Breaking News: GenNexxt Class of 2020 Hot 200 Nationally Ranked Prospects with offer’s list.

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May 12,2016

Summer of 2015 Class of 2019 saw  Miami Gardens Chiefs Nayquan Wright, James Cook, along with Grayson Ram's Owen Pappoe were the first prospects to receive college offers. Judging by the success of those three prospects coming off their freshman campaign it’s safe to say the recruiters were spot on offering those prospects. While many have mixed emotions about middle school kids receiving college offers at a young age without proving anything on the High School level. The reality of the situation is that it’s a different era, Kids are training and performing on a higher level. With Technology growing rapidly we now have new unique resources at their disposal.  Kids are just more advanced than they were a decade ago. The most important benefit they have, is that’s advances  & advantage is Social Media, and Film. Social Media allows these young prospects to share their film and even go viral, which puts these young guys on recruiter’s radars a lot earlier. It’s the nature of the competitive beast that is college football recruiting, trying to get the leg up with prospect’s before every other college is recruiting him is just a tool of the trade. 

There has been silent whispers & complaints about ranking kids at a certain age. But these rankings are in no way saying this kid is better than that kid or vice versa. Our rankings are simply a spot were those kids measure at that point in time. and a solid recruiting footprint to help these elite prospects. Rankings are made to inspire motivation, to challenge the masses to reach their full potential. We want Athletes and Parents to take rankings and let it fuel your fire to be best player you can be, there are countless examples of player’s not even being ranked and are now NFL Pro Bowler’s. It’s up to that prospect to continue to keep that high ranking or tumble because of letting the ranking define them and stop working. One thing about being ranked high, is there is always an athlete at your heels with his work ethic in overdrive to overtake that spot. . My advice to all the youth ranked or not, always put your education 1st, stay humble & never get complacent. Last but not least never stop what you’re doing to get to the top just because your ranked at the top, there’s always someone coming for that spot. It’s not about where you start, it’s about where you finish. #LiveElite

If you thought Class of 2019 was special wait to you get a load of Class of 2020. Congratulations to Gennexxt the Class of 2020 National Hot 200 prospect rankings 15 kids receiving College offers, and another two locally ranked players who received offers.

Check out where they were ranked on the Hot 200# & the skinny on each prospect plus their offer list so far:

 

Generation Nexxt Class of 2020 Hot 200 Nationally ranked propects with offers.

1#. Harrison Bailey , QB ( 6”3-205 ) Hillgrove Hawks ( Ga )

Film :  http://www.hudl.com/athlete/4484417/highlights/292964376

College offers:

The skinny:

Bailey has the size right now to be a big time High school Quarterback and he isn’t even finished growing. He's a bright guy, who really has an advanced understanding of football for a youth football player. Arm strength is overrated unless a player doesn't have it. Bailey definitely has arm strength. But that's not what makes him a special prospect. That would be his accuracy and ball placement. Bailey also does a great job of using the right amount of velocity on each throw, putting it into tight windows, both horizontal and vertical, particularly over defenders in the second level.

2#. Andre Stringfield , Rb ( 5”7- 168 ) Tamiami Colts ( Fl )

Film:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_jxnpGoZX4

College Offers:

The Skinny:

Given his dominant youth football career and impressive skill set, it's no surprise running back Andre Stringfield is the 2# ranked player in the nation in GenNexXt Class of 2020 hot 200. Stringfield passes the eyeball test before you press you even see him in action on the field. He runs with authority, embracing his physicality as a between-the-tackles workhorse. Although he has the lateral quickness to evade tacklers, Andre often embraces contact. Stringfield is a tough back to tackle. His legs churn relentlessly, and he does an outstanding job of implementing his upper body, flashing stiff arms and violent shoulder thrusts without sacrificing ball security. Stringfield who looks like a magician at times with the number of would-be tacklers he makes miss he can seem bottled up & evades the initial tackler, shifts gears and show off his homerun speed. This kid is a beast with the total package special teams, passing game & dominate Rb. 

