Badger Elite 7on7: Vegas 21 picks the top 21 performers at the Las Vegas Badger Elite 7on7 tournament, headed by MVP Gabriel Marks from Venice (Calif.)...

Gabriel Marks, MVP
Receiver, Venice (Calif.)
Led his team, Team B2G, to the tournament title for the second straight year, and had an impressive 12 touchdown receptions on the weekend

Austin Lee
Defensive Back, Sandy (Utah) Alta
The anchor for Utah #1's defense in their run to the semifinals, Lee was stellar especially on Day One.

Bryce Treggs
Receiver, Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco
Showed why he's one of the premier receivers in the West, with his crisp route running, excellent hands and ability to get separation.

Cedric Dozier
Athlete, Lakewood (Wash.) Lakes
Two-way athlete was the best performer on Team Washington and helped them to a quarterfinal berth, making his biggest presence on offense.

Chris Harper
Receiver, Encino (Calif.) Crespi
With most defenses geared towards stopping Treggs and Payton, Harper benefited greatly becoming 1925's third receiver and had two touchdowns in the championship game. 

Dalis Bruce
Cornerback, Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista
In the evening session on Saturday night, Bruce was the best performer of any defensive back, with numerous picks and pass breakups.

Darreus Rogers
Receiver, Carson (Calif.)
The big, physical Rogers was nearly impossible for corners to jam and showed his big play ability on numerous occasions.

Deontay Greenberry
Receiver, Fresno (Calif.) Washington Union
Though team didn't advance past the quarterfinals, nobody was more electric the entire weekend, on offense or defense, then Greenberry.

Desmond Lewis
Cornerback, Elk Grove (Calif.) Pleasant Grove
Consistently drew the opponents top receiver and more than held his own switching between Payton and Treggs in Day One action.

Ishmael Adams
Cornerback, Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian
Was the top defensive back for Team 1925 and was excellent in their run through the playoffs.

Jalen Cope-Fitzpatrick
Tight End, Rocklin (Calif.) Whitney
The top tight end at the tournament, Cope-Fitzpatrick shook off a slow start on Saturday to become a key part of B2G's second straight title.

Jeff Lindquist
Quarterback, Mercer Island (Wash.)
Was arguably the most consistent quarterback of any of the 34 teams' passer and nearly knocked off B2G in the quarterfinals.

Jeremiah Allison
Linebacker, Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey
Showed that the transition to linebacker should be easy for the natural defensive end, and he was the best linebacker performer in Vegas.

Jeremy Castro
Linebacker, Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta
Like Allison, Castro is a defensive end by trade, but he played linebacker in Vegas and at 6-2, 240, showed that he could play backer, and play it well.

Jordan Payton
Receiver, Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian
Like a year ago, Payton was the master of the big play, and came up huge on numerous occasions on Sunday's run to the finals.

Kendrick Mathis
Safety, Ventura (Calif.) Buena
A revelation in Big Picture Athletic's surprising run through pool play, no safety had a better weekend across the board than Mathis.

L.J. Moore
Safety, Fresno (Calif.) Central
Moore could make a good case for that as well, with a strong opening day when teams tried to avoid passing to Greenberry's side.

Marc Evans
Quarterback, Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure
Came up clutch when his team needed him most, helping B2G to the tournament title with a last-second touchdown pass to force overtime. Played within himself and didn't force things.

Mike Davison
Running Back, Encino (Calif.) Crespi
After Greenberry, Davison was probably the next  most electric player there, but the diminutive one they called "Mike-Mike" broke more than a few ankles with his ability to cut.

Rhett Bird
Quarterback, Mt. Pleasant (Utah). North Sanpete
Unheralded coming in, Bird was the best quarterback on Day One and helped Utah to the semifinals.

Robert Lewis
Running Back, South Gate (Calif.) South East
Another waterbug who is explosive in the open field, Lewis was a big reason that B2G won it again.

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