Pylon 7-on-7 Southeast Regional All-Tournament Team

Pylon 7-on-7 Southeast Regional All-Tournament Team

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Scout takes a look at the Pylon 7-on-7 Southeast Regional All-Tournament Team as selected by the Pylon staff in attendance at the event.

QB Drake Davis - Davis led Boom to the championship. He showed deadly accuracy and he was clearly the captain who ran the ship. He led three last second drives that ultimately lead to victories.

QB Joe Milton - Milton was one of if not the most physically imposing player at the whole tournament. Has a rocket of an arm. 

WR  Mark Pope - Pope was probably considered as the top wide receiver at the event. He played on another level and he was nearly unstoppable in all phases of the game. His team also played at a high level. 

Mark Pope Jr. (© Pylon)

RB/WR Jarel Miller - On a team of full of elite athletes he stood out. He was the most elite pass catchers in attendance. He was causing match-up problems all weekend  and was deemed unguardable. 

RB - Nayquan Wright  - Wright played both sides of the ball and he played at an elite level. He really impressed with his leadership and high football IQ.

ATH - Akeem Dent - Dent is another who starred on both sides of the ball. He made play after play and showed why many think he one of the top athletes in the state in his class.  

ATH - Houston Griffith -  He showed elite athleticism and agility as expected.  On offense, he sas able to get open consistently versus the top defensive backs.  

ATH Jamal Anderson - Mr. Consistency, as he was  considered as the most consistent player at the event. Showed great skill both days and didn't disappoint leading his team to the championship game. He always showed up.  

Jamal Anderson (© Pylon)

LB Billy Joseph - Joseph showed great range and the ability to keep up with speedy wide receivers. He has a quick short burst and is another who showed high football IQ by knowing his defensive assignments. 

LB Dante Lang - This is one extremely skilled big man. He plays defensive end, but showed his ability to run while playing linebacker. He will be a highly coveted recruit. 

LB- Fitzroy Gardner - Gardner looked great. He is definitely physically gifted. He plays with his hand on the ground on tape, buts standing up he showed his ability to run and make plays out to the sideline. 

DB - Bookie Radley-Hiles - One of the top-rated players in attendance and he lived up to the hype. Has a nice thick frame with speed and quickness to burn. Matched up versus the top receivers and secured two interceptions in the late rounds. 

DB Jermaine McMillian - Long, tall, and rangy defensive back, who made a case to have been considered as the best corner. Schools will soon find out about his skills. 

Jermaine McMillian (© Pylon)

DB - Nadab Joseph - At 6-foot-2 he was certainly an imposing defensive back. He could stick like glue to wide receivers and made a push to be recognized as one of the nation's best at the position.

DB - Tamel McCall - The best pure safety prospect at the event. His length and size helps him cover tons of ground. Keep an eye on this one. 

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