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Offense Top Performers: Pylon SE 7-on-7

The nation's No. 1 ranked athlete was playing in his first-ever club 7-on-7 tournament as a member of Pro Impact, but looked like a natural while consistently getting open on Saturday. Robertson's speed has always been one of his biggest advantages, but now he's up to 6-foot-1 and 175 pounds, and has added some physicality to go with his always-impressive agility. The Alabama commit has always impressed in camps, and now he can add 7-on-7 excellence to his already impressive resume.
Dionte Mullins
Miami (Fla.) Gulliver Prep
Mullins was a standout of the day's first game, catching a couple of deep touchdowns. He maintained that sort of momentum throughout the afternoon, too, as he was clearly one of the most dangerous big-play threats in the tournament field. Mullins has impressive acceleration and is incredibly smooth out of his cuts. His hands were steady on Saturday, as he seemed to catch everything thrown his way. Mullins plays for a 7-on-7 team loaded with talent, so the fact that he still manages to stand out so regularly is doubly impressive. Ideally, Mullins would be a few inches taller, but his somewhat limited height is not much of an issue. Mullins is committed to Miami but may visit Florida this offseason.
Dredrick Snelson
Plantation (Fla.) American Heritage
Snelson was the wide receiver opposite of Mullins in the South Florida Express offense and made a massive numbers of plays himself. He probably wasn't in the end zone as often as Mullins, but he gave defenses plenty of headaches. Snelson has an impressive frame and incredibly strong hands that he showcased by fighting for jump balls. Snelson lived up to his top-100 ranking on Saturday, as he looked like one of the nation's elite receivers.
Jake Allen (2017)
Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Cardinal Gibbons
Allen, a 2017 prospect, is considered to be one of the top quarterbacks of any class in Florida. He certainly looked the part on Saturday, as he showed off his arm strength by cramming passes into impossibly small windows. The zip on his passes leaves nothing to be desired. His build and mechanics are solid as well. Allen's drops and footwork need polishing, but the tools for greatness are all accounted for. As of now, Allen's only offer is from Rutgers, but schools such as Oklahoma and Missouri have recently entered his recruitment.
Darnell Salomon
Miami, (Fla.) Miami Central
Saloman has a long list of prestigious offers and for good reason. On Saturday, he made a pair of one-handed catches and caught at least two touchdowns on jump balls that saw him out-jump multiple defensive backs. His 6-foot-2 frame comes with plenty of strength that complements his length, and the speed he shows off on go routes and fades is impressive. Alabama, USC, South Carolina and Florida State are all schools of interest for Salomon.
Binjimen Victor
Coconut Creek, Fla.
Victor's size makes him tough to defend. The fact that it's coupled with well above average speed is what makes him a nightmare for defensive backs. A four-star prospect, Victor caught more than four touchdowns on Saturday and won plenty of jump balls down field. He moved smoothly around the field and has hands that rarely fail him.
Kevin Stepherson
Jacksonville (Fla.) First Coast
Stepherson spent his morning catching touchdown passes, of which he had at least four. At 6-foot-3, he has an impressive frame and he moves well to boot. He was the source of much of his team's offense on Saturday, as his crisp routes and fantastic hands were on display. The fact that he was running wide open on plays that saw the quarterback look in another direction was maybe as impressive as the plays he made when targeted. Stepherson has offers from Wake Forest and West Virginia.
Todd Centeio (2017)
West Palm Beach (Fla.) Dwyer
The Miami commit was the leader of the Palm Beach Fire on Saturday, showing excellent arm strength and good accuracy while picking apart opposing defenses, including the vaunted Pro Impact secondary. Centeio is still more comfortable throwing on the move than he is in the pocket, but his vision and anticipation are what really help him in a 7-on-7 setting.
Isaiah Johnson
West Palm Beach (Fla.) Dwyer
The Louisville commit picked up an offer from Miami earlier this week and seemed to have an extra spring in his step while consistently getting open and helping his team to an undefeated day. Johnson was a favorite of both Palm Beach Fire quarterbacks and also had a few circus catches, showing that he knows how to use his 6-foot-3, 190-pound frame to his advantage.
Rick Wells
Jacksonville (Fla.) Raines
Wells has an impressive stature. It's clear that he has added muscle in the past year and now boasts the build of a college-ready prospect. His performance on Saturday was also solid. Though not a dominant force by any stretch, he certainly made his share of plays and showed an ability to contort his body and catch off-target passes.
Chris Cotto
Hallandale, Fla.
Cotto is an impressive wide receiver who has yet to garner a ton of scholarship offers. On Saturday, he showed off his acceleration, which is what stands out about his game. Cotto gets off the line extremely well and is not jammed easily. He also rarely fights the ball and catches passes away from his body. He currently lists offers from USF, Appalachian State and Duquesne.
Rob Cassidy
Southeast Recruiting Analyst
Woody Womack
Southeast Recruiting Analyst
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