The 7on7 Pylon season is coming to a close, with the championship tournament taking place this weekend in Chicago. Some of the nation’s best teams and prospects are competing in the event, making it one of the top leagues of the summer with the season just around the corner.
Coastline Stars were among the teams invited to the tournament. They mainly include potential customers from Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida.
The team is led by two of the best expansion prospects in the country. 2023 Ayden Williams and 2024 White Noel are considered promising Rivals250 with matching offers. Two catchers made the lineup headlines when the Coastline Stars wanted to make some noise at the 7on7 Pylon Championship.
Ayden Williams is a 5.9 4-star prospect in the 2023 recruiting cycle. The 180-pound, 6-2 catcher is an outsider with his ability to win matches in a variety of ways. . Williams is being pursued by the SEC, with Ole Miss, LSUand South Carolina all in dispute for his commitment. Georgia, Mississippi State, Jackson Stateand other factors are still factors.
Noreel White is part of a crop with strong 2024 prospects in the state of Magnolia. White showed off at the Rivals Underclassmen Challenge earlier this summer, turning around by showing off as one of the top pass catchers at camp. Mississippi State, Miss Ole, and State of Florida are all factors in the recruitment of potential customers Rivals250.
Williams and White are one of two great punches for the Coastline Stars, but Isaiah Spencer is a solid prospect in his own right. Center catcher Madison (Miss.) has been shown to have the ability to stretch the court and be a reliable target in a strong high school strike. Spencer recently committed Miss South.
Signal Caller 2023 Petal (Miss.) Deljay Bailey is the one tasked with delivering the stones to the players of the Coastline Stars. Bailey stands at 6-2 and tops out at 200 pounds, has good size in the back of the center along with strong arm talent. Bailey holds many G5 offers, including Akron and South Alabama.
Kelvon McBride is wrapping up his competitive days with the Coastline Stars before heading to the SEC next year. The Vanderbilt The pledge is large at 6-4 and close to 200 pounds. McBride is a versatile player who can play a little bit everywhere in defence.
Mobile (Ala.) St. Paul’s is safe Christopher Bracy was another important Coastline Stars player. Bracy is a 6-1, 180-pound defensive force reporting an SEC offer from Kentucky ahead of his final season at prep level. Iowa, Marshalland South Alabama are also within sight.
Other prospects for Coastline Stars
– Jeleel FlemingVicksburg (Miss.)
– Kieron JonesHarrison Central (Miss.)
– Will JamesTheodore (Ala.)
– Nate SheppardMandeville (La.)
– Colby ZieglerMandeville (La.) Lakeshore
– Omarion LewisChicago (Illustrated) Kentwood Academy
– JT RobinsonHarrison Central (Miss.)
– Jamarion BowlingJackson (Miss.) Callaway
– Gavin BrownGulfport (Miss.)
– Cayden burgersPetal (Miss.)
– Damarcco BlantonNatchez (Miss.) Adams County Christian School
– Anthony RogersLaurel (Miss.)
– Tyrese ThomasPensacola Pine Forest (Fla.)