This 7-on-7 season was full of exciting play and impressive athletes. People might say 7-on-7 play isn’t real football. Well the offers that come out of them are surely real.
A lot of these guys were able to raise their stock this off-season after a most unusual year of recruiting in 2020.
For some this 7-on-7 season was a saving grace for those who had shortened seasons and may have not been able to showcase all of their skills during the regular season.
Jordan Hudson (22) | 6’1″ 180 | Garland
Jordan was a beast every time I saw him in person and he just looked better than everybody else on the field. The Sooners commit has a bright future in college and beyond. He has an athletic lean build and will only get bigger, and faster in college.
Randy “Bobo” Masters | 6’1″ 175 | Shadow Creek
Randy was another who was super impressive during the regular season and this offseason during 7v7 play. He has lethal speed and comes in and out of routes like no other. Just has a knack for getting open. A special receiver who has some big-time offers including one from the Oregon Ducks who experts say Bobo is high on.
Jaydon Blue (22) | 5’11” 205 | Klein Cain
Now all Jaydon is not a receiver but during the 7v7 season he was lined up on the outside working in his route running skills and I have to say he was very impressive. I don’t think future Texas running back will have any trouble catching passes out of the backfield for the Longhorns. I think we will be hearing his name a lot called over the loudspeaker.
Anthony Evans III (23) | 6’0″ 160 | Judson
The Judson receiver was impressive, to say the least, this offseason after a productive sophomore season. He’s picked up a bit of offer this year and some could say, his ability he showcased this 7v7 season confirmed Anthony was a receiver is a real deal. He’s got blazing speed, an amazing route runner, and the softest hands. I love his ability to go up and fight for those contested passes and come down with them.
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Reginald “Jack” Stewart (22) | 6’4″ 205 | East Central
Huge hidden gem of an athlete. Being playing basketball longer than he has football but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t beast out there on the football field. A huge underrated receiver who is large at 6’4″, I love his size, his ability to climb the later and route running was super impressive for a guy who hasn’t played football his entire life. I think after a good senior year season he will have his choice of schools to go to.
Aiden Insta Rodriguez (22) | 5’7″ 145 | Brandeis
Aiden is very undersized as a receiver and as a DB however, this guy can ball. He can climb the latter and. Has an impressive vertical that makes up for his height. I loved his route running ability and ability to make plays on both sides of the ball this offseason
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Other Honorable Mentions
Andre Thompson – Manvel HS
Kaleb Black – Klein Oak
Jaydon Johnson – Fort Bend Marshall
Ky Woods – Clear Springs HS
Sidney Mbanasor- Pflugerville HS
Caleb Douglas – Hightower
Joshua Best – Shadow Creek
Well, why these are only just a few names we had time for today. We aren’t done yet and will probably come back to this list once or twice before next week comes. Stay tuned.