Badger Elite 7on7: Top Underclassmen

Scout.com takes a closer look at the top ten underclassmen at the Badger Elite 7on7 in Las Vegas...

Davonte Young (2013)
Running Back, Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco
Looks like the next big thing at St. John Bosco, and was outstanding both days for Alliance Sports.

Drew Wolitarsky (2013)
Receiver, Canyon Country (Calif.) Canyon
In the early rounds of the playoffs, was clutch for B2G in their run to the title.

Johnny Johnson (2013)
Defensive Back, Fresno (Calif.) San Joaquin Memorial
May have been the best defensive back, regardless of class, the entire weekend.

Josh Rosen (2015)
Quarterback, Alliance Sports
Still an eighth grader, was a big reason why Alliance Sports won their pool and had a decent run in the playoffs on a young team.

Kelly Hilinski (2013)
Quarterback, Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame
Didn't get to play with a particular team, and was part of a hodgepodge squad, but showed his talent and his arm throughout the weekend.

Khari McGee (2013)
Quarterback, Fresno (Calif.) Edison
A big part of the reason Deontay Greenberry looked so good all weekend was because McGee was placing so many of those throws right into his hands.

Malik Cyphers (2014)
Cornerback, Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne
Got his feet wet as an eighth grader last year, this year came back with more confidence and showed it all weekend.

Sebastian LaRue (2013)
Receiver, Orange (Calif.) Lutheran
Made plays at receiver and showed some very deceptive speed.

Talon Shumway
Receiver, Highland (Utah) Lone Peak
Played a big role in Utah's run to the semifinals as one of their primary receivers.

Trent Irwin (2015)
Receiver, B2G Sports
Another youngster, when teams tried to stop Gabriel Marks, the 8th grader made them pay.

Troy Williams (2013)
Quarterback, Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne
Was outstanding all weekend, playing with his high school team, and torched his Team 1925 All-Star teammates in a 28-0 rout.


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