The 2012 Mythical 7on7 National Championship Team!

The 2012 Mythical 7on7 National Championship Team!
By
Max Emfinger

The Super Elite Top Gun Camp in Middletown, Connecticut was going to be a great and exciting Football Camp in The Great Northeast and it was going to pit some of the greatest high school football players in the country against each other.  The terrible economy put a damper on the Super Elite Top Gun Camp, but in the Pre-Camp buildup, I received a lot of valuable information and I evaluated a lot of players on their highlight films. This info helped me to initially rate and rank many of the top high school football players in The Great Northeast area.

Later, even after the Super Elite Top Gun Camp was cancelled, because of the bad economy, I thought that I might be able to put together a Top Gun Camp National 7on7 Team from The Great Northeast, but most the players were already on a 7on7 Team.

In 2010, I formed a Super Southeast 7on7 and we competed in two National 7on7 Tournaments and then in 2011, I formed a National 7on7 Super Select Team that qualified for two National 7on7 Championships, including The Badger Sport Elite 7on7 National Championship.

The 2011 National 7on7 Super Select Team had a unique set of intriguing stories. First of all, the Badger Sport Elite 7on7 Regional Tournament was scheduled to be in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, but the distructive tornado came through Tuscaloosa that week and they moved the tournament to Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama.

Our 7on7 players were from eight different states, but our plan was to meet in Tuscaloosa on Friday and I had rented an indoor facility for us to work out together for about two hours before the tournament started on Saturday. Obviously the tornado changed these great plans, but moving the tournament to Birmingham also changed our overnight lodging plans. We had a chartered bus and we left Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Friday with about twenty-three players, including about eight of our players and about 15 players that were on another Louisiana 7on7 team.

Then we got to our first hotel that we had already made reservations and they had cancelled our reservations for State Tornado Workers. Then we got to our second hotel at around 1:00 Saturday morning and they had also cancelled our reservations. Around 1:30 in the morning, I found us a dump of a hotel, but it was the best we could do at 1:30 in the morning. We also were about 45 miles from Samford University.

Then, we had to get the players up at 6:00 A.M., so we could leave around 7:00. Our first game was at 9:00. During all of these distractions, all of our other players that we were to meet and workout with, had to stay at other hotels and so our players got to see each other for the first time, just before our first game. In that game, it looked like we were going to lose, but junior WR Shelby Christy caught a 40-yard touchdown pass from QB Zach Conque with 30-seconds left and we thought we had won the game. As the clock ran out on a continuous running clock, the other team lined up and ran a play for the winning touchdown. We didn’t even have our defense on the field when they scored the winning touchdown. We argued for 10 minutes, but we still lost the game.

With some incredible players making some incredible plays, we won our next two games and finished our Pool Play with a 2-1 record. On Sunday, we lost our first game by two points. Everyone was impressed with our players and although we did not qualify for the Badger New Level Elite 7on7 National Championship, we were given an invitation to attend. In fact, the word got out about our great athletic team and we were given invitations to three other 7on7 National Championships.

A few weeks ago, I talked to Baron Flenory, Jr and Kashann Simmons of  New Level Athletics and I told them that I thought that I could form at least one Super Northeast 7on7 Team and maybe two teams, but as I said, most of the great players were already committed to their own 7on7 Team. With all of this in mind, if I could have put together a Super Northeast 7on7 Team, this could have probably been the 2012 Mythical 7on7 National Champion.

I also added four four offensive linemen and four defensive linemen, all with a Six Star MEARS RATING, to the team for support. Every single player on this team has been evaluated on his Highlight Film and there are some Super Surprises.

2012 SUPER NORTHEAST 7on7 CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM

OFFENSE

1950 MEARS POCKET-QB Kevin Olsen, 6-3, 200, 4.6, Wayne Hills, NJ
1940 MEARS
POCKET-QB Brendan Marshall, 6-5, 215, 4.7, Olney Good Counsel, MD
1980 MEARS MOBIL-QB Chavas Rawlings, 6-4, 190, 4.4, Monessen, PA
1945 MEARS MOBIL-QB Boeing Brown, 6-4, 220, 4.6, Brookfield, CT
1990 MEARS RB Derrick Green, 6-0, 215, 4.35, Richmond Hermitage, VA
1950 MEARS
RB David Williams, 6-0, 195, 4.36, Philadelphia West Catholic, PA
1930 MEARS RB Wendell Smallwood, 5-11, 205, 4.35, Elkton Eastern Christian, MD
1956 MEARS IR Laray Smith, 6-1, 178, 4.33, Brooklyn Xaverian, NY
1955 MEARS IR Taquan Mizzell, 5-10, 185, 4.33, Virginia Beach Bayside, VA
1930 MEARS IR Richie Anderson, 5-11, 180, 4.4, Frederick Johnson, MD
1975 MEARS WR Anthony Averett, 6-1, 175, 4.4, Woodbury, NJ
1926 MEARS WR Andre Levrone, 6-2, 198, 4.4, Olney Good Counsel, MD
2025 MEARS FLK Robert Foster, 6-3, 195, 4.33, Monaca Central Valley, PA
1985 MEARS FLK Andre Patton, 6-4, 190, 4.4, Wilmington Saint Elizabeth, DE
1956 MEARS TE Adam Breneman, 6-6, 230, 4.56, Camp Hill Cedar Cliff, PA
1930 MEARS TE Andrew Isaacs, 6-3, 240, 4.56, Manchester, CT
1960 MEARS JUMBO WR Garrett Sickels, 6-4, 240, 4.56, Little Silver Redbank, NJ
1940 MEARS JUMBO WR Jahvaney Beckford, 6-2, 230, 4.56, Woodstock Hyde, CT
1980 MEARS OL SUPPORT Na’ty Rodgers, 6-4, 285, 5.0, Pomfret McDonough, MD
1975 MEARS OL SUPPORT Khalief Rodgers, 6-3, 300, 5.0, Elkton E. Christian, MD
1970 MEARS OL SUPPORT Derwin Gray, 6-4, 305, 5.0, Washington Friendship, DC
1950 MEARS OL SUPPORT John Montelus, 6-5, 305, 5.1, Everett, MA

