QB Boeing Brown


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 and preparation, I received a lot of valuable information and I did a lot of film evaluation on a lot of players on their junior highlight and game 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 decided to Select a NORTHEAST FABULOUS FIFTY SELECT TEAM and a NORTHEAST SUPER SLEEPER SELECT TEAM. I have evaluated every single player on both Select Teams at least once and in some cases, twice, on their junior game film and Highlight Film. There are some Super Surprises on both teams.

There are also some unbelievable players on this Super Sleeper Select Team and there are also some Super Stories about them. Everyone on this Team has a Special Story, but I have decided to tell six of their stories.

Boeing Brown (6-4, 220, 4.6) of Brookfield, Connecticut is one of the most intriguing players that I have seen play this year. Brown is a Super Combine Freak and as a quarterback that is a very rare feat. When a quarterback does a legit 4.6 in the forty; a 36-inch vertical jump; and a 4.3 in the pro-shuttle; he is going to be a pretty Special quarterback. Brown actually had a 1965 MEARS RATING which was good enough to be Selected to the NORTHEAST FABULOUS 50 SELECT TEAM, but he is also a SUPER SLEEPER; so he actually made both teams.
On his highlight film, Brown is one of the most outstanding quarterbacks that I have seen this year or any year. On his second play from scrimmage on his highlight film, Brown rolls to his right, but does not find a receiver and then runs 56-yards untouched into the endzone for a touchdown.
On the next play, Brown throws a perfect pass down the middle for about a 65-yard touchdown. So this gets my immediate attention. He did these kind of highlight plays for his entire highlight film.
So here is a 6-4 quarterback with great speed and athletic ability and as of the middle of the summer before his senior season, Brown did not have a single scholarship offer.
Brown went to Gainesville in June to the University of Florida Football Camp and Quarterback Coach Brent Pease was impressed with him, but the Gators did not offer, because they already had a verbal committments from Max Staver of Brentwood Academy, Tennessee.
“I talked to Coach Pease a couple of times on the phone and I was really looking forward to working with him. I also learned a lot of stuff while working with him at the Camp,” said Brown.
Brown has been impressive all of the Spring and Summer and around twenty schools are interested in him, but most of these schools have filled their quarterback slot or want to wait to see how Brown does in the Fall.
What makes it that much more puzzeling is that Brown has been very impressive at every Camp and Combine that he attended in the Spring before his senior season. I have been so impressed with Brown, I invited him to play in our Ninth Annual All-American Bowl Game and he has accepted.
Stefon Colbert (6-4, 195, 4.5) of Olney Lady of Good Counsel, Maryland is one of the most intriguing wide receivers that I have seen play this year.
On his highlight film, Colbert is a pretty sensational big, wide receiver who makes a lot of big plays for one of the top high school teams in the country, but he has not got the respect with numerous scholarship offers that I think that he should have. And I just simply do not understand why.
Another intriguing aspect of Colbert is the fact that his first scholarship offer was from Auburn who has recently won a BCS National Championship, but only NC State and Virginia Tech have followed with offers.
I really like Colbert and I think that he is going to make a great college player. Another thing that I like about him is that he is also a great free safety and he can play on either side of the football at the next level. I have invited Colbert to play in my Ninth Annual All-American Bowl Game Classic and I hope that he accepts, because I think that he can be a Star in the game.
Anthony Cioffi (6-0, 175, 4.3) of Springfield Dayton Regional, New Jersey is one of the fastest high school football players in this recruiting class. This past Spring, Cioffi ran a hand-held 10.4 in the 100 meters.
Cioffi plays quarterback on offense and cornerback or free safety on defense. I think that he would be a great inside receiver in college, but he also could be an All-American cornerback.
Cioffi is incredible on his highlight film. In fact, he is more than incredible. He had two kick returns of 100-yards on his highlight film. I think that the first one was a punt return, but he fielded it on the goal line and went 100-yards down the left sidelines for the touchdown.
