NLA Dallas MVPs (© Greg Powers)

The Official MVPs from the Next Level Athlete Showcase in Dallas, Texas

BEDFORD, Texas -- The MVPs as selected by the staff of the Next Level Athlete Showcase and the team of coaches at the event...

QB MVP Chance Amie

The Tyler (Texas) Lee hurler walks away with the QB MVP honors. He already has his first offer from the Bowling Green Falcons. Listed at 6-foot-3, 190 pounds. 

Chance Amie (© Greg Powers)

RB MVP - Kelan Walker

Kelan Walker (© Greg Powers)

The DeSoto (Texas) High back and Scout 300 member had a productive year as a junior and already has offers from programs like ColoradoIowa State and more. Listed at 6-foot-0, 205. 

WR MVP - Antonio Heard

Antonio Heard (© Greg Powers)

The Teague (Texas) speedster is hard to handle in one-on-ones. He has already made a verbal commitment to the UAB Blazers. Listed at 5-foot-8, 155 pounds. 

OL MVP - Daizion Carroll

Daizion Carroll (© Greg Powers)

The Waco (Texas) Midway interior lineman has the size on his frame already. Listed interest in schools like BaylorTCU and Texas. He is looking for offer No. 1. Listed at 6-foot-3, 315 pounds. 

DL MVP - Jaxon Player

Jaxon Player (© Greg Powers)

The Waco (Texas) Midway defender is the second prospect from the school to nab MVP honors. He also earned Honorable Mentin All-State honors in 2016. Listed at 6-foot-0, 270 pounds. 

LB MVP - Ashton Brooks

Ashton Brooks (© Greg Powers)

The DeSoto (Texas) High backer was solid in the drills and competition and it is always hard to lock down RBs in that setting. He will be a main returnee on a defense that helped win a state championship. Listed at 6-foot-0, 190.  

DB MVP - Jonathan McGill

Jonathan McGill (© Greg Powers)

The Coppell (Texas) High defensive back and Scout four-star was the lone Class of 2019 prospect to walk away with MVP status. He has an offer from SMU. Listed at 5-foot-11, 185. 


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