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Future Stars Game 7th Grade Florida Vs Georgia Live Stream OR

Future Stars Game 7th Grade Florida Vs Georgia Live Stream OR

Future Stars Game 7th Grade Florida Vs Georgia Live Stream

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All of the action will be live as the 2018 NFHS 7th Grade Florida Preps football and 7th Grade Georgia Preps football games start at noon kick-offs. Watch the live stream on ESPN3 with live look-ins on ESPN2 and WatchESPN.

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grade roster is the linebackers by far. With seven of them making the roster any combination of them will certainly be dangerous, but the star of the defense—and perhaps the whole team—is Abraham Alce. Alce is a two-time Eastbay Youth All-American and one of top football players in the country for the class of 2018. At 6’0 and 200 pounds, Alce can move sideline to sideline and delivers some of the hits you could ask for. He plays behind his pads, has great natural instincts and his read and react skills are second to none. Also at linebacker is Marlon Pelote who helped lead his Overton Tornadoes to a D1 Midget Pop Warner national championship during his youth career. At 5’9 and 170 pounds he’s extremely quick and gets to the ball carrier in a straight line, helping him to average 10 tackles per game this season. Two other linebackers who impressed during tryouts and on film are Jarvis Hanks at 5’9 and 192 pounds and Calvin Hart Jr. at 6’0 and 168 pounds. Hanks is a bruiser and Hart Jr. is a more finesse linebacker and while their styles may be different, they are both effective players.

The talent level in the backfield certainly doesn’t drop off at all with 2014 Eastbay Youth All-American running back Samuel Llewellyn appearing to be the starter on paper. Llewellyn is a special player that will have the Georgia defense running for cover when all 5’9, 190 pounds of him hits the hole. Llewellyn is very fast and so physically developed that it looks like he could start on most high school varsity teams in the country right now. Behind Llewellyn is a very reliable stable of running backs in Shannardo Houston, Tyrese Jackson, Ladorian Scott and Willie Stewart. It’s hard to pick out which one of the backs will step up and flourish, but Houston has all the physical tools to be a big time player on the high school level after injuries slowed him this past season. Houston measured in at 5’8, 186 pounds and ran the fastest 40-yard dash time of all players in the Future Stars game this year with a 4.65. (Source: youth1.com)

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Leading the way is defensive lineman Nikolas Bonitto who stands 6’3 and 184 pounds. Bonitto played on his high school’s varsity team this year flourished making a big name for himself in Florida high school football. Bonitto is also an accomplished basketball player who is ranked among the top 2018 players in the country on the hardwood as well. At the other defensive end position look for 6’1, 177 pound Jamain Lovett to make his presence felt from a pass rushing prospective. Lovett could play a number of positions because of his pure athleticism, but expect him to use his speed and quickness against a much bigger Georgia offensive line. Wrapping up the defensive front, Florida’s biggest lineman is Sherron Chester at 6’0 and 200 pounds. Chester has good size and has a few very good pass rushing moves as a defensive tackle. His first step is quick and he uses his hands well, which should be important to keep the big Georgia linemen from getting into his body.

Those talented quarterbacks mentioned above will also have their pick of weapons to throw the ball to on the outside with some truly special receivers and tight ends. Cajuan Smith (6’3, 171 lbs.) looks like he could be a number one receiver at a major SEC program in a few years and could emerge as the favorite target of the quarterbacks on the roster. Two other receivers who look as if they could be difference makers are Jeremy Trebbles and Zahir Turner. Trebbles, who made the Future Stars team as a defensive back last year, plays with a swagger and toughness about him that makes him appear much bigger than 5’9 and 147 pounds. Turner is a speedster that uses his quickness to get open and may have an advantage after playing with Chatarius Atwell during the regular season. At the tight end position the only natural tight end on the roster is an elite one in Herman McCray. McCray is a big body at 6’4 and 175 pounds that looks like he should be playing college football in a few years. As is the case with a lot of youth football receivers and tight ends, McCray wasn’t utilized to his potential throughout the last few seasons but look for him to turn it up on the high school level. (Source: youth1.com)

 

 

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