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Future Stars Game 2015: Cobb County 7th Grade Tryouts

 This past weekend the Future Stars Game tryouts rolled into Pebblebrook High School in Mableton, Georgia for their Cobb County tryouts.  Traditionally this has been one of the best tryouts every year for Team Georgia, and this year was certainly no different.  Across all three grade levels athletes showed up and showed out with over a dozen looking like near locks to make the team when it’s announced later this spring.  Cobb County featured several youth All-American’s, multiple athletes looking to make the squad again and even some new faces that made a difference.  Here’s a look at the top 7th graders from the Cobb County Tryouts:

Aiden Gaines - OL/DL

Without question one of the top interior offensive and defensive linemen in the class of 2020.  It came as no surprise to see, he continued to dominate his competition. Great footwork and very violent hands.  Has a very bright future.  Plays much bigger than 5-foot-10, 230 pounds.

Harrison Bailey - QB

Every time I see him he gets better. Makes throws well above his age.  Is surefire one of the top 5 youth players in the entire country for the class of 2020.  Just keeps growing and excelling, at 6’2, 178 pounds.  Can move around if needs to as well with a 5.34 in the forty yard dash.  This kid will be a big time D1 football player when his time comes.

William Brewer - RB

His speed and vision out of the backfield were special for his age. Great hands out of the backfield.  Displayed both straight line speed with a 7th grade-best 4.83 in the forty and a 4.62 in the shuttle. Very well built RB. Extremely dominate in 7on7/1on1 and took home the MVP playing on his home turf of Pebblebook.

Jalen Delaney - OLB/FB

Very athletic and physical, switched from LB to corner halfway through 7on7 and didn't miss a beat. Ballhawking player with great hips and hands.  Promising size as well, at 5-foot-8, 155 pounds.

Sincere Street - WR

Perhaps the surprise of the tryout here.  Excellent size at 6-foot-1, 160 pounds and excellent speed with a 4.84 in the forty yard dash.  Fundamentally sound, with great hands he uses to attack the ball at its highest point. Very good in 7on7, also switched over halfway to corner and performed well. 


Written by Youth1 Contributor John Towler



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