Georgia Future Stars: Augusta MVP’s and Headliners
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Just a day after the camp in DeKalb County, the Georgia Future Stars was in Augusta for another tryout camp. The Augusta outing continued the one theme that Future Stars has consistently seen at each camp: This 8th grade group, the class of 2027, may be collectively the most talented group to ever try out for the Georgia Future Stars in the 12 years of this event.
In a camp with a good group of linemen, defensive endproved that he was indeed the elite player that he was rumored to be. The Evans, Georgia native walked away with the camp MVP. Wuerth already has excellent size for a defensive end standing 6-1 and 210lbs as an 8th grader. His first step off the edge is explosive and he has good balance to bend the corner against some of the best offensive linemen. He is a no-nonsense player that hits the field ready to work, ever time. Wuerth has the potential to be playing big time football on Saturday’s, and possibly Sunday’s.
Massiveis a huge and physically dominating lineman. At 6-2 and 340 lbs. already, he will eventually have to shape his body in a high school program, but he has a tenacity and attitude to be an interior offensive lineman that would be sought after by all college programs.
Fresh off an offer from the University of Nebraska on Saturday,showed up at the Future Stars Camp on Sunday and displayed the amazing speed that landed him the Cornhuskers offer as just an eighth grader. Noah is everything a college is looking for in a scat back or slot, in today’s spread offenses. He has great vision, balance and understands how to put his foot in the ground and get north and south. One slight crease, and the kid nicknamed “Blur” displays his purported 4.4 speed. On a wet day, on grass, at the Future Stars Camp, he still ran a 4.6.
was another 8th grader that showed elite-level athleticism. Lothan has good length, standing 5’10 and has the ability to make dynamic plays wherever he lines up. He runs crisp routes getting in and exploding out of breaks. He attacks the ball in the air with excellent hands. He also displays the awareness and physicality to also be an elite safety recruit in high school.
Pair of 7th Graders Lead The Way for 2028 Prospects
Calvin Wynn Jr.
Calvin Wynn Jr.
Calvin Wynn Jr. won the 7th grade camp MVP. Calvin displays good size, speed, and football knowledge to be a very good linebacker as he continues to grow and develop.
Seventh-graderis one you could not miss at the camp. Standing a legitimate 6-6, Williams has the frame to become one of the most coveted recruits in the country, come high school. He has a slender but solid frame and moves well for a young kid his size. His reach, size and athletic ability make him a sure-fire elite recruit in a few years as an offensive tackle.
Want to Tryout for the Squad?
Future Stars was able to find more elite talent in the Augusta camp and have 3 camps remaining. You can register for the camps in Gwinnett County, Macon or Savannah at www.futurestarsgame.com