Youth1 Live In-Game Evaluations Vol. 2 | Youth1

Youth1 Live In-Game Evaluations Vol. 2

Youth1 will bring you evaluations of youth football prospects that we get to see in person during the season.  Most of these prospects are currently in the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. 

You can check out Vol. 1 of the 2023 in-game evaluations here.

Edyn Johnson | Quarterback | Susquehanna Township | 2027

I saw a little of Edyn Johnson during a 7-on-7 earlier this summer. This was the first opportunity to see him in a game-setting and he did not disappoint. He threw three touchdown passes against Red Land during the scrimmage. Johnson's performance was impressive, except for one unforced error. Overall, Johnson did a great job of making excellent decisions with the football and giving his big playmakers an opportunity to make plays.

Amir Russell | Defensive Back | Wide Receiver | Susquehanna Township  

Amir Russell might have the best combination of size and athleticism out of all of Susquehanna Township’s players. Offensively, he caught a long touchdown pass and broke off a pleasant run for a big gain. Defensively, he made a couple of tackles and intercepted a pass. He’s one of the many versatile football players on Susquehanna Township.

Tyjuan Gault Jr. | Defensive Back – Running Back | Susquehanna Township | 2028

Tyjuan Gault had an impressive all-around performance during his team’s scrimmage against Red Lion. He popped a few good runs on offense, caught at least one pass, and broke up a couple of passes. Gault impressed me with the way he broke on the football. He read the quarterback’s eyes in both instances and jumped in the passing lane and tip the football. Solid defensive back play never goes unnoticed.

Gaige LeVier | Offensive and Defensive Lineman | Susquehanna Township | 2028

Gaige LeVier is an offensive lineman prospect that I’ve saw in camp settings at least three times during the offseason. He’s always competitive and never shies away from going up against linemen that are bigger than him. He improved by training with former NFL player Jaimie Thomas and facing tough competitors during the off-season.. In his first two scrimmage games, he’s helped open holes for his running backs and has been in the backfield of opposing offensive lines. He’s going to be one of the more technically sound linemen in the league this year.

Jashaun Palmer | Quarterback – Defensive Back | Chambersburg

Jashaun Palmer plays both safety and quarterback for the Chambersburg Trojans. It’s his performance at the quarterback position against the Harrisburg Cougars that earned him a spot on this list. He’s a mobile quarterback that’s able to push the ball down the field. Palmer completed several passes which included two that went for touchdowns. One of those touchdowns was a sweet throw by Palmer to Ashton Ewing down the right sideline. He also ran for a touchdown.

Ashton Ewing | Athlete | Chambersburg | 2028

Ashton Ewing was a big factor in the passing game for Chambersburg against Harrisburg. He caught a long pass from his quarterback (see above) for a touchdown and he caught a touchdown pass in the red zone. Ewing lined up as both a tight-end and H-Back for Chambersburg. His ability to block on the perimeter enabled the Chambersburg running backs to get yards outside of the tackle box.

Stay tuned to Youth1 for more in-game evaluations during the 2023 season. Click here to find out how you can build your brand with Youth1.



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