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(Youth1 Football) – The Elite 101 is finally here! It’s been quite the impressive year for youth football, and Youth1 has been highlighting the top performers from all-star events and camps across the nation. We’ve seen amazing talent. We’ve recognized playmakers. We’ve identified the top performers. Now it’s time to unveil the best-of-the-best.

Since the open nomination process began in January, Elite 101 has drawn over a thousand nominations from all over North America, including at least one nomination from every state in the United States and several provinces in Canada. The Youth1 staff has also spoken with scouts or visited camps and clinics in over 30 states, getting firsthand accounts of the talent in that particular state.

Now without further adieu here is the final installment of the Elite 101 where we highlight the top 25 youth football players in the entire country.



Rank Athlete Analysis
Elite101FB-25 Bourdoue.Javhari

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Javhari Bourdeau
RB
Florida

Florida running back Javhari Bourdeau has a knack for making big plays and simply getting into the end zone.  Bourdeau had a tremendous 2012 season for the Pasadena Panthers’ 120 pound team, leading them in touchdowns and helping them earn the distinction of Generation Nexxt’s Comeback Team of the Year.  Bourdeau was also selected as Generation Nexxt‘s Most Outstanding 12 year old player and Overall Top Player in 2012.  When trying to describe Bourdeau’s game the first word that comes to mind is slippery.  Just when you think he’s wrapped up, he has an innate ability to wiggle out of a tackle or slide by would-be tacklers. Bourdeau isn’t the most patient runner in the country, but he’s an instinctual runner with excellent vision and balance. Furthermore, Bourdeau is a track runner who has the athletic ability to run a variety of events, including the 100 meter and the 800 meter.
 
Elite101FB-24 DeVito.Tommy

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Tommy DeVito
QB
New Jersey

Quarterbacks are supposed to be the leaders of the huddle and the ones to will their team to victory and you can’t have that without having some guts—and that’s what DeVito has. The northern New Jersey product simply has the “it” factor and the moxy to lead a team to victory. An ultra competitive youth quarterback, he has the promising size standing 5’10 and weighing 150 pounds. He stands in the pocket with good posture and presence and he almost seems even taller than he already is. Along with his height, he has big hands which aid in him having a very smooth throwing motion and a beautiful deep ball.
 
Elite101FB-48 Hamler.Kahlee2

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Kahlee Hamler
WR
Michigan

A valued member of the Pontiac Panthers varsity football team, Hamler has worked hard to become one of the more elite youth football players in North America.  Not blessed with the size and strength of many other players on the list, Hamler is only 5’4” but he has simply dazzled scouts and coaches when given the chance.  Following his 2011 season, Hamler was selected to the Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl. This summer, Hamler was one of the top receivers at FBU Top Gun, where he literally ran circles around defensive backs.  The Clifford Smart Elementary School student is the best route runner in the county in my opinion and is also very sure handed. Hamler’s most dangerous with double moves; he almost always gets defensive backs to commit one way or another and then flies past them. He gets in-and-out of his breaks so well that you can see him creating separation on shorter to mid-range routes in addition to routes that take longer to develop.
 
Elite101FB-47 Brown-Nixon.Aaron-2

Highlights
Aaron Brown-Nixon
RB
Texas

If you want to talk about elite speed, look no further than Aaron Brown-Nixon of Austin, Texas. Brown-Nixon made a major splash last season in the Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl when the talented youth running back was the leading rusher for the West team in a hard fought losing effort. In 2010 he set a national record in the 100 meter dash and currently is ranked 12th in the country in the 200 meter dash as a track star. On the gridiron he has the ability to run between the tackles with power and the speed to bounce it outside and go the distance. He’s a decisive runner who doesn’t try and dance around too much—he simply makes one or two cuts and turns up field.
 
Elite101FB-46 Draper.Levi-2

Highlights
Levi Draper
LB
Oklahoma

Playing in the biggest youth football conference in Oklahoma, Draper impressed and was named to the 2012 Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl as a linebacker for the west squad. Since that game in January, Draper has grown into a 5’10 and 162 pound tackling machine who will obliterate his 87 total tackles and six interceptions from a season ago. Draper won the overall defensive MVP at Top Gun in July and has evolved into a coverage linebacker who does a lot of things right. He is a very rangy linebacker that moves with ease and has top notch coverage skills which has some people projecting him to a safety. He’s going to continue to add a lot of good weight and muscle in the years to come, but the frame work for an elite linebacker is already there.
 
