Vegas 7on7 Photo Recap

The second annual New Level / Badger Sports 7on7 in Las Vegas was a resounding success as a slew of top tier players showed up to compete. In this feature we take a look at some pictures and recap some of the standouts from the event.

Team4 from California played exceptionally well on Sunday to capture the first place trophy.

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Texas commit Ahmad Dixon played well for in coverage at safety and cornerback.

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2011 Bishop Gorman defensive end Jalen Grimble is the cousin of 2010 Xavier Grimble.

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Jake Heaps Washington squad did not do as good as they did one year ago, but he threw the ball with great accuracy and good zip.

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Colorado quarterback Austin Hinder struggled with his accuracy on the first day, but played better on day number two.

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Texas corner Tony Hurd is a physical corner with good ball skills. He also played some at safety.

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Cali. safety Sean Parker was one of the best defensive backs at the event and he could be a terrorizing safety on the college level.

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La. Trovon Reed played most of the snaps on both sides of the ball and is a legit Top 100 talent.

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Reed makes the play of the weekend with a catch over the top of Parker.

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Texas linebacker Shaun Lewis was in the running as the most impressive looking physical specimen at the event.

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Vegas native Xavier Grimble was right there with Lewis for the honor of the most intimidating looking specimen.

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Tulsa Union receiver Thomas Roberson goes up for a catch. He is a legit threat to be ranked in the state's top 10.

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Cali. WR Jonathon Scott was also very impressive. His B2G team from Cali. was picked as the favorite, but they were eliminated early on Sunday.

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Quarterback Jesse Scroggins put his name on the map by by leading team Cali4 to the Championship. He throws a nice crisp ball.

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Texas A&M commit Jameill Showers showed his versatility by playing multiple positions on both sides of the ball.

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Colo. linebacker Danny Spond played pretty solidly on defense, but he also got some time in on the offensive side of the ball at quarterback.

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Cali. QB Peter Thomas threw a solid ball and may merit a little more attention on the recruiting trail.

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Team Texas/Colorado/Oklahoma had all of the talent in the world, but because of a lack of depth in the defensive backfield they just ran out of gas in the semis.


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