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Previewing A Loaded Dallas Pylon 7v7 Tournament

The Pylon 7v7 season will open up this weekend with a loaded tournament.

The first stop of the circuit is in Dallas, and several high profile clubs and recruits will be in attendance.

Perhaps the most notable is Fast 7v7, which has proven to be a true national brand. The Adidas team is home to several of the Lone Star State’s best, including 2021 Rivals100 wide receiver Quaydarius Davis.

Dallas wide receiver Quaydarius Davis was previously committed to Texas.
Dallas wide receiver Quaydarius Davis was previously committed to Texas. (Nick Lucero/Rivals.com)

A four-star prospect from Dallas (Texas) Skyline, Davis was once a Texas commit and is ranked as the No. 21 overall recruit in the country. He has offers from Alabama, Florida, LSU, Oregon, Texas A&M and several other major programs.

Fast 7v7 will feature other highly touted offensive weapons like four-star Texas commit Billy Bowman, the No. 32 ranked recruit in the nation, four-star Oklahoma wide receiver commit Cody Jackson, four-star Rivals250 running back Brandon Campbell, who has offers from LSU, Penn State, Texas, USC and others.

Defensively, Fast 7v7 is home to four-star 2021 cornerback Hunter Washington and 2022 LSU safety commit Bryce Anderson.

Texas Flex is another team loaded with top talent. Some big names on offense include four-star quarterback Garrett Nussmeier, elite 2022 running back Emeka Megwa and top 2022 wide receiver Armani Winfield. Rivals250 defensive backs JD Coffey and Ishmael Ibraheem are headliners on defense.

Team Grind made a couple of nice runs on the circuit last year and will be a team to watch this weekend.

The heart and soul of the team is three-star 2021 Duncanville (Texas) High wide receiver Roderick Daniels, a breakout star from the Texas state championships with offers from Arkansas, Kansas, Utah and others.

Dallas (Texas) Skyline safety Isaiah Nwakobia, a three-star 2021 prospect, has offers from Colorado, Kansas, Minnesota and others, and is the commander on defense.

Sooner 7v7 is making its way across the Red River and will be another threat. The Oklahoma-based team has a nice crop of talent, headlined by three-star cornerback Keaun Parker, who has offers from Arkansas, Baylor, Nebraska, Oregon and others.

Overall, this tournament is stacked with high-end talent and will be one of the best on the circuit this 7v7 season.