Then, Cioffi returned an interception about 60-yards for a touchdown before he returned his second punt-return kick for 100-yards. On this kick return, Cioffi fielded the kick on the goal-line, started up the middle, juked a couple of players and then raced untouched into the end-zone.
With all of this great athletic ability and blazing speed, its hard to understand why Cioffi does not have over twenty offers, but he only needed one offer and he got it from Rutgers and now he will become a Scarlet Knight.
Jahvaney Beckford (6-2, 230, 4.56) of Woodstock Hyde, Connecticut is one of the most interesting players that I have seen play this year. First of all, Beckford is a two-way Super Freak that does not come off of the field. And second of all, he does not have a single scholarship offer.
On his highlight film, Beckford plays both wide receiver and tight end and makes unbelievable catches and runs for touchdowns at both positions. And then on defense, he plays both outside linebacker and defensive end and he also dominates on that side of the football.
I just do not understand why college coaches are not offering him, but I think that he will become a super-star at the next level. I think that Beckford could be a big wide receiver or a flex tight end at the next level and become a star.
I have been so impressed with Beckford, I have invited him to play in my Ninth Annual All-American Bowl Game and I hope that he accepts, because I believe that he can also be a Star in the game.
Noah Robinson (6-4, 225, 4.58) of Worchester Doherty, Massachusetts is one of the best linebackers and tight end combos that I have seen this year. He also is a very good athlete with great speed and great strength. I found Robinson as we were preparing for the Super Elite Top Gun Camp in Conneticut.
On his highlight film, Robinson is pretty spectacular and I would say that he is close to being a Five-Click Player. A Five-Click Player is a player that after a college coach sees his first five plays of a highlight film, the coach turns off the tape and calls the player and offers him a scholarship.
On his first play of his highlight film, while playing outside linebacker, Robinson blitzes and tackles the quarterback for a 12-yard loss. Then on the second play, he tackles the running back for a six-yard loss on an end run. Then on the third play, he blitzes and tackles the quarterback again for a six-yard loss.
On the fourth play, Robinson blitzes and helped cause the quarterback to fumble the football and Robinson picks up the football and runs about 65-yards for a touchdown. On his fifth play of his highlight film, Robinson lines-up at tight end on offense and catches a 35-yard touchdown pass.
That’s five plays, but I decided to watch one more play and on his sixth play, Robinson ran a crossing pass pattern and ran 28-yards for a touchdown. I had seen enough.
Robinson is a sensational player, but as of the middle of the summer before his senior year, Robinson does not have a single offer.
This highlight film that I watched was made by Robinson after I gave him the name of my Video man. Robinson was all set to come to my Super Elite Top Gun Camp, and be finally be found, but since he Camp was cancelled, because of the economy, Robinson was not able to be found by my Top Gun Coaches.
I was so impressed by Robinson, I have invited him to play in our Ninth Annual All-American Bowl Game Classic and he has accepted.
Julian Allen (6-4, 215, 4.5) of Sewell Washington Township, New Jersey is one of the most puzzling players on the Planet. Allen went to Spring and Summer Camps and Combines as a wide receiver and although he did exceptionally well, his highlight film suggests that he is even better as an outside linebacker, defensive end, or even a safety.
His highlight film is incredible as he is outstanding on both sides of the football. On his first play, Allen is flanked right as a receiver, runs an out and go and then goes up and catches the football in the endzone for a 40-yard touchdown with a defender on his back.
After seeing this play, you would think that this player is a pretty good wide receiver Playmaker, but on play #2, Allen is playing outside linebacker on defense and blitzes and tackles the running back for a six-yard loss. Then on play #3, Allen blitzes again and sacks the quarterback for a minus eight yards.
Now, you’re thinking. Where do I recruit this guy? But is keeps getting better. On play #4, his hand is down at defensive end and he sacks the quarterback for a ten-yard loss. On play #5, Allen ran a quick slant pass pattern and then ran 60-yards for a touchdown.