Elite101FB-20 Booth.Alonzo

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Alonzo Booth
LB
Ohio

Booth is a powerful young man who has an extremely thick and muscular build for an athlete this young. At 5’11 and 200 pounds Booth wastes little time getting to where he’s going. He plays running back on the offensive side of the ball with a bruising mentality that clearly shows his inner linebacker coming through. Booth, a resident of Winchester, Ohio, was a standout member of what Erik Richards called “the best group of 7th grade linebackers we’ve ever had” in the 2012 Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl. Booth is a natural hitter, moves quickly off the ball and knows how to play behind his pads to make the biggest impact possible.
 
Elite101FB-19 Brown.Kylen

Highlights
Kylen Brown
ATH
Alabama

There might not be a youth player with more raw talent and ability in the country than Alabama’s Kylen Brown. Brown, who astonishingly just wrapped up his first year of ever playing football has absolutely everything you’d want in a football player. At 6’1 and 160 pounds, Brown runs a verified 4.6 forty and 4.18 shuttle making him one of the quickest athletes in the country. You can take one look at Brown and tell he’s an incredibly gifted athlete and last year’s All-Metro selection is probably just the start for this young man. As one of the most explosive players in the country, he can score any time he touches the ball no matter where he lines up. With his ability to just kick it into another gear, I project he’ll end up as a receiver with a similar playing style to NFL All-Pro Randy Moss. A bold prediction for such a young athlete, but he has the potential to be legendary.
 
Elite101FB-18 Anderson.KJ.2

Highlights

KJ Anderson
DB
Georgia

Anderson is an athletic specimen that has the combination of size and speed necessary to completely shut down an opposing team’s best receiver.  At 5’11 and 148 pounds, he had a strong showing in the Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl last January, but took it to a whole other level this July at Top Gun. At the elite camp, I likened him to a Boa Constrictor snake because he's very long, wraps up receivers and doesn't let them go or let the ball get to them.  He reminds me of a much more physical version of current New York Jet Antonio Cromartie; he can jam receivers at the line and force them out of bounds, or he can turn and run with them.  He currently plays corner where he shows tremendous tackling ability and manhandles receivers, but as he continues to grow, he could transition into a safety because of his tremendous range on the field.
 
Elite101FB-17 Clark.Danny-2

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Danny Clark
QB
Ohio

The city of Massillon, Ohio is synonymous with football greatness. At last count 23 professional players, 3 NFL coaches, and 14 collegiate all-Americans call the city home—and Danny Clark could possibly be next. Entering the 8th grade at 6’3 and 190 lbs., Clark already has the size many college programs are looking for and his ability isn’t too far off either. Last season he recorded 32 total touchdowns with 24 coming through the air and for his play was selected to the 2012 Junior Academic All-American Game. Clark has no issues seeing down the field or over the line of scrimmage but knows how and when to run scramble to keep a play alive with his 4.9 forty time.
 
Elite101FB-16 Hill.Lavert

Highlights

Lavert Hill
WR
Michigan

Lavert Hill has earned the nickname of Mr. Big Play because that’s what he seems to do every time you hear his name.  One of three athletes from the 2011-2012 Eastside Tigers B team to make the Elite101 list, Hill is a big target who can really stretch the field in the passing game.  With a skill set comparable to NFL Hall of Famer Michael Irvin, Hill made the championship game of the Detroit PAL his personal highlight reel, scoring three touchdowns on the turf at Ford Field to help his team claim the championship. He has very good speed for a bigger receiver and, once he begins weight training, he will become even bigger and faster.  
 
Elite101FB-15 Cunningham.Rajan

Highlights
Rajan Cunningham
RB
Texas

On the football field, Cunningham doesn’t have some of the national notoriety that other athletes do but if you take one look at him in person or on film and you’ll understand why he’s on this list. He’s a smaller back at 5’7 and 140 pounds but his 4.6 forty speed makes him one of the most elusive and athletic backs in the country. A nationally ranked triple jumper in the Junior Olympics, Cunningham is a speed demon, who can score on offense, defense or special teams.   What makes Cunningham so dangerous is his ability to make something out of nothing; he only needs the smallest of seams to burst through for a big play. Out of everyone on this list, watching him play is most like watching a video game.
 
Elite101FB-14 Wilson.Colin

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Colin Wilson
RB
Florida

Known as “Robin” in the “Batman and Robin” backfield of the 2011 AYF National Champion Middleburg Broncos, Wilson played a major role in the best youth backfield I have ever seen.   At 5’10 and 170 pounds, he’s an athletic freak who boasts a 4.7 forty and a broad jump of nearly nine feet—not too bad for an athlete only entering 8th grade. Splitting touches last season with fellow Elite101 memer Willie Tourman (No. 49), Wilson tallied 1,167 rushing yards and 26 total touchdowns en route to an MVP year. Wilson is a very smooth runner who changes directions well and has deceptive elusiveness for a bigger youth running back. This season the “Batman and Robin” backfield has gone their separate ways, so it should be interesting to see the numbers they each put up this season.
 