 

 

 

3#. Demon Clowney, De/Ath ( 6”6-180 ) South Maryland Heat Baltimore ( Md )

Film:  http://www.ncsasports.org/football-recruiting/dc/washington/st-john...

College offer:

The Skinny :

The explosion and snap quickness that Clowney displays is rare. On the field, he usually is the first guy out of his stance; he fires out low and is a play-starter rather than a play-reactor. He surges off the ball to get upfield and into an opponent's backfield, down after down. He has the ability to get violent in a hurry; it is almost unfair to tackles trying to block him. He doesn't always execute moves as cleanly as he should and can get tied up beating up his opponent rather than locating the ball. Yet Clowney does show great speed in. Clowney  is a very explosive athlete who is light on his feet. He shows great speed in long and short pursuit and can easily change direction to make a play. 

 

4#. Bryn Tucker, Ot ( 6”5-280 ) Harris Middle School ( Tn )

Film :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgDzqn0hs_Q

College offer :

The Skinny :

The first thing you look for when watching a player of Tucker stature is how much effort he puts into each play. It's easy to rely on natural strength and size at the youth football level when you're that large, but it also reveals an element of laziness. Tucker passes this test, displaying consistent effort and a sound fundamental approach. Tucker rarely allows his technique to slip, displaying excellent knee bend and quick hands. Tucker’s reach is really what separates him from other capable linemen in the 2020 class. He fires out of his stance off the snap and uses a powerful base to establish position at the point of attack. If he gets under a defensive lineman's shoulder pads, it's over. He uses power and, perhaps more importantly, a compact technique to drive his opponent off the line of scrimmage.

5#. Porter Rooks, Ath/Wr ( 6”1-182 ) Southwest Middle ( NC )

Film :  http://www.hudl.com/athlete/6822417/highlights/314493376

College Offers:

The Skinny:

Rooks shows very good hands and is capable of making spectacular catches. He adjusts well to poorly thrown balls. Flashes the ability to be dynamic route runner because of the way he can explode when he cuts. He can get to full speed in a hurry and is great at gaining separation. He’s a consistently great player after the catch. Can make people miss in the open field. It’s rare if he does not break or avoid the first tackle.Rooks can line up all over the field and is also a threat on jet sweeps as well as a return man.

 

8#. D.J Uiagalelei , Qb ( 6”4-230 ) St. John Bosco ( Ca )

Film:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flGF967AGM0

College offers:

The Skinny:

The first thing you'll notice about Uiagalelei is his size. At 6'4'', 230 pounds he literally towers over most youth football players on the field. Size will be his big advantage in High school football, as he'll be able to see over the line and spot coverage’s with ease, and it makes him much harder to take down—especially when he runs. He has a very strong arm, can take the snap from under center or in the shotgun and is able to move around the pocket and throw on the run. Because of his size, arm strength and technique as a thrower, it's easy to say that Uiagalelei has the potential to be a great High School football quarterback.

 

9#. Michael Robertson Jr., Wr ( 6”0-167 ) Savannah  Country Day School ( Ga )

Film :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QL6cc-fjG0

College offer:

The Skinny:

I like Michael Robertson Jr. because he's not an athlete who immediately jumps off the page with measurables and combine numbers. But to that good combination of size and speed, he adds quite a bit, and it really shows up on the field. Robertson is a solid route runner, and is able to get some separation on underneath and intermediate routes. Most impressive are Robertson hands and body control. Robertson makes a number of excellent catches in traffic and in the red zone by controlling his body, gaining the positioning advantage over the defender, timing his jump, and snatching the football aggressively with his hands, never letting the ball get into his chest plate. That's a set of skills that produces first downs, and in the red zone, touchdowns.

