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Recap: Legacy West Michigan Showcase

Legacy Football held a West Michigan Showcase at Grand Valley State University on Sunday, and it brought talents from all across Michigan to Allendale. Here are the MVPs and standouts.


Tariq Reid, RB - Davison (18): He has been good at camps all offseason. He has burst and his pass catching skills and route running have continued to improve with all of these reps. Also a well built kid, great student and a very productive player as a junior.

Jerrin Harvey, LB - Farmington Hills Harrison (18): Nice-sized backer with the athleticism to be comfortable in space. He was good in pass coverage during this event and we expect him to get a lot of looks this summer because of his athletic tools.

James Davis, OL - Detroit King (18): Had a good showing in one on ones. Strong kid who has good leverage. Projects as an interior guy in college.

Jermaine Trammell, DT, Detroit East English Village Prep (20): An impressive freshman who showed quickness off the ball and good strength. 5-foot-11, 260 pounds right now, we'll see how he continues to grow as he goes through high school, but a talented youngster.

Other Notables:

Northwestern quarterback commit Jason Whittaker came and threw the ball. We always like what we see out of the future Wildcat. He has good size, is always in command, and has the arm to make all the necessary throws.

Muskegon sophomore offensive lineman Anthony Bradford recently received an offer from Georgia and his size and strength made him a tough matchup for defensive linemen. Teammate Clinton Jefferson is an athletic defensive back/wide receiver to know about.

It was a good group of offensive linemen in general, especially in the 2019 class where Flushing's William Racely, East Grand Rapids' Stuart Kettler, and Allendale's Logan Miller all have the size and tools to draw a lot of college looks. We will see how they all develop and play their junior years, but all three have natural gifts to work with. Kaleb McMann is a good sized rising senior from Muskegon Orchard View. Combined with the four 2019 guys mentioned above and the MVP Davis, it was a good looking group of linemen.

One of the standous on the defensive line was Ann Arbor Pioneer's Dennis Simmons, the younger brother of Michigan State signee Antjuan Simmons.

At wide receiver, Detroit King's Darnell Wyatt was one that regularly caught our eyes with his ability to create separation and make catches. Walled Lake Western's Justin Thomas and rising freshman Justin Gabriel always come to play, so it was no surprise to see both of those guys running good routes and winning 1-1 reps.

At defensive back, Chippewa Valley's Marcel Duncan is one to watch. West Bloomfield 2019 safety Lance Dixon has excellent size and ability, he is one we will watch closely.

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