Nike 7ON All-Camp Team: Offense chooses the top offensive performers from the Nike 7on Passing Tournament, led by MVP Teddy Bridgwater, the winning quarterback from champion Miami (Fla.) Northwestern...


Teddy Bridgewater (MVP)
Quarterback, Miami (Fla.) Northwestern
For the second straight year, Miami Northwestern won the tournament title and for the second straight year, Bridgewater was the MVP.  From his picking apart of Butler in the opener (five drives, five touchdowns in the first half), to his rally of MNW in the finals against Denton (Texas) Guyer, the five-star prospect picked up his second major passing tournament title in the past two weekends, following the Badger National 7on7 Tournament.  And Bridgewater had four interceptions as a safety, including one in the championship contest and one that sealed a playoff win.

Cardale Jones
Quarterback, Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville
Jones matched Bridgewater touchdown for touchdown in their down-to-the-wire loss in the quarterfinals, which MNW won on the last play of the game.  Jones showed good consistency on Day Two and nearly rallied Glenville to a stunning win over MNW.  Did a good job of mixing his passes on the final day.

Chris Gallon
Receiver, Orlando (Fla.) Dr. Phillips
Was relatively quiet on Day Two, but was at his best on Day One, routinely getting open across the middle and down field and making several big catches to give Dr. Phillips another offensive weapon when defenses keyed on Hart.

Dantrelle Horne
Receiver, Miami (Fla.) Northwestern
It took us a couple of games to figure out who Horne was, since he wasn't listed on the roster because of a jersey snafu. But he kept making plays that forced us to figure him out.  Has very soft hands and did a tremendous job getting open and coming up with big catches for Bridgewater.

Dee Hart
Running Back, Orlando (Fla.) Dr. Phillips
Were it not for Bridgewater, Hart may have walked away from Beaverton with MVP honors.  Was that good all weekend, catching every thing thrown his way, in traffic, short, long, double and triple teamed.  His best play may have been when he was jammed at the line of scrimmage and he chucked the defender back five yards.  

Dominique Rhymes
Tight End, Miami (Fla.) Northwestern
This basketball player turned football player showed that he's got a bright future on the gridiron.  Looked like a natural catching the ball and showed great athleticism in the finals against Guyer, showing great balance and concentration on the tying touchdown to force overtime.  Was a matchup nightmare at times.

Eli Rogers
Receiver, Miami (Fla.) Northwestern
Yet another MNW receiver makes the team, but Rogers was a huge reason that MNW repeated, being Bridgewater's go-to guy all weekend with some clutch, athletic and acrobatic catches.

George Farmer
Receiver, Gardena (Calif.) Serra
At times, was the most dominant player on the field.  Also played well defensively, coming up with some big interceptions.  Physically, was one of the most impressive players there.

J.W. Walsh
Quarterback, Denton (Texas) Guyer
Like Hart, he made a big case for MVP honors and had Guyer pulled out the win over MNW in the finals, he may well have earned it.  Threw nearly 30 touchdowns over the course of six games, mixing his throws up and continued to make the defenses pay when they gave him underneath routes.

Kris Frost
Receiver, Matthews (N.C.) Butler
It was a rough weekend for Butler but Frost was one of the bright spots and gave sophomore Riley Ferguson a reliable target to utilize in their offense.  Also made some big plays on defense for Butler.

Quentin Gardener
Receiver, Denton (Texas) Guyer
If Josh Stewart (on the all-camp team defensively) wasn't making the big catch, it was Gardener, affectionately known as Q.  He has very good quickness and great hands and showed some good moves and cutback in the open field.

Shane Wynn
Receiver, Glenville (Ohio)
Not the biggest receiver but was one of the fastest, constantly blowing by DBs who dared to play man on him and being one of Jones' favorite down-field targets.

Honorable Mention
WR Wesley Hawthorne, Arlington (Texas) Martin; WR Vince Sanders, Denton (Texas) Guyer, TE Jason Gibson, Gardena (Calif.) Serra; QB Russell Bellomy, Arlington (Texas) Martin

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