Edmund McAllister III from Pickerington OH | Youth1

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Edmund McAllister III

  • Pickerington, OH
  • 2010
  • 4' 11''
  • 105
  • 2029
  • Pickerington Tigers
    CEstars Elite 7v7
    Ohio Heat
  • Football
  • Athlete
  • Football
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Scouting Report

McAlister is dynamic with the ball in his hands. He uses his speed and quickness to rack up big chunks of yardage. His ability to evade defenders is remarkable. Once he gets loose in the open field, he won't stop until he picks up every yard he can. Give him the rock and he'll make a big play for your offense. He really shines when running the ball on the edges. Once he hits the outside, he likes to turn up field along the sidelines as he makes his way to the endzone.

Highlight videos



  • Year
  • 2018
    MVP - Ohio Elite Showcase Game
  • 2017
    MVP - Show down in Buckeye City Tournament
  • 2018
    AAU 60 Meter and 200 Meter Indoor National Champion
  • 2019
    AAU 60m, 200m, 400m Indoor National Champion
  • 2019
    Diamond Youth All American Bowl Invite
  • 2017
    Youth Probowl All-American Invite
  • 2019
    SEC Youth All American Game Invite
  • 2019
    Grid Iron Hard Athlete of the Year
  • 2019
    MVP - Grid Iron Hard All Star Showcase Game


School Name HS Graduation GPA
Diley Middle School 2029 4.0

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Goals and about me

My Dream Goal
My Dream Goal is be the number 1 all purpose back recruit in the country and gain a Division 1 Athletic Scholarship to a school of my choice.
My Individual Season Goal
Win the league Championship | Selected to play in All star game | Ranked as the top 10U player in the country.
About me
Unlike most children, I dedicate my time outside of school, games, and track events training with my father Edmund Jr. My father and I spend countless hours training and perfecting my skills daily. Neither myself or father takes time off. Some of our mottos are “pain is temporary pride is forever, hard work requires dedication and make it a priority to work hard now so that things become easier later.” But when I am not training with my father I make it an obligation to have do no less than 100 passes and catches, 100 pushups, 100 sit-ups, and countless pull-ups everyday.
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