On play #6, Allen picked up a fumble on defense and ran 10-yards for a touchdown and on play #7, he tackles the quarterback, causing a fumble, and then recovered the fumble.
After seven plays, I’ve seen enough. Allen is big, strong, fast, and athletic, so my question was: how many offers does Julian Allen have and the answer in mid July was zero. Also! Only one other major recruiting service even had Allen listed in their huge database. I just don’t get it!

1965 MEARS ATH-QB Boeing Brown, 6-4, 220, 4.6, Brookfield, CT
1940 MEARS
ATH-QB MacKay Lowrie, 6-4, 210, 4.6, West Roxbury Latin, MA (BC)
1940 MEARS ATH-QB Damion Terry, 6-4, 215, 4.6, Erie Cathedral Prep, PA (MIST)
1940 MEARS ATH-QB Shane Cockerville, 6-2, 210, 4.6, Balt Gilman, MD (MARY)
1920 MEARS ATH-QB Lamel Matthews, 6-2, 205, 4.6, Washington Dunbar, DC
1920 MEARS ATH-QB Joshua Awotunde, 6-2, 230, 4.6, Franklinville Delsea, NJ
1900 MEARS ATH-QB Devone Boone, 6-1, 180, 4.5, Pomfret McDonough, MD
1940 MEARS QB Brendan Marshall, 6-5, 215, 4.7, Olney Good Counsel, MD (UVA)
1930 MEARS QB Brendan Craven, 6-3, 200, 4.8, Dorchester Boston College, MA
1925 MEARS QB Chris Laviano, 6-2, 210, 4.8, Hicksville Holy Trinity, NY (RUT)
1920 MEARS QB Michael Keir, 6-3, 215, 4.7, Philadelphia Roman Catholic, PA
1920 MEARS
QB Caleb Scepaniak, 6-5, 240, 4.7, Binghampton Seton Catholic, NY
1900 MEARS QB Todd Stafford, 6-6, 240, 4.8, Greenwich Brunswich, CT (MASS)
1930 MEARS RB Augustus Edwards, 6-1, 225, 4.44, Staten Island Tottenville, NJ
1930 MEARS RB Wendell Smallwood, 5-11, 205, 4.35, Elkton E. Christian, MD
1930 MEARS RB Zaire Williams, 5-11, 195, 4.4, Sickerville Timber Creek, NJ (WVA)
1910 MEARS RB Dontea Ayres, 5-9, 210, 4.42, Salisbury Wicomico, MD (RUT)
1940 MEARS AP Anthony Cioffi, 6-0, 175, 4.32, Springfield Dayton, NJ (RUT)
1930 MEARS
AP Richie Anderson, 5-11, 180, 4.4, Frederick Johnson, MD (MARY)
1930 MEARS AP Dhameer Bradley, 5-10, 175, 4.4, Elkton Christian, MA (CONN)
1930 MEARS AP Chigozie Onyekwere, 5-10, 195, 4.42, Washington Friendship, DC
1910 MEARS AP DeAndre Lane, 5-8, 170, 4.33, Baltimore Cantonsville, MD (MARY)
1900 MEARS AP Taivon Jacobs, 5-10, 175, 4.3, District Heights Suitland, MD
1920 MEARS WR Ishmael Hyman, 6-0, 175, 4.4, Holmdel St John Vianney, NJ
1920 MEARS WR Will Fuller, 6-1, 170, 4.4, Philadelphia Roman Catholic, PA (PSU)
1910 MEARS WR Zach Grant, 6-0, 175, 4.4, Haddonfield Paul VI, NJ
1910 MEARS
WR Noel Thomas, 6-2, 185, 4.4, New Canaan St Lukes, CT (CONN)