 

11#. Kendall Milton, Rb ( 6”1-183 ) Alta Sierra ( Ca)

Film :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xh3_25qeu-A

College Offers :

The Skinny:

Considered one of the top running back prospects to emerge from the youth school ranks this year, the most distinguishing feature of Milton’s game is his combination of size and speed. At nearly 6'1, Milton is on the tall side for a running back and is a lean but powerful 183 pounds. Milton has speed to break long runs to the outside -- he's not just a downhill, between-the-tackles runner. As a result, arm tackle attempts are not nearly enough at the youth level to bring down Milton, in part because he does a good job in traffic of getting low and behind his pads to present the smallest possible tackling surface, a key trait to possess for a tall running back. Whether low of high, it's extremely difficult to bring him down, a big part of the reason why he scored a touchdown roughly once every six touches in almost every game this past season.

 

 

12#. Jesus “Zeus” Machado, Olb/De ( 6”1-190 ) Champagnat Catholic ( Fl )

Film: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/6754816/highlights/316851447

College offers:

The Skinny:

Machado is really developing into a special player. He has excellent quickness off the football. He has the frame to eventually play at north of 215 pounds. He has great length to keep opposing blockers out of his chest plate. He has excellent lateral agility and the ability to have good balance, keeping a solid football position, which allows him to play blocks with power, even against much bigger defenders. I think he should play outside linebacker in a 3-4 defense, as it will allow him to rush the passer a lot, but also play in space.

 

19#. Dawson Ellington, Db ( 5”11-175 ) Woodward Academy (Ga)

Film :  http://www.hudl.com/athlete/4337650/highlights/297727376

College Offers:

The Skinny:

Ellington is one of the best cornerback recruits in the class of 2020. He has excellent size and good length, which is strongly desired in High School Football as defenses like to play a lot of press man-to-man coverage. Ellington is also very athletic. When watching film, it's easy to see which prospect’s get by on natural ability and which actually work at their craft. Ellington is clearly in the latter category. He's received good coaching and it shows up in his positioning and discipline. He is also an active run defender, delivering big hits, but also wrapping up when he tackles.

24#. Avante Williams, Db ( 6”0-171 ) Volusia Elite MG ( Fl )

Film : http://www.hudl.com/athlete/5678518/highlights/335017764

College offer :

The Skinny:

Williams has a long 6'0" frame that has good definition. He plays with rare instincts and awareness, as he is an intelligent player on the third level. Williams has great route-recognition skills, plus he doesn't allow himself to be manipulated by the eyes of quarterbacks during his backpedal. He displays outstanding transition quickness to shoot off his mark to get to the football. Williams doesn't take many false steps, thanks to being blessed with loose hips and quick feet. With his excellent speed, Williams plays with tremendous range. He can be left as a single-high safety, as he's capable of helping cornerbacks on either side. Williams also projects as a complete safety due to his willingness to make his presence felt by dropping the hammer on any receiver that crosses his path. He is not afraid to roll into the box to track running backs, plus he is a ferocious tackler in space.

 

33#. Chris Tyree, Rb/Ath ( 5”9-155 ) Cent Va. Hurricanes ( Va )

Film :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljQr99GcSDo

College Offers:

The Skinny:

Outstanding speed and quickness. Can stop/start on a dime. Very good lateral movement and vision at the line of scrimmage. Can accelerate in a hurry. Multiple miss runner in the open field. Good hands catching the ball out of the backfield. Can spring for a big play at any time. Tyree  has excellent speed, quickness and elusiveness and can make the big play at any given time and tough as nails for his frame. Tyree is a weapon both as a runner and receiver and would be a dynamite return man if need be.

 

36#. Drew Pyne, Qb ( 6”1-170 ) New Fairfield Falcons (CT)

Film : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2tcEe2CdV4

College Offers:

The Skinny:

Since the off season hit this Class of 2020 Quarterback has been on a lot college recruiters prospect list. There aren’t too many youth passers I’ve seen be as accurate as Pyne. His ball placement is exceptional most of the time and it allows for his receivers to make plays after the catch. He consistently gets the ball out on time. His mechanics are consistent and solid. He’s well balanced in the pocket and has a fairly quick release. In addition to showing good arm strength when he needs it, he also shows great touch, specifically on the deep ball and up the seam. He gives his receiver a chance to make a play and can place it in a spot where the defensive back is going to have difficulty getting his hands on it. I think he has the potential to be a future 5 star recruit at the next level and someone who can start fairly early when he gets to high school.