Elite101FB-13 Lewis.Malik

Highlights
Malik Lewis
RB
Michigan

Lewis plays in one of, if not, the most competitive league in the city of Detroit. While some players are known for one aspect of their game, Lewis is known throughout the city of Detroit because he can flat out play football. Lewis made this list as a running back but would have gained a spot as a linebacker if chose to go that route as well. Lewis has a tremendous build for a youth player and makes plays all over the field on both sides of the ball—kind of a modern day ironman with a bit of flash to his game. He is the model of consistency and his MVP season concluded with a legendary performance in the Detroit PAL championship game at Ford Field where he helped lead the Eastside Tigers to a 38-30 victory. The brightest of stars on a team that also contains fellow Elite 101 athletes Lavert Hill (No.16) and Keonta Massenburg (No. 41), Lewis still has two years left in the PAL league to re-write the history books.
 
Elite101FB-12 Gaymon.Marlin.2

Highlights
Marlon Gaymon
WR
Florida

Gaymon is a long, athletic player who is a homerun threat every time he touches the ball.   At the 2012 Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl in January, Gaymon was a dangerous weapon both in the return game and as a wide receiver providing a ton of excitement and the touchdown that put the game away for the East. Gaymon has excellent body control, timing on jump balls and does a great job adjusting to the ball. In watching Florida native, he also has the skill set to line up in the back field as a wing back and can be a dangerous weapon in sweeps and pitches.
 
Elite101FB-11 Dedeaux.Ethan 2

Highlights
Ethan Dedeaux
DB
Nevada

The reigning six-time MVP and all time leading scorer of the NYS Las Vegas football league, Dedeaux is as physical as they come in the secondary. At 5’8 and 145 Dedeaux plays with athletic ability of a cover corner but the physicality of a middle linebacker, as he makes opposing receivers’ lives miserable. He plays with loose hips and has the ability to turn and run with anyone. An animal on the field, he can pick off anything thrown in his vicinity but can and will also come into the box as a run stuffer. I liken him to Troy Polamalu of the Pittsburgh Steelers due to his intimidating and game-chancing hitter you want in your secondary.
 
Elite101FB-10 Nelson.Jaylin-Donovan-2

Highlights
Jaylin Donovan-Nelson
QB
Texas

At the Alamo Dome in January it was very easy to see why Donovan-Nelson was selected as an Eastbay Youth All-American, as he was responsible for both the West squad’s touchdowns. At a very muscular 5’7 and 170 pounds and a 4.7 forty time, it’s hard not to draw comparisons to Donovan McNabb when he was in the prime of his career. Donovan-Nelson had a very good Top Gun camp in Virginia and showed continued improvement in every aspect of his game. The First Baptist Academy product has very good pocket awareness, does a nice job of scanning the field, and can make plays with both his arm and his legs. He’s a quarterback, who regardless of the weapons around him, can take over a game at any minute.
 
Elite101FB-9 Gallagher.Blake

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Blake Gallagher
LB
Massachusetts

Powerful, fast, instinctive…these are all words to describe the top 2017 linebacker and Raynham, Massachusetts native, Blake Gallagher. At 5’10 and 200 pounds Gallagher has ideal size and the frame to get even bigger and stronger. A rock in the middle of the field and last year’s Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl MVP, Gallagher is a player opposing offenses must find every time they line up. Boasting a max squat of 405 pounds he has a very powerful lower body that helps him dig in and track down ball carriers from sideline to sideline. He has football instincts you can’t coach and in addition to leading his team in tackles last season, he also intercepted 10 passes. With his tremendous build, speed and power he is exactly what you want as a linebacker and has Chicago Bears All-Pro Brian Urlacher written all over him.
 
Elite101FB-8 Puryear.Orlando

Highlights
Orlando Puryear
WR
Louisiana

A virtual unknown on the national stage until the last six months, Puryear has exploded onto the scene wowing everyone who sees the young man play. Listed at 5’7 and 145 pounds, Puryear plays much bigger than his size indicates and he’s the one receiver on this list I can say runs his routes “violently”. He has strong hands, catches the ball away from his body and even though he may not be a burner, he can run well. He’s an intimidating player because of his ability to turn any mundane pass play into a game changing touchdown. During an eight game season in 2011 he recorded 26 receptions for 608 yards and 15 touchdowns in addition to 4 rushing touchdowns.
 
