NLA Showcase Houston: Top Offense takes a look at the Next Level Athlete selections from the Video Showcase event who was the best on the offensive side of the ball.

Manvel ATH Gary Haynes (5-8, 153)
Easy choice here as Haynes was named the MVP of the wide receivers. But much like he did this past season for the Mavericks, Haynes played in a number of positions and competed well in all of them.

North Shore OL Tyler Moore (6-4, 347) 
Several coaches raved about what Moore was able to do on the day. Of course being outside of pads does no justice for a player who gets downright nasty in the trenches, showing lots of strength at the point of attack. 

Kinkaid QB J.T. Granato (6-3, 200)
Coming from a program that has no problem slinging it many times during games, Granato was on point with his throws most of the day. So much to the point where receivers were trying to request him to meet up in line to catch passes from him. 

Nimitz WR Darrell Stewart (6-1, 190)
Versatile as other mentioned here, Stewart made sure that every defensive back knew who he was. And most of them did because he was able to get by or out-maneuver nearly all of them throughout the camp. 

Manvel WR Reggie Hemphill (6-0, 165)
As he has at many competetions, Hemphill was one of the best, if not the best receiver on hand other than his teammate at Manvel (Haynes). He runs great routes and if a ball is near him, consider it caught. 

Others for consideration:
WR/S Devwah Whaley, Beaumont Central; WR Chase Harrell, Huffman; QB Jalen Hurts, Channelview

Ahmard Vital is responsible for Midlands Recruiting, mainly covering prospects in the state of Texas. He joined in 2005 and is the author of the newly released book, Awaken the Baller Within.
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