58#. Tee Webb, Qb ( 6”4-175 ) Cartersville Canes

Film :  http://www.hudl.com/athlete/3933950/highlights/307689426

College offers:

The Skinny:

The first thing you'll notice about Webb is his size. Frankly, he's hard to not notice. He stood at a very impressive 6'4'', 175 pounds as a 8th grader in middle school, mind you. As big as he is, he does have good speed. Webb has a cannon of a arm. He can be traditional pocket passer, he can stand tall in the pocket, plant his foot and throw a dart. Because of his playing style, you'll see him throwing a lot on the run as well. The ability to throw from out of the pocket is what separates the great quarterbacks from the good ones, With his size, intangibles, ability to run and his natural ability to throw out of the pocket, there's a very good chance Webb can be the next great state of Georgia quarterback.

70#. Mbiti Williams, Db/Ath ( 5”8-155 ) Archer Middle

Film :  http://www.hudl.com/athlete/4755301/highlights/335040445

College offers:

The Skinny:

Williams has good speed and natural power. He is aggressive in press coverage, has also shown the ability to turn and run after the initial press. Williams is an aggressive run defender and a big hitter. While he has great long speed, his short-area quickness and acceleration stand out. He could do well in a scheme that plays press coverage and blitzes on third downs, trying to force the ball out of the hands of the quarterback.

113#. Max Johnson, Qb ( 6”2-165 ) Prince Avenue Christian

Film :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAqbDvB3wzM

College Offers:

The Skinny:

Max Johnson son of former Fsu Great & Tampa Bay Super Bowl winning Qb Brad Johnson,  has all the tools that a Quarterback needs to be one of the best in High School. He has an absolute cannon of an arm as you can see in his highlight film. He has good vision down-field and does look for the long ball which complements his amazing arm strength. Johnson is fundamentally sound with his throwing motion. He is an efficient Quarterback and can throw accurately on the run, which is also the consequence of having down the fundamentals. He can throw off his back foot or moving laterally. A lot of this skill comes from his great arm strength, and it's also derived from his vision, as his eyes are constantly downfield, searching for a receiver to get open. I firmly believe that Johnson has all the intangibles and skills to be the next top notch quarterback in his family.

Unranked Prospects with College Offers

 

( Nr) Amin Hassan, Ath ( 5”6-150 ) Gulliver Prep. (Fl)

Film : https://youtu.be/RjN3j8vG7Vw

College offers: 

They Skinny:

You can learn a lot about Hassan' approach to the sport by reviewing his game on Youtube. There's a decisiveness to his rushing style that immediately makes him an intriguing prospect. Despite a lack of physical prowess, Hassan takes on tacklers at the line of scrimmage, ready to spring away with an arsenal of excellent lateral maneuvers. His go-to adjustment in the open field is a juke to the right side, which is compact and doesn't expose the football to defenders. He'll hesitate when he has to, before surging through a rushing lane at the second or third level. Once he finds daylight, the race is on. 

Hassan is most effective when taking a route toward his offensive tackle's outside shoulder. He's a one-cut-and-go back, well-suited to succeed in a zone read attack.

 

 

(NR) Anton Hall Jr. , Ath ( 5”7-155 ) Gulliver Prep. (Fl)

Film :   http://www.hudl.com/athlete/5028068/highlights/572c28278c15a50e9cb7...;

College offers:

The Skinny:

When you turn on Hall Hudl video, the first thing that stands out is his aggression. Many young gifted athletes are content to rely on their speed and can fall into a habit of playing finesse football. The man-to-man coverage instincts and physicality Hall displays would be enough to elevate him among some of the top prospects. He takes control at the line of scrimmage and maintains position with stride-for-stride smoothness that is truly special for a kid his age. He can play any position in the secondary, but strong or free safety is his ideal landing spot. Hall approaches the line with the velocity of a top-flight return man and the ferocity of a blitzing linebacker.

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