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Top Players Who Stood Out at the SPE Elite National Football Camp 2024

Updated: Feb 9

The stage was set at the SPE Elite National Football Camp 2024, where aspiring athletes converged to showcase their skills and make a lasting impression. In this comprehensive recap, we highlight the cream of the crop – the top players who left an indelible mark with their exceptional performances, standout plays, and remarkable athleticism.


SPE Camp/Overall MVP - Kobe Adeleke Hokes (Ga.) Peachtree HS Kobe Adeleke Hoke created a buzz with his athleticism, dominating the 1-on-1s and displaying a versatile skill set in 7on7 that caught the attention of all the coaches. He will be garnering offers from notable programs very soon, Kobe is poised for a bright future in football he took a unofficial visit to University of Houston.



Top QB MVP - Savélio Niumata (Ca.) Edison HS 6'4 lean 215 pound Niumata wowed spectators with his arm strength, anticipation, and accuracy, showcasing the skills that propelled him to an impressive junior season. Niumata is a quarterback to watch, this upcoming season. He took unofficial visits to Rice, Texas A&M, and PV.





  1. Top DB MVP Caleb Ricks (La.) St. Amant High School Ricks, a junior defensive back, stood tall at 6-foot-3 and 180 pounds. Unfazed by the weather, Ricks exhibited confidence in man-to-man coverage and showcased physicality when pressing opponents. His solid makeup of speed, sizes and fearless approach, even engaging in off coverage during 1v1 drills, he hinted that he looks to head toward a bright future as a rising star at defensive back.



  1. Top DL MVP Roman Paseka (Ca.) San Juan Hills (2026) In a setting where defensive linemen often face challenges to stand out, Roman Paseka, a prospect from the class of 2026, defied expectations. Though listed at 6-foot-4, Roman appeared every bit of his listed 275 pounds. Impressively strong and quick, he showcased remarkable agility during individual drills and dominated one-on-one matchups, making him a prospect to watch for future seasons.


  1. Top WR MVP Kelyn Washom (TX) Aldine Nimitz HS Washom, a wide receiver from Texas, already holds offers from prominent college programs UNLV and Washington. Despite adverse weather affecting catching conditions, Kelyn displayed smooth routes and exceptional ball control. His precise route-running and ability to secure catches away from his body, even in challenging weather, marked him as a top-tier wideout.



  1. Top QB Runner Brady Edmunds (Ca.) Huntington Beach HS (2027) Brady Edmunds, a quarterback with a physique more reminiscent of a tight end at 6-foot-5 and 210 pounds, freshman who broke all the school records at his high school throwing for 2,691 yards 24TD's caught the eye of the media and many scouts with his unique blend of size and skills. Edmonds showcased strong arm strength and impressive velocity on short to intermediate throws, making him a potential force in the pocket.



Other Notable Talents:


Top (S) MVP Darville Allen (TX) Willis HS the 5'9 160 pound defensive back was excellent at the camp playing multiple positions put him in the race to be overall camp MVP runner up. With his nimble footwork and swift acceleration during drills, Darville Allen from Willis, Texas, displayed promise.


  • Top LB MVP Tylon Rydolph Willowridge HS (2025, Houston, TX) Versatile athlete Tylon Rydolph caught attention with his standout play during 1v1's and during drills, showcasing potential for multiple roles at the collegiate level.


  • Top OL MVP (3) Ashdon Wnetrzak (Ca.) Sierra Canyon (2025) Hailing from California, offensive tackle Ashdon Wnetrzak check in at 6'8 320 pounds demonstrated impressive footwork and well-coached technique, providing a glimpse of his potential in the trenches. He went on unofficial visits to Texas A&M, University of Houston, and PV. He currently has offers from Maryland, Northen Arizona, Oregon, San Diego St., UNLV.



  • Top WR MVP (3) Jaden Perry (Ga.) Dacula HS Class of 2025 wide receiver Jaden Perry showcased exceptional catching ability and separation, projecting her as a rising star in the receiving corps.



  • Top DB MVP runner up Syre Gilmore (Ca.) Serra , Syre Gilmore a DB from California, demonstrated elusive moves and quick bursts during drills, leaving an impression despite the challenging weather conditions. He is one to watch for this upcoming season.


Fastest man RB Edward Kelly (TX) Klien was the Fastest Man Award Winner at the SPE Elite National Camp 2024. He showcase nice ability during 1v1's.




  • Top RB MVP (3) Jerome Harris Jr. (La.) Southern Lab , Jerome a RB from Louisiana, demonstrated elusive moves and quick bursts during drills during 1v1's. His ability to catch out the backfield is a important trait at the next level.


Jalen Mickens (TX) Willis HS is possible the top slot receiver in the state. He brings the IT factor on every play. He has tremendous IQ for understanding scheme. His speed and hands were on display at the loaded WR camp. He is very elusive and recorded a 4.48 at the camp. He already holds lots of interest from prominent college programs.




Top (DB) MVP Jabaric Sullivan (TX) Woodlands HS defensive back was excellent at the camp. he constantanly put himself in postion to make plays on the ball during 1v1's. He also had a pick six in 7v7 period.



  •  Mati Jefferson (Ca.) St. John Bosco (2025) from California, offensive stud and Arizona St. commit check in at 6'4 350 pounds showcased impressive footwork and well-coached technique. With offers from Texas, UNLV, Arizonia St.



These standout performers are just a snapshot of the remarkable talent displayed at the SPE Elite Camp. With more revelations expected in the coming weeks, this list of top performers will be updated.





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