Elite101FB-7 Matell.Tate

Highlights
Tate Martell
QB
California

A San Diego product, Martell has been in the national news lately for a reported verbal commitment to the Washington Huskies this off-season. Martell is wise beyond his years in football knowledge and displays it on the field, making very quick and intelligent decisions with the football. At 5’11 and 175 with a the ability to scramble as well as a release to beautiful for words, he’s been described as a clone of Fran Tarkenton and Brett Favre. A homeschooled athlete boasting a 4.0 GPA, Martell isn’t sure where he will be playing high school football just yet. However, whatever school he ends up at, they’ll getting an intellectually and physically gifted field general.
 
Elite101FB-6 Silva.Mike

Highlights
Mike Silva
DB
Massachusetts

While New England and in particular Massachusetts isn’t known as a football hotbed, Mike Silva out of Kinston, Massachusetts might be changing that mindset. The top 2017 defensive athlete and a deeply athletically young player, Silva plays with a competitive attitude and a mean streak. He is everything you want in a cornerback or safety. At 5’7 and recording a 31” inch vertical, Silva has one of the most impressive verticals for any player at this level in the country. The 2012 Eastbay Youth All-American can cover on or off the line, explodes out of his breaks, and he can flip his hips with the best of them. He’s traveled the country this off season on the camp circuit and is consistently excellent.
 
Elite101FB-5 Mickens.Marquis-2

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Marquis Mickens
RB
Florida

Mickens has everything a youth running back needs to be a difference maker. After playing up on his local 8th grade team that won the Pop Warner championship last season, he was selected to play in the Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl. In that game, Mickens took the Alamodome by storm recording three touchdowns in the first half en route to a 30-14 victory by his east squad. At 5’9” and 178 pounds Mickens has exceptionally strong hips and legs. He runs very low to the ground and is very tough to tackle due to his ability to keep his legs moving after contact. Mickens moves very well laterally and although he may not be the speediest back in the country, he has very quick feet that makes his 4.8 forty time seem much more faster.
 
Elite101FB-4 Moses.Dylan

Highlights

Dylan Moses
RB
Louisiana

The class of 2017's top running back in the entire country, Moses recently set the nation on fire because he reportedly was verbally offered by LSU due to an amazing performance at their camp. Prior to this news, Moses has set his local youth league on fire for a number of years, recording five conference championships, three League Runner ups, two league championships and multiple MVPs. Also doubling as a track star, he’s built like a man already at 6’1” 205 and his verified 4.46 forty time makes him even scarier. He has all the physical tools to be something very, very special whether it be at running back or linebacker.
 
Elite101FB-3 Blount.Joseph-2

Highlights
Trey Blount
WR
Georgia

The top wide receiver in the 2017 class and one of the many players from the talent rich state of Georgia, Trey Blount has all the physical tools necessary to be something very special on the next level. At 6’1 and 165 pounds Blount has all the size and length you could ask for to play at any position on the youth level—and he’s already proven that. After being selected Cobb County player of the year for his 2011 season, he was selected to play wide receiver in the Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl in January and followed it up in June when he was chosen to play defensive end in the Georgia Future Stars game. His 4.8 speed helps him on both sides of the ball, but I think he projects to a big bodied receiver and his 59 Catches for 1,147 yards and 20 touchdowns last season prove my point.
 
Elite101FB-2 Stone.Lindell

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Lindell Stone
QB
Texas

Poised to be the next great QB to come out of tradition-rich South Carroll High School in Texas, Stone is as complete a quarterback as they come. A former Junior Rank All-American and standing at 6’0” and 160 pounds, Stone is your prototypical quarterback who has everything from the strong arm to the leadership skills. He can really drive the ball down the field with sniper-like accuracy. His throwing motion is unconventional but he shows the live arm you love to see. Stone tosses a nice deep ball with timing and accuracy from the pocket, but can also get outside the tackles and throw on the run.
 
Elite101FB-1 Curry.Connor-2

Highlights

Connor Curry
QB
Louisiana

In our eyes, Connor Curry is currently the top prospect in the entire nation for the class of 2017. An Eastbay Youth All-American last year, Curry has arguably the biggest arm in the country and he isn’t afraid to unleash it. In 2011 he passed for 29 touchdowns and accumulated 2,132 yards all purpose yards in only eight games. On the field, Curry doesn't get rattled, shows great poise in the pocket and is mature beyond his years going through his progressions and finding open receivers. With his older brother Tim playing QB at UTEP, 6’0” 150 pounds Connor is on pace to be the next Curry throwing passes for a Division I program.
 



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Alan Popadines

Alan Popadines is the Senior Sports Manager for Youth1 and is directly involved with youth football content. His knowledge of youth football stems from his experience working with high-end sporting events, such as the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and the Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl. Please share your questions, comments or stories with Alan at apopadines@youth1.com or call 973-878-0132.

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