1900 MEARS WR Dillon Tighe, 6-1, 180, 4.47, Gambrills Arundel, MD
1940 MEARS
FLK Stefon Colbert, 6-4, 195, 4.5, Olney Good Counsel, MD
1940 MEARS FLK Malique Belfort, 6-3, 175, 4.5, Staten Island Tottenville, NY
1932 MEARS FLK Zach Challingsworth, 6-2, 186, 4.4, South Fayette, PA (PITT)
1930 MEARS FLK Ricky Jeune, 6-3, 205, 4.5, Montvale St Joseph, NJ
1920 MEARS
FLK Lincoln Collins, 6-4, 190, 4.5, Dorchester B College, MA (VILL)
1920 MEARS FLK Neiko Creamer, 6-4, 215, 4.6, Elkton Christian Academy, MD
1910 MEARS FLK Charles Callinan, 6-4, 210, 4.5, Jersey City St Peter’s Prep, NJ
1900 MEARS FLK Donquale Williams, 6-2, 190, 4.5, Williston Northampton, MA
1900 MEARS
FLK  Zach Bradshaw, 6-3, 210, 4.56, Damascus, MD (PSU)
1940 MEARS TE Jahvaney Beckford, 6-2, 230, 4.56, Woodstock Hyde, CT
1935 MEARS TE Andrew Isaacs, 6-3, 240, 4.56, Manchester, CT (CONN)
1925 MEARS TE Scott Orndoff, 6-6, 247, 4.7, Pittsburgh LaSalle, PA (PITT)
1920 MEARS TE Cameron Stapleton, 6-4, 230, 4.6, Brooklyn Poly, NY
1910 MEARS TE Thomas Plonski, 6-6, 235, 4.7, Brooklyn Tech, NY
1935 MEARS OG Alexander Officer, 6-4, 305, 5.2, Rochester Eastridge, NY
1930 MEARS OT Sadiq Olanrewaju, 6-8, 295, 5.0, Salisbury School, CT (UVA)
1925 MEARS OT Jack McDonald, 6-5, 275, 5.1, Dorchester Boston College, MA
1925 MEARS OT Brad Henson, 6-5, 285, 5.1, Toms River Donovan, NJ (UVA)
1920 MEARS OT Sam Zeff, 6-5, 285, 5.2, Montclair, NJ (MASS)
1905 MEARS
OT Jordan Page, 6-5, 305, 5.2, Pennington Prep, NJ (MASS)
1905 MEARS
OT Tommy Hopkins, 6-6, 300, 5.2, Thornwood Westlake, NY (CONN)
1905 MEARS OC Matt Barone, 6-3, 290, 5.1, McKees Rocks Montour, PA (TEM)


1940 MEARS DE Justin Moody, 6-3, 265, 4.7, Philadelphia Washington, PA
1940 MEARS DE Kevin Robbins, 6-4, 235, 4.6, Forestville McNamara, MD (GAT)
1940 MEARS DE Peter Ngobidi, 6-2, 220, 4.6, West Roxbury Catholic, MA (MASS)
1940 MEARS DE Julian Allen, 6-4, 210, 4.5, Sewell Washington Township, NJ
1934 MEARS DE ShaKi Holines, 6-4, 232, 4.7, Springfield Commerce, MA (MASS)
1920 MEARS
DE Myles Nash, 6-5, 210, 4.6, Sickerville Timber Creek, NJ
1932 MEARS DT Tevin Montgomery, 6-5, 295, 4.85, Marion Tabor, MA
1920 MEARS DT Hunter Knighton, 6-5, 275, 4.9, Princeton Hun School, NJ
1910 MEARS DT Rashaad Coward, 6-6, 275, 5.0, Brooklyn Sheepshead Bay, NY
1940 MEARS NG Darius Commissiong, 6-3, 305, 4.9, Bishop McNamara, MD (GAT) 
1940 MEARS
NG Josh Klecko, 6-2, 265, 4.8, Red Bank Catholic, NJ (RUT)
1920 MEARS
