B2G "A" Game Photo Report

In an Offense/Defense Battle, the participants in the B2G Elite Camp got to show their stuff in the 7th Annual A-Game. Here is a photo report on just a few of the standout players from Sunday's action, including UCLA-committed Raymond Carter, receiver Reggie Dunn and more...


Superman isn't due to hit the theaters until Wednesday, but Jamiihr Williams traveled from Lima, OH to give Hollywood a sneak preview. The Junior to be is definitely one to watch next year.


Marc Tyler is already committed to USC, and he's all Smiles at B2G


Here Tyler takes a swing pass and turns it upfield. While Tyler showed good quickness out there, one couldn't help but think that he would rather bury the defender in the open field as try to run around him.


This is what the business end of a "Rock Bottom" looks like as Jordan Campbell one arm slammed the running back to the ground.


Here Campbell tries a more conventional approach, trying to hem in speedy Reggie Dunn.


Michael Evans was tough in coverage, and he shows here why he was named Defensive MVP of the Camp.


Chris Rainey made the trip from Lakeland, Fla. to participate in the B2G Camp. Rainey is a running back by trade, but he projects as a wide receiver on the college level. He took the chance to get his first full time work at the position to get a crash course. The early reports from the B2G Coaches were that once Rainey focused, he was dynamite.


Here Rainey works a drill with the wide receivers, going up for a one handed grab.


Rainey didn't come all the way out to California to not have some fun. Rainey had a challenge race with Reggie Dunn, who some call "the fastest player in California". The unofficial report was that Rainey edged the California Speedster twice in the 40.


This is what the eyes of a 4.4 player look like when he sees the open field. Reggie Dunn lights up as he smells pay dirt.


And he wasn't to be denied. Dunn shows a little Superman action himself as he goes horizontal to score the clincher in the A-Game on Sunday.


While Marc Tyler's recent announcement has put him in the headlines recently, there are some in the state of California that would argue that Raymond Carter is the state's top back. Carter (pictured) did nothing to hurt his cause with a strong camp.


The argument for who is better can be waged on WeAreSC and BRO message boards. For now, let's enjoy a glimpse at the future of Bruin Football (Carter left) and Trojan Football (Tyler right).


Lance Mitchell has offers from the likes of Oregon State, Utah, Arizona State, and UNLV, and he showed he is worthy of those offers and many more this weekend including an interception here.


One of the more impressive big athletes in the country, Eric Brooks of Monrovia High School showed out well at the tight end position this weekend.


And all you got for you mom was a Mother's Day Card? Here Terrell Turner shows his tribute to his mother Sharie Turner with he names inked on the back of his arms. Turner is a player that might not be well known from Crenshaw yet... but just wait.


Milton Knox of Birmingham was all smiles after an ankle breaking move that sprung him free for a touchdown in the A-Game Sunday.


Will Chandler got a lot of support for A-Game MVP after kickstarting the offense with a slant pattern and then....


...Hauling in the Game's first Touchdown.


Zion Babb was one of the top overall performers.



Corbin Brown made the trip from Las Vegas, and he got the Defense on the board quickly today with an interception. The Junior to be was a standout at the Scout.com Combine as well.


Eugene Palmer goes up high for a catch during warmups.


Reggie Dunn was all smiles after being named Offensive MVP. He is pictured with B2G Co-Founder and Scout.com Combine Coach Ron Allen.


Crenshaw's Kemonte Bateman was named A-Game MVP after going to the hospital on Friday to take 10 stitches to his head.


Michael Evans of Carson was named defensive MVP


Omar Bolden of Colony was given the award for Most Improved.


Akeem Ayers was given an award as the Most Versatile player. An award that is very fitting for a player that draws attention no matter where he lines up.


After a weekend of a lot of fun and a lot of hard work, it was time to cut up a bit. The Camp MVPs show off their trophies together.


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