As the pool of football players nationally shrink the level of competition where football is played continues to rise. Today no matter the age all amateur athletes fall into 1 of 3 Classifications.
Non Competitive - Amateurs who are at a supreme physical disadvantage, or not athletically gifted enough to play the sport past Youth or High school. This athlete tops out in Youth and may become the depth in High school. If some work extremely hard they may be able to sneak into the developmental class.
Developmental - Most Amateurs fall in this class, these are athletes who are competitive within their age class, they will Make up your Highschool starters,and fill the depth of the major college divisions. These kids will be your starters, and play makers at the smaller divisions of Collegiate. Athletes who work hard and strengthen weaknesses may jump into the competitive class.
Competitive - These are our Nations Elite. The ones who are head and shoulders above their age class and has the ability to be Competitive in higher age classes. These kids will make up your NFL, and Major College Starters, The best of the best Fall here, and these are the kids who are listed!
In most cases by age 8 the elite begin to emerge, as they compete with peers. Athletes do jump classes with work, and any athlete can fall no matter how good they are. An athlete can become non competitive by the decisions off the field.
In no Specific Order these are the Competitive Youth Football players we have gotten a chance to come across. Any kid listed is GUARANTEED to be one of the best in his class.
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