Nike 7on7 at Miramar

The Nike 7 on 7 Tournament in Miramar brought out plenty of speed with teams like Miami Northwestern and Glades Central showing up. Offenses once again stole the show on another hot summer day in South Florida.

Offensive Standouts

Jacoby Brissett QB 6'4'' 225 Sr. Dwyer

Brissett has been all over the country this summer between football and basketball. He's highly recruited in both sports and has a big decision to make at the next level. He showed nice touch on the ball today, but could still use some help with his footwork. He has a great compliment of receivers, especially Nick O'Leary.

Tommy Lee Lewis WR 5'10'' 170 Sr. Dwyer

Its not often that a player runs away from the Glades Central defense, but Lewis did it multiple times today. His route running ability and quick first step made him a problem for defenses throughout the tournament.

Jesse York WR 6'0'' 170 Sr. Boyd Anderson

York was the offensive standout on the Boyd Anderson squad today. He runs crisp routes and has dependable hands. He projects well as a slot receiver at the next level and has had an impressive summer during these 7 on 7's.

Omar McBean WR 6'2'' 184 Sr. Flannigan

McBean was the offense for the Flannigan team; he's got great hands and a nice burst off the line. I was impressed with his leaping ability and focus on the ball, usually coming down with it. He's got the body to add 20 pounds at the next level without sacrificing his speed.

Dominique Rhymes WR 6'3'' 205 Sr. Miami Northwestern

Rhymes is a lanky receiver, but showed a lot of skills for only being a first year player. His size and speed are good, but it's his coordination coming from the basketball court that will help him the most this season. He's definitely one to watch this fall.

Kelvin Benjamin WR 6'6'' 210 Sr. Glades Central

Benjamin is a man amongst boys during tournaments like this. Evan with some of the state's top corners lining up against him he still catches the ball. His size and hands make him an excellent target for any quarterback. He needs to work on his speed off the line and selling his routes more, but has a high ceiling. There has also been talk of him becoming a tight end at the next level, a move that could be very beneficial for Benjamin if he's in the right system.

Davonte Allen WR 6'2'' 193 Sr. Glades Central

Allen is just one of many weapons on the Glades Central squad. He's got great speed and matched that with his pass catching ability. He plays some safety as well, but I think at the next level he'll be on the offensive side of the ball.

Jamie Wilson WR 6'1'' 185 Jr. Glades Central

Wilson had an impressive showing today opposite of Benjamin. His speed and ability to separate from the defense make him a whole new problem for defenses. He catches everything thrown his way and rarely has a drop, and he's only a junior.

Jaqavein Oliver WR 6'1'' 175 Sr. Glades Central Oliver is the beneficiary of Benjamin running deep routes and clearing out space. Several times he ran delayed routes across the middle snatching the ball as he ran away from his opposing corner. He's got dependable hands, a quick first step, and a knack for getting separation.

Defensive Standouts

Amos Leggett DB 5'11'' 175 Jr. Booker T. Washington

Leggett is a tough player all around. He has no problem jamming receivers at the line and has the speed to stay right with them down the sidelines. I can see him becoming a lock down corner at the next level, and I think he'll be highly sought after next season.

Brandon Butler DB 6'0'' 175 Jr. Boyd Anderson

Butler showed some excellent instincts today. He has great anticipation and speed while breaking for the ball. He's still young and tends to gamble at times, but with another season under his belt expect to see him become a very good safety.

James Davis DB 5'11'' 180 Sr. Miami Northwestern

Davis has great coverage skills and showed good awareness. He has the ability to play either safety or corner at the next level. He's got a great burst of speed allowing him to keep up with almost every receiver he faced today. He was a real play maker today.

Jermaine Reve DB 6'0'' 180 Sr. Miami Northwestern

Reve is a ball hawking defensive back that flies across the field. He's improved his coverage skills and already has a knack for knocking down passes and being in the right place at the right time on defense. He's currently a UCF commit.


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