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302 Elite Athletes would like to present the you the 2019-2020 RNRTOP100 14U|NORTH|RANKINGS. These Young men are the Cream of the Crop of the North, They have either submitted film, or they have Attended an Elite Athletes Top 100 Combine, or Attended The 2019 Mid-Atlantic Showcase Games, Some kids were even recommended by our Official Top 100 Scouts.

(14U WR Elijah “Megatron” Moore White oak Warriors)

Elijah “Megatron” Moore is the type of player that can win you big games, his ability to leap over defenders for jump balls enables him to be an immediate deep ball threat on any down, Elijah runs crisp routes & has very soft hands, Elijah also possesses great ball-skills & athleticism with his 6’3 frame as just an 8th grade he has adopted the Nickname "Megatron" for his similar style of play. Elijah was a Major piece to the White Oak warriors 2019 National championship run as he scored many touchdowns. Elijah was also selected to play in the AYF All-American game due to his outstanding play during the 2019 season. "Megatron" is a very Productive WR that has a D1 Frame. It will be exciting to watch this young phenom blossom in the years to come.

(14U CB Omillio Agard Maryland Heat, MD)

Omillio Agard comes in as our top-rated defensive back after having a Breakout 2019 campaign. Omillio is a technically sound class of 2024 prospect that is the ideal size for CB position, Omillio is equipped with long arms which enable's him to deflect many passes in coverage. Elite Athletes Scouting network was on hand earlier this season to record Interception for a touchdown against nationally ranked Miami Gardens Ravens & i must say “The Crowd went bananas” as Omillio retuned it 60yds for a TD. Omillio later played in the UA All-American game where he also had an Interception. This kid is a lock down CB that can really tackle like a Safety, He can play in any defensive scheme because of his on-field IQ. Omillio is the type of player that may end up playing many snaps on varsity next season as a Freshman in high school.

(RB Jameer “The Bull” Reeder Freeport Red Ravens, NY)

Jameer Reeder burst on to the scene in the 2019 Mid-Atlantic Showcase games as he put on a dominating performance scoring offensively & defensively. “The Bull” is a very aggressive downhill running back that has a smooth-running style that mirrors the late great Eddie George. In 2019 Jameer helped lead his Freeport Red Ravens 13U team to the UYFL national semi-finals, “The Bull Possesses great vision & power while running the ball, when he hits the second level LBs & DB’s have trouble tackling this kid because he runs like a “Bull”. Jameer is a kid that should see some Varsity snaps in New York, He simply is a unique breed at RB that fans love to see. Sky's the limit for this kid he is Built-Ford & Tough.

(RB Gideon Ituka Maryland Heat, MD)

Gideon Ituka quickly became a Household name In the Youth football world after leading and being the face of the top 8th Grade team in the Atlantic Region the Maryland Heat. Ituka had a very productive year on the National Youth football circuit leading his team to the YNC national semifinal, The kid holds a Verbal offer from the University of Maryland and looks to garner much more attention as his career progresses and he matures. Ituka is built like a college RB standing 5’9 205lbs the kid is a force for any 8th grader to tackle in the hole or in space, Ituka is a Dangerous one-cut runner with great initial burst when going downhill. Expect to hear about this kid early in his high school campaign. Ituka also was a 2019 UA Next All-American.

(FB Jah’sear Whittington NP Blackhawks, PA)

FB Jah’sear Whittington topped off his youth football career being ranked as one of the top 8th grade football players in the entire nation after he helped the NP Blackhawks defeat the stallions in the UYFL national championship this past season. Jah’sear is a Fullback that is extremely effective in short yardage situations carrying the football. Mr. Whittington often runs through opposing defenders & is very efficient at lead blocking. Jah’sear really blows defenders up with the ball in his hands or without because of how well he transitions his weight in motion. This rising star is just as talented on defense at DE|LB as Elite Athletes scouting network was on hand to watch him record 3.5 tackles for loss vs NP Swag-hawks earlier this year. “Jah’sear really has a great nose for the ball and will be a defensive stud on the next level”.

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