NG Marquise Watson, 6-0, 275, 4.8, Jersey City St Peters Prep, NJ
1910 MEARS NG Cody Young-Brown, 6-2, 285, 5.0, Williamstown, NJ
1940 MEARS OLB Zayd Issah, 6-4, 220, 4.5, Harrisburg Central Dauphin, PA (PSU)
1930 MEARS OLB Jarred Alwan, 6-2, 230, 4.5, Cherry Hills Camden Catholic, NJ
1930 MEARS OLB Derrick Hayward, 6-5, 205, 4.6, Salisbury Wicomico, MD (MARY)
1920 MEARS OLB Cavon Walker, 6-2, 225, 4.6, Washington Friendship, DC (MARY) 
1920 MEARS OLB Reggie McGee, 6-1, 210, 4.5, Olney Good Counsel, MD
1916 MEARS OLB Marlon Crook, 6-4, 218, 4.5, Forestville McNamara, MD
1940 MEARS MLB Noah Robinson, 6-4, 225, 4.56, Worchester Doherty Central, MA
1935 MEARS MLB Al-Rasheed Benton, 6-2, 220, 4.6, Newark Shabazz, NJ
1930 MEARS MLB Ousmane Camara, 6-3, 255, 4.6, Bay Shore, NY
1930 MEARS MLB Josh Valentin, 6-4, 245, 4.7, Brooklyn Thomas Jefferson, NY
1910 MEARS MLB Cory Jasudowich, 6-2, 235, 4.68, Cheshire Academy, CT (BC)
1910 MEARS MLB Shane Huber, 6-3, 225, 4.7, Jersey City St Peter Prep, NJ (MASS)
1910 MEARS MLB Matt Galambos, 6-2, 230, 4.7, Havertown, PA
1930 MEARS
CB Rashad Kinlaw, 6-2, 185, 4.42, Galloway Absegami, NJ (ND)
1930 MEARS CB Devin Butler, 6-1, 185, 4.4, Washington Gonzaga Prep, DC (ND)
1930 MEARS CB Kyle LaPorte, 5-10, 180, 4.36, Piscataway, NJ
1930 MEARS CB Jarrett Ross, 5-10, 185, 4.4, Wilmington Charter School, DE (MARY)
1920 MEARS CB Jahmere Irvin-Sills, 5-10, 175, 4.33, Elkton E Christian, MD (AUB) 
1900 MEARS CB Terrence Hunter, 5-9, 175, 4.36, Piscataway, NJ
1900 MEARS CB Abdul-Malik Majeed, 5-10, 180, 4.37, Princeton Hun School, NJ
1940 MEARS FS Delando Johnson, 6-2, 190, 4.47, Towson Calvert Hall, MD
1930 MEARS FS Milan Collins, 6-2, 190, 4.42, Forestville McNamara, MD (MARY)
1920 MEARS SS Kyle Queiro, 6-3, 190, 4.45, Oradell Bergen Catholic, NJ (NU)
1920 MEARS FS John Van Allen, 6-3, 190, 4.5, Avon Oak Farms, CT (HARVARD)
1910 MEARS FS Terrence Toney, 6-0, 180, 4.38, Cape May Court House, NJ
1940 MEARS SS Delton Williams, 6-2, 215, 4.5, Eric Cathedral Prep, PA
1930 MEARS SS T.J. Taylor, 6-3, 195, 4.42, Manmouth Junction S Brunswick, NJ
1930 MEARS SS Elvis Dennah, 6-4, 210, 4.46, Annapolis Christ School, MD (MARY)
1920 MEARS SS Marcel Ngachie, 6-0, 215, 4.5, Olney Good Counsel, MD
1920 MEARS SS C.J. Jones, 5-11, 210, 4.5, Olney Good Counsel, MD
1910 MEARS
SS Jordan Martin, 6-2, 195, 4.48, Forestville McNamara, MD



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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