By Jerry Williamson
The Pop Warner Divison 1 National Champions (Jr. Midgets) offense -- featured one of the fastest and dynamic offensive athletes in the country. Unlike, most middle school student-athletes who measures their speed using a stop watch. Shamar, recorded a dangerously fast' electronically timed 4.88, 40-yard dash this past summer attending Generation Nexxt Ultimate Skills Challenge.
To give you a better idea, just how fast the class of 2020 prospect really is. Just like a motor vehicle. Shamar, can reach up to 15-20 miles per hour -- that's exactly how fast this young man is moving on the gridiron.
This upcoming fall, the high school program that's fortunate to have this young man on campus -- will be bless with a leader, winner and of course, top end speed and versatility. Making it nearly impossible to place him on junior varsity.
Shamar, can play running back, cornerback and return kicks. He's just as good at cornerback, after watching him several times at all-star try outs.
Due to multiple mercy rule outcomes this season. Shamar, rarely played all four quarters and the stat that doesn't appear, is how he was used as a decoy on jet sweeps that created running lanes for his teammates to score several touchdowns. Shamar, made plays even when he didn't make plays.
Shamar, still managed to record over 1,200 all-purpose yards and 14 - rushing touchdowns on the season. His numbers would have been double, if not for his "Steel Curtain" (Steelers) like defense.
Shamar is perhaps the top home-run hitter in So. Florida for the class of 2020. Myself and including others -- are looking forward to watching this humble and electrifying student-athlete at the next level -- for the next four years.