NWEFC Running Back MVPs Reviewed

The Northwest Elite Camp was as expected the biggest camp of the year and some campers are landing offers this week in the wake of the camp. Many more are receiving an increase in recruiting calls and still others are landing invites to Junior Days and college camps. Let’s have a look at the official Camp MVP’s by position and give credit to these guys for taking the All Camp awards. Today we post the Running Back MVP’s and some of our own All Camp Noiminees.
Running Backs
Rashaad Boddie – Skyline High School (WA) 2016- 6’1/2″ – 220 lbs
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MVP- Skyline 2016 Prospect Rashaad Boddie showed his footwork and speed when matched with his 220 lb size make him a terrific prospect.Watch the 6’1/2″ stud run wild here -
Rey Green- Evergreen High School- 2016- 5’11″- 190 lbs
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MVP Rey Green Of Evergreen High School was quick and smooth in the drills at Camp. He like Boddie is a 2016 Grad and has one offer already. He will power the ground game for the plainsmen this season! Catch Reyy’s Film Here!
Kejuan Coleman – Cascade Everett (WA) – 2015 Prospect – 5’10″ – 190 lbs.
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MVP – Kejuan Coleman is so smooth and fluid in his pass and run drills and it all translates onto the field. In the drills versus the linebacker he earned the right to be a Camp MVP proving too much for the linebackers. He is a 2015 prospect from Cascade HS (Everett-WA). Watch Kejuan here!
Tony Hill - Bellevue High School – 5’10″- 215 lbs- 2015 Prospect
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MVP- Tony Hill of Bellevue came into camp and just got after it. The powerhouse back was crisp in drills and tough as nails in the 1-1 battles. He is just making a name for himself at Bellevue and started it off good so far this Summer.
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NWPR Break OUT MVP-Jack Bamis of Gonzaga Prep in Spokane (WA) is an unbelievable athlete. The young man was the biggest of the back and has a 7′ wingspan. He can play anywhere with anyone and if I was a Coach I would be in Spokane now or getting Jack to a Camp. This talent was undeniable and he was in the final MVP pool- He showcased big time speed and skill –Watch Jack get it done here-Click Jack Bamis- Gonzaga Prep – 2015- 6’2″- 205 lbsHere to view this Link.
Others will be added to our All Camp Team as the next week of coverage unfolds!
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