Palmetto 7on7 Top Ten

DUNCAN, S.C. -- The first day of the Palmetto State 7on7 Showdown finished with twenty teams from five state. Here are the top ten performers from the day, including NC State verbal commitment Tony Creecy.


Charlotte Combine: Top Five Underclassmen
B.J. Bostic – QB/WR – Jefferson County (Ga.) - 2010
Scouting Report: While his offense is normally focused on the run and may not fit into the seven-on-seven setting, Bostic figures out ways once again to make plays as a quarterback. Also had a couple very nice catches showing off his speed against the Byrnes defense.
Tony Creecy – WR – Southern Durham (S.C.) - 2010
Scouting Report: Made big plays on limited chances turning six of eight catches into touchdowns and the other two finished with one at the one yard line and the other an electrifying run through much of the defense. Body looking more and more like a running back, with a lot of lower body power.
Chas Dodd – QB – Byrnes (S.C.) - 2010
Scouting Report: Normally the focus is on the Byrnes offense, but Dodd did such a great job of getting the ball to so many different wide receivers he finally caught the attention he deserves. Arm continues to get stronger and his mind about as sharp as you can find.
Trevin Franklin – TE – Easley (S.C.) - 2011
Scouting Report: Playing tight end and wide receiver for the first time, Franklin was pretty much the lone offensive force for the Easley team that went 0-11 last year but finished at 2-2 in the first day of the passing tournament. Body physically fits better on defense, but there is some FBS athleticism there.
Maudrecus Humphrey – WR – Hoover (Ala.) - 2010
Scouting Report: Showed off his track speed with his very first catch of the day making a grab on the left side of the field and outrunning the defense to the other side of the field and into the endzone. Also showed some strength and vertical on some jump balls in the endzone.
Cornelius Jones – QB – Spartanburg (S.C.) - 2010
Scouting Report: Jones is always up and down when we see him, but on the first day he was definitely on with some huge passes in big situations for Spartanburg. Starting to show a little more touch on his shorter passes but the big arm is still there for this athletic quarterback.
Josh Magee – WR – Hoover (Ala.) - 2010
Scouting Report: Appears to be the go-to guy for the Hoover offense, made deep catch after deep catch from the slot and the defenses made adjustments trying to bracket him but still could not keep up.

Joseph Morgan – RB – Lower Richland (S.C.) - 2010
Scouting Report: Impressive on offense, which is tough to do in a seven-on-seven setting, scoring four touchdowns in his team's last game in addition to a game clinching first down catch on a lobbed ball over three taller defenders. Earning several FCS offers right now.
Dexter Staley – LB/WR – Williston Elko (S.C.) - 2011
Scouting Report: Claiming major offers from around the Southeast, this rising junior followed up with very, very impressive work on the field both as a physical go-to wide receiver and as a surprisingly agile linebacker. Caught three touchdowns in one game on the first day.
C.J. Uzomah – QB – North Gwinnett (Ga.) - 2011
Scouting Report: It is tough to make the list when you only play in every other series, but North Gwinnett wants their backup to get some work and Uzomah has to settle for snapping the ball. When he is in the game, Uzomah shows the potential that every college in the country should recruit for next year with his athleticism at wide receiver and arm strength as a quarterback.

Southern (NC) Durham Athlete Tony Creecy


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