking off BBT (Body By Tra) in the championship game. Here's a look at some of the standout performers from the event.

There was a ton of talent on hand at the IMG Regional qualifier, so much in fact that we'll split this up in to two parts, offense and defense. Here's a look at the top offensive players from the weekend.

*WR, Erik Brown- Fontana (Calif.) Summit

Brown was arguably the top player during the pool play round on Saturday. He's a tough cover because of his size and surprising quickness off the line. He has great hands, catches everything away from his body and never fights the ball. He has the body control to jump over defensive backs and above average speed and can run by a defense as well.

*WR, Shay Fields, Bellflower (Calif.) St John Bosco Shay Fields

If there was an offensive MVP for Sunday, it had to be Fields, who put on a show. He was the go to guy for Snoop and looked a lot like his older cousin, Bryce Treggs. In fact, there are a lot of similarities between the two including their size, explosive burst, soft hands and ability to make the tough catch look easy. Fields is still flying a bit under the radar from a recruiting standpoint but someone is going to get a steal.

*WR, Rahshead Johnson- LB Jordan (Calif.)

There may not me a more explosive receiver in the west coast class than Johnson. He can run every route, shows great hands and is close to an impossible cover because how quickly he can get in and out of his breaks.

*QB, Josh Rosen- Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco (2015)

Rosen had a great tournament and is definitely a national recruit. He has great size, a very live arm and can manage a game. He throws a great deep ball, his touch passes and fades were a thing of beauty and when he needs to let it go, he showed plenty of zip and throws a very catchable ball.

*WR, Sean Modster- Mission Viejo (Calif.)

This was Modster's first 7 on 7 event and all he did was get open, no matter who was covering him. He put up big numbers for the Dibalos last season and showed why with an incredibly quick first step, very good top end speed and some of the softest hands in the tournament.

*RB Kishawn Holmes- Vista Murrieta (Calif.)

Holmes once again showed a running back can put up numbers in 7 on 7 play. He's a very tough cover and is good for at least one highlight reel catch every game. He's not the biggest back, but is strong, very quick and has great hands.

*QB Brady White- Newhall (Calif.) Hart (2015)

White looked very good Saturday but his B2G team got knocked out of action early on Sunday. His strengths are his ability to make quick decisions, get the ball out very quickly and he throws a great deep ball with touch and accuracy.

*WR Trent Irwin- Newhall (Calif.) Hart (2015) Irwin probably runs the cleanest routes and is so technically sound. He's getting bigger and stronger and if he can continue to improve his speed, look out. Right now, he's more quick than fast and can really get out of his breaks.

*RB D.J. Riggins- Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian

Riggins has impressed at every event this winter and looked good again at IMG. He has great feet, catches everything and can embarrass a defender in the open field.

*WR Jeremy McNichols, Lakewood (Calif.)

Not every top player has transferred out of Lakewood. McNichols was a revelation for some but had a great all around tournament for his Snoop Dogg squad. He can get deep, catches the ball well but what stands out is his muscular frame. You can't press him and he does a great job using his strength to create space.

*QB Tyler Hilinski- Upland (Calif.) (2015)

Hilinski really came on strong on Sunday to lead BBT to the championship game. He's a mature quarterback and by that, I mean he has a great natural feel for the position. He's patient and doesn't overthrow or force throws. He's very efficient, accurate and put on an offensive exhibition on Sunday.

*WR Trevor Wright- Upland (Calif.)

Wright was Hilinski's go to guy and is fearless going up for the ball. He runs well, isn't afraid to go over the middle and can get deep as well. He has great hands and has the ability to play on either side of the ball in college. Watch out for Upland next season, they got some guys.

*WR Brandon Scott- Yucaipa (Calif.)

Scott was the other go to receiver for Hilinski and is that big bodied target everyone wants. He plays like a tight end and at 6-3, 200+ is very hard to check for an opposing player. He was a safe outlet all tournament and has great hands but showed good speed in the open field as well. He can definitely play.

Greg Biggins has been covering recruiting for over 15 years, covering the West since the mid-1990's and currently serves as a national analyst for
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