Vegas 7-on-7: The Hot 21 takes a look at the 21 best performers from the Las Vegas Badger/New Level 7-on-7, including quarterback Cody Kessler, receiver Victor Blackwell and running back Harvey Langi...

Michael Bercovici- MVP
Quarterback, Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft
Led his team, Team B2G, to the tournament title, and had an impressive 18 touchdowns on 19 drives at one point on the weekend.

Aaron Cantu
Quarterback, Montebello (Calif.) Schurr
Of all the quarterbacks on Day One, was probably the most consistent in the passing game for his squad.

Aaron Wallace
Safety, San Diego (Calif.) Rancho Bernardo
Physically, is really well put together, and the son of the former Oakland Raider could play receiver, tight end, linebacker or safety in college.

Cody Kessler
Quarterback, Bakersfield (Calif.) Centennial
Started slowly on Saturday, but by Sunday, showed why he was the top quarterback prospect at the tournament, flashing his strong arm.

DeAnthony Thomas
Running Back, Los Angeles (Calif.) Crenshaw
The nation's top prospect played receiver, running back and defensive back for Team Cathedral, and did what he always does: make plays. 

Devin Lucien
Receiver, Encino (Calif.) Crespi
Teamed with Pomee to give Cantu one of the best WR tandems to work with during the weekend.  Has excellent hands and is a big, physical player.

George Atkinson
Safety, Livermore (Calif.) Granada
Probably was the best looking defensive back there.  The two-way star looks like he projects better to safety at the next level, with good range, size and speed.

Harvey Langi
Running Back, South Jordan (Utah) Bingham
Helped his team to the finals, and might have won MVP of the tournament had they won.  Did a little bit of everything for Team Utah 1.

Jake Bainton
Linebacker/Receiver, Renton (Wash.) Liberty
Made plays at receiver and at linebacker and showed some very deceptive speed.

Jemond Hazely
Receiver, Corona (Calif.) Santiago
He and Eubank teamed up to lead their team to the semis, and he had one of the catches of the weekend, a one hander cradling the sideline.

Jordan Perkins
Running Back, Lodi (Calif.)
One of the top running backs there, Perkins has great hands out of the backfield and good moves in the open field.

Junior Pomee
Receiver, Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde
Might have had the best weekend of any receiver there, using his big size (6-4, 215), to out muscle just about every defensive back trying to cover him.

Kendall Brock
Running Back, Fresno (Calif.) Clovis West
Was Team Central Cali's primary offensive weapon, catching everything thrown his way in traffic, and using his excellent speed to get past defenders.

Manoa Pikula
Linebacker, South Jordan (Utah) Bingham
Anchored Team Utah 1 defensively, the future BYU Cougar showed excellent coverage skills and wasn't afraid to get physical.

Matthew Lyons
Linebacker, Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey
Was one of the defensive leaders for Team B2G, helped the defense shut down their opponents on Sunday en route to the title.

Michael Eubank
Quarterback, Corona (Calif.) Centennial
Heated up on Sunday and helped his team to the semifinals.  Showed great touch, arm strength and precision.

Michael Thomas
Receiver, Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft
Was at his best on Saturday, setting the tone early for Team 1925 with some clutch catches in traffic.

Shaquille Moseley
Linebacker, Fresno (Calif.) Edison
Was the best defensive performer for Team Central Cali, showing excellent coverage skills and quickness to the ball. 

Stefan Cantwell
Quarterback, South Jordan (Utah) Bingham
Very efficient and poised in leading Team Utah 1 to the finals and almost pulled off the win in the end.  Cantwell showed great accuracy through out.

Thierry Nguema
Cornerback, Corona (Calif.) Santiago
Locked down a host of stellar receivers in his pool and performed the best of any of Team B2G's corners.

Victor Blackwell
Receiver, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
Slowed by a hamstring injury on Saturday, Blackwell returned on Sunday to give Team 1925 a boost on offense with his routes, catches and playmaking ability.

Honorable Mention
Salem (Ore.) West Salem QB Brett Smith, Vacaville (Calif.) Will C. Wood CB Brian Clay, Huntington Beach (Calif.) Hendrson (Nev.) Liberty WR Christopher Smith, Edison S Davion Orphey, Fontana (Calif.) Kaiser S Desman Carter, Renton (Wash.) Lindbergh S Diondre Toms, Fontana (Calif.) Kaiser WR Dwayne Brown, Beverly Hills (Calif.) TE Greg Townsend, Livermore (Calif.) Granada CB Josh Atkinson, Long Beach (Calif.) Poly CB Kameron Jackson, San Jose (Calif.) Archbishop Mitty QB Kyle Boehm, Eugene (Ore.) Marist LB Logan Mayes, Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei QB Max Wittek, Westlake (Calif.) WR Nelson Spruce, Tacoma (Wash.) Curtis WR Rahmel Dockery, Thousand Oaks (Calif.) WR Richard Mullaney, San Jose (Calif.) Bellarmine Prep WR Rufus Wolokolie, Fresno (Calif.) Hoover CB Tevin Ivy, Harding (Conn.) LB Todd Hunt, Renton (Wash.) Liberty QB Trey Wheeler, Provo (Utah) Timpview WR Zach Van Leeuwen

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