2016 WR Austin Mack made multiple plays down the field for Indianapolis based AWP. He showed a quick burst off the line and has a knack of getting open. At 6-foot-2, 205-pounds, he can go up and get it the ball, too. Rated a four-star prospect, he already holds offers form Indiana and Cincinnati, and should earn some more in the future.
AWP also featured 2016 QB Noah Wezensky, who currently holds an Akron offer. He showed good arm accuracy and ability to find the open man. He led AWP to multiple scoring drives, and intends on camping at Michigan and Michigan State this summer.
Girdiron Canada had one of the youngest, but maybe the most talented team in the tournament. Led by 2016 CB Patrice Rene, who stands at 6-foot-2, is a college coaches dream with his height and athletic ability. He can play press coverage and looks the part of a cover corner. Also on Gridiron, 2017 athlete Jonathon Sutherland stoodnout with his playmaking ability. He scored multiple touchdowns on offense, and played stout defense as a defensive back. He looks like he could be a big-timer in his class.
And possibly the most intriguing prospect on Gridiron is is 2017 DE Luiji Vileain. At 6-foot-4, 230-pounds, he moves well and was playing in his first ever 7v7 tournament. He also made some nice catches down the field, so he could end up playing tight end at the next level.
Chicago Boom 2016 QB Steven Frank made all throws on Saturday. However, his accuracy and touch is what stood out the most. At 6-foot-4, 190-pounds, he has the size to go along with his arm, too.
Michigan Elite 2015 WR Grant Perry is a burner and couldn't be contained in 1-on-1 coverage. At 5-foot-11, 175-pounds, he projects more as your typical slot receiver. He intends on camping at Michigan this summer.