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Houston, Texas (Fort Bend Christian Academy)
Not only will Houston be the host site of the 51st NFL Super Bowl, it will also play host 8 of the top 7on7 programs in the country.
Roman 8:28 out of Killeen, Texas is the early favorite as they look to build on their 2016 national championship runner-up campaign. With a talented group returning from last years team, Roman 8:82 has the potential to continue their dominance on the circuit.
Also keep an eye on the True Buzz All Stars out of Dallas, Texas. True Buzz also finished the 2016 season in the National Top 25 and returns a host of young talent. Led on offense by Jaylon Robinson, a Texas Tech commit and on defense by Scout Top 300 prospect Jarell Cherry, who is athletic enough to ply OLB in 7on7 action. True Buzz has the talent to compete with anyone in the country.
GoonSquad led by under the radar QB D.J. Williams from Dallas (Texas) Madison, who has a live arm. If he can be consistent with his decision making, GoonSquad can sneak up on some people as the dark horse. They also have a big time play maker on defense in 6-foot-1 Mansfield (Texas) Lake Ridge DB Trejon Hugue.
Nashville, Tenn. (Tennessee State)
In what looks to be one of the most loaded events in the country, the defending nationals champions, Adidas Boom out of Chicago, IL, will have its work cut out for them as everyone is gunning for the top spot. Boom will use a two-headed monster at the helm with three-year starter Drake Davis and Wisconsin commit Ben Bryant. And if that doesn't scare opponents, they are throwing the ball to 6-foot-5 phenom WR Micah Jones.
But before we just give the trophy to last year's defending champs we must mention Pro Impact, Central Florida Allstars, Southern Express and ESA Flight.
Pro Impact is arguably the most talented team in the tournament and boasts a roster that college coaches dream about. CB Tyreke Johnson, TE Will Mallory, WR Jermaine Eskridge and Florida State CB commit Isaiah Bolden and QB Joey Gatewood and are just a sampling of the who's who Pro Impact names nationals on recruiting radars.
ESA Flight out of St. Louis, Mo., is the tournament defending champ and are prepared to defend their crown. Scout Top 100 WR Kamryn Babb and WR Cameron Brown are two of the more highly recruited athletes not only in the event but the entire country. With all the talk about Boom and Pro Impact, ESA Flight will be playing with a chip on their shoulder, you can never count that type of passion.
Others to watch are the Central Florida All Stars and the Southern Express.
CFA QB Joe Milton, who holds multiple offers, is surrounded by talent. His main targets will be WR Johnny Fritz who is currently a Kentucky lean and WR Jarvis Ware.
The Southern Express rounds out the group of early contenders. Delineate Evans, Seth Williams, Tyrese Heard, Antonio Heard, Eric Gray, and C.D. Daniels are the guys looking to shock the world.
This tournament will be a dog fight!
Los Angeles, Calif. (Pacific Palisades High School)
The sun will come out when the dust settles at Pacific Palisades High School. Early favorites vying for top billing and the coveted National Championship invitation are national powers Ground Zero and EAT; both out of the Inland Empire.
Ground Zero is known for getting their athletes to college and look to continue that mission with roster they have. QB Bryce Young, S Jaiden Woodbey, CB Olaijah Griffin, QB David Baldwin, and LBs Jack Lamb and Brennan Jackson are all national recruits. Ground Zero has won more tournaments in recents years than any other club team on the west coast but EAT will not just lay down. Ground Zero is a cross town rival and pride is on the line. QB Jeremy Moussa, who currently hold sjust one offer, looks to explode on the scene with strong performances on the Pylon 7on7 circuit.
Another prospect to watch is class of 2020 WR Eren East of Long Beach Poly. Playing this weekend with Westlake, the 5’8 water bug looks to turn heads.