By Jerry Williamson
IVES ESTATE -- The Event 7-on-7 Tournament powered by Red Zone Athletics held at Ives Estate Park on Saturday and Generation Nexxt was there to take in the action over the 6 ½ hours and compiled an All-Generation Nexxt 7v7 offensive and defensive team that featured the top 25 performers.
15U Division - South Miami Grey Ghost
13U Division - Team No Excuses
11U Division - Team Savage
9U Division - Tacolcy Red Raiders
7U Davison - South Miami Grey Ghost
Cecil Stone - PPO Bengals Skinny: Cecil, the QB MVP, is a passer with a strong arm and a quick release. He was able to fit balls into tight windows and did an excellent job reading defenses. He displayed a nice arc on a few deep balls and he showed a nice combination of arm strength and touch. He and Jordan Lyle connected twice in the championship game against Miramar Wolverines.
Taron "Tyger" Dickens - Miramar Wolverines
Zion Paret - Tacolcy Red Raiders
Nick Viatitto - Ft. Lauderdale Hurricanes
Malik Rutherford - Mater Academy Skinny: Malik, the RB MVP, showed a nice combination of size, explosion and speed in getting down the field, and he was consistently open. He got off the line of scrimmage well and got into and out of is breaks cleanly. He competed well and was physical when he needed to be. When projecting him on the high school level, slot or cornerback could be a future home. Scored multiple touchdowns out the backfield.
Camari Hall - Miramar Wolverines
Jaden Outar - Gulliver Prep
Jacorey Brooks Jr. - Overtown Tornadoes Jacorey, the WR MVP, is literally a man amongst boys. He stands 6-foot-2 3/4, 180-pounds who's only an eighth-grader and dominated the 15U division. His last notable event was playing in the Miami Dolphins Dade vs. Broward All-Stars Game scoring on offense and defense. He's a future high school All-American.
Jordan Lyle - PPO Bengals
Ahmere Foster - Palmetto Raiders
Rashard Davis Jr., - Team No Excuses
Sedrick Irvin Jr - Westminister Christian
Keywone Jenkins - PPO Bengals
Isaiah Mercado - Miramar Wolverines
Miles Heard - Tamarac Cougars
Sirr Daye - Everglades Prep (High School) Sirr, the LB MVP, who's an eighth-grade varsity starter, is versatile. He plays primarily running back at Everglades Prep, but he played linebacker for Nightmare (Varsity 7v7 HS All-Star Team) and ran well sideline to sideline. He also showed good change of direction, and caught an interception in the finals vs. South Florida Express.
Demitrius Tate - Miramar Wolverines
Christian Cramer - S. F. Youth Bengals
Trevon Mizell, the DB MVP, football IQ is beyond his age. His coverage skills in both man and zone were outstanding. He always appeared in the right place and hauled in multiple interceptions.
Edward Bandy - Palmetto Raiders
Dorron Cornelius - Miramar Wolverines
Jordan Lewis - Miramar Wolverines
Santana Fleming - S. F. Youth Bengals
George Harris - South Miami
Brandon Inniss - PPO Bengals Brandon, thd Athlete MVP, made plays on both offense and defense. Each game the opposing team knew he would be the go to guy, but still couldn't defend the fearless, smooth and strong handed wide receiver. He made it nearly impossible throwing over the top in his area at defensive back.
Edwin Joseph - Tamarac Cougars
Corey Goldsby - Davie Broncos
Joshua Towson - Palmetto Raiders
CJ Brown - Miramar Wolverines
Honorable Mentions: Keno Dempsey Jr., Cenard Bennett, Dorron Cornelius, Jaden Williams, Vincent Shavers, Nathan McBridge, Dylan Vickerson, A.J. Arellano, Florentino Lopez, Collin Hurst, Omarie Owens, Kenneth Ervin Jr.