DEFENSE

1990 MEARS CB Kendall Fuller, 5-11, 190, 4.33, Olney Good Counsel, MD
1950 MEARS CB Trey Bell, 5-11, 175, 4.35, Jersey City St Peters Prep, NJ
1960 MEARS FS Eli Woodard, 6-1, 185, 4.4, Voorhees Eastern, NJ
1930 MEARS FS Delando Johnson, 6-2, 190, 4.47, Towson Calvert Hall, MD
1952 MEARS SS Brandon Bell, 6-2, 226, 4.48, May’s Landing Oakcrest, NJ
1930 MEARS SS Stefon Colbert, 6-4, 195, 4.5, Olney Good Counsel, MD
1940 MEARS CB Kirk Garner, 5-11, 180, 4.4, Olney Good Counsel, MD
1930 MEARS CB Devin Butler, 6-1, 185, 4.4, Washington Gonzaga Prep, DC
1935 MEARS ATH Tyler Boyd, 6-1, 170, 4.33, Clairton, PA
1930 MEARS ATH T.J. Taylor, 6-3, 195, 4.42, Manmouth Junction S Brunswick, NJ
1980 MEARS OLB Alex Anzalone, 6-3, 225, 4.44, Wyomissing Area, PA
1950 MEARS OLB Dorian O’Daniel, 6-1, 220, 4.47, Olney Good Counsel, MD
1980 MEARS MLB Yannick Ngakoue, 6-3, 240, 4.5, Washington Friendship, DC
1930 MEARS MLB Noah Robinson, 6-4, 225, 4.56, Worchester Doherty Central, MA
1960 MEARS OLB E.J. Levenberry, 6-3, 235, 4.5, Woodbridge Hylton, VA
1940 MEARS OLB Marcus Newby, 6-1, 220, 4.5, North Potomac Orchard, MD
1985 MEARS DE/LB Dajaun Drennon, 6-4, 230, 4.56, Sickerville Timber Creek, NJ
1970 MEARS DE/LB Marvin Gross, 6-4, 225, 4.56, Baltimore Dunbar, MD
2040 MEARS DT SUPPORT Henry Poggi, 6-3, 265, 4.68, Baltimore Gilman, MD
2010 MEARS DT SUPPORT Kenny Bigelow, 6-3, 290, 4.8, Bear Red Lion Christian, DE
1980 MEARS DT SUPPORT Maurice Hurst Jr, 6-2, 305, 4.8, Westwood Xaverian, MA
1975 MEARS DT SUPPORT Greg Webb, 6-3, 300, 4.9, Sickerville Timber Creek, NJ

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About maxemfingerrecruiting

My mission and goal is to search for that hidden high school football talent that has not been found yet. I then evaluate him and try to help him to get some publicity. In 2003, 2004, 2005. and 2006, I hosted my Annual 7on7 National Championship. My goal was to get great athletes to one area where I could evaluate them and then help them with college coaches. The only drawback was that college coaches wanted to see the hidden gems in a game-type highlight film and so the college coaches suggested to me that I host a real All-American Bowl Game so that they could view these talented players in a highlight film, playing against other talented players. It's noted that the NCAA doesn't allow the college coaches to attend All-American Games or practices and so the Game Film is a great tool for the college coaches. In 2005, I hosted my 1st Annual All-American Bowl Game. In nine games in nine years, my wife and I have helped 549 HS football players to get a scholarship that came to our first Bowl Game practice without a single scholarship offer. This also does not count over 1,000 players who we have helped that did not play in our game, including over 100 players in the 2010 Recruiting Season. My Super Elite Top Gun Camp idealogy, is of course, to get as many Top Football Players to a Top Gun Camp so that all of my coaches and I can evaluate them, rate them, rank them, and promote them. There will always be "Diamonds in the Rough" to be found. My First Annual Max Emfinger's Super Elite Top Gun Camp was in July of 2010. The Camp was amazing and loaded with unknown and known talent. Many of them were invited to play in our 2011 All-American Bowl Game Classic. In 2007, in my 3rd Annual All-American Bowl Game, a player by the name of Kareem Jackson came to our first Monday practice, without a single scholarship offer. Jackson decided to come out early and he became a #1 Draft Choice in the 2010 NFL Draft for the Houston Texans.
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