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2014 Hotbed All-American Combine Series Names 41 Youth All-Americans


Miami, FL– The 2014 Football Hotbed All-American combine series has concluded and over 40 youth All-Americans were selected giving them national distinction of being called at youth All-American.  In addition, each athlete in the 6th, 7th and 8th grade named an All-American by Football Hotbed received a GOLDEN TICKET and the invitation to play in Football Hotbed’s first Youth All-American game this January in Jacksonville, FL.

Football Hotbed, that nation’s leading youth football multi-media platform, set out to go to ever region of the country looking for the best youth football talent and completed its mission.  All-American combines were held in Rockledge, Fla. (Central Florida), Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (South Florida), Atlanta, Chicago, Baltimore, Houston, Jacksonville (National Combine) and Long Beach, California.

To date, the Football Hotbed All-American Combine Series is the most extensive and comprehensive search for youth football talent ever.  It’s also an unprecedented effort by the three year old organization which tested youth athletes in the same four disciplines gaining metrics for use as a national average for over 100 combine participants nationwide. Testing each youth athlete in the 40 yard dash, power ball toss, broad jump and three cone shuttle, Football Hotbed talent evaluators lead by publisher Brandon Odoi, were able to compare athletes across the country using real metrics and based on in person evaluation.

Our total All-American tally across three classes 2019 (8th graders), 2020 (7th graders) and 2021 (6th graders) will eventually reach 210 athletes.  Each class will be composed of two 35-man rosters.  Our combine series selected 41 and an additional group of athletes named to our watch list during the combines will be given All-American distinction in the coming weeks.  In total, we’ll be naming 169 All-Americans during the month of September.  To submit an All-American candidate, email us at AllAmerican@footballhotbed.com for grades 6th, 7th and 8th grade (include Full name of the athlete, height, weight, league, team, number and a highlight film and also include contact information for the parents and player’s head coach).

Here a list of All-Americans according to grade classification.  Hotbed will host a 6th, 7th and 8th grade All-American game to be played on January 3, 2015 in Jacksonville.  Travel information will be made available on Football Hotbed beginning next week, after Labor Day.  Bowl week will begin on New Year’s Eve of 2014 and run through the game with exciting events, intense and competitive practices and great friendships woven in between.  Remember, it’s a Hotbed World!

Class of 2019 All-Americans

1. Griffin Helm (QB), St. Augustine, FL —Central Florida Combine

2. Malik Brown (RB), Jacksonville, FL — Central Florida Combine

3. Jalen Mitchell, (RB), Rockledge, FL — Central Florida Combine

4. Sam Brooks, Jr. (TE), Miami, FL –South Florida Combine

5. Willie Davis IV (ATH) Miami, FL — South Florida Combine

6. Matt Geimer (DB) Pembroke Pines, FL — South Florida Combine

7. Daniel Richardson (QB) Pembroke Pines, FL — South Florida Combine

8. Jordan Nadelman (K) Miami, FL — South Florida Combine

9. Trevor Smith (RB) Lithia Springs, GA — Southeast Combine

10. Kayle ‘KJ’ Wallace (WR) Kennesaw, GA —  Southeast Combine

11. Trevon Salter (LB) Atlanta, GA — Southeast Combine

12. Malik Washington (DB) Atlanta, GA — Southeast Combine

13. Alex Contreas (LB) Suwanee, GA–  Southeast Combine

14. Owen Pappoe (DE) Lawrence, GA — Southeast Combine

15. Jakori Jones (QB) Loganville, GA —  Southeast Combine

16. Jajuan White (LB) Atlanta, GA —  Southeast Combine

17. Hank Roberteau (OL) Duluth, GA —  Southeast Combine

18. Chilton Tolliver (OL) Duluth, GA — Southeast Combine

19. Jkai Clark (OC) Lawrenceville, GA — Southeast Combine

20. Malik Webb (DB) Palmetto, GA — Southeast Combine

21. Justin Foster (DB) Fayetteville, GA — Southeast Combine

22. Jalen Roach (WR) Conyers, GA — South Florida Combine

23. Tavion Cudger (LB) Atlanta, GA —  Southeast Combine

24. Calen Johnson (DT) Stone Mountain, GA —  Southeast Combine

25. Da’Shaun Brown (RB) Racine, WI –Midwest Combine

26. Xavier Goldsmith (DB)  Chesterfield, MI –Midwest Combine

27. Sam Johnson III (QB) Detroit, MI –Midwest Combine

28. Josh McKenzie (DB) Wall, NJ –East Coast Combine

29. Keshawn King (RB) Apopka, FL –National Combine (Jacksonville, FL)

30. Antoine Davis (DB) Macon, GA — National Combine (Jacksonville, FL)

31. Ryan Hilinksi (QB) Claremont, CA — West Coast Combine

 

Class of 2020 All-Americans

1. Harrison Bailey (QB) Powder Springs, GA — Southeast Combine

2. Mbiti Williams (DB) Grayson, GA — Southeast Combine

3. Anthony Romphf (QB) Lansing, MI –Midwest Combine

Mbiti Williams with Brandon Odoi (Football Hotbed)

Mbiti Williams with Brandon Odoi (Football Hotbed)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019 QB Harrison Bailey Hotbed All-American

2019 QB Harrison Bailey Hotbed All-American

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class of 2021 All-Americans

1. Katravis Geter (ATH) Miami Gardens, FL — South Florida Combine

2. Antwan Massie (DB) Miami, FL — South Florida Combine

3. Torrie Cox (ATH) Miami Gardens, FL — South Florida Combine

4. Peter Zamora (QB) Davie, FL — Ft. Lauderdale Combine

5. Tyler Cain (DT) Locust Grove, GA — Southeast Combine

6. Parker Cason (OL) –National Combine (Jacksonville, FL)

7. Wesley Staggs (OL) — National Combine (Jacksonville, FL)

Massie, Geter, Cox and Zamora with Brandon Odoi (Football Hotbed)

Massie, Geter, Cox and Zamora with Brandon Odoi (Football Hotbed)


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  1. I am the Football University i350 Recruiting Director for South Texas. Here is an athlete that did not make the final cut for the Eastbay National Championship team. However, this athlete is stellar and brings another level of dominance to the field. I think he will be an asset to your game as well. Let me know your thoughts. Thank you

    Rashad Wisdom
    Judson Middle School
    Class of 2019
    Jersey #39

    Personal Statistics:
    Height: 5’5’
    Weight: 150
    Shuttle: 4.69
    Vertical: 20”
    Powerball Toss: 20’
    Squat: 250
    40 yard dash: 4.9
    Bench: 140
    Broad jump: 7’5”

    Game Statistics:
    2013: 8 games-1,150 rushing yards, 17 TD’s, 0 fumbles

    Academics:
    Class year 2014-A honor roll
    Tested for gifted and talented program
    Student of the month for September

    Athletic Honors:
    MVP of 2006 TYFA Championship
    MVP of 2011 Najiff Championship
    Selected to TYFA All Star Game
    Interviewed by Varsity Prospects (varsityprospects.com)
    Played on 2012 FBU Team San Antonio
    Played on 2013 FBU Team Austin
    Selected to play on 2014 FBU Team San Antonio
    Running Back MVP at Texas Showcase Combine

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyK_bS42HCo
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  2. Need info on upcoming combine in ft.lauderdale, my grandson will be there for quarerback challenge. His name is Lawrence grimes, he is 13yrs old and has some of the best mechanics you have ever seen.

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