Savannah Camp Top Performers 2018
Team Georgia for the Future Stars Game has its first tryout camp for the 2018 game. Future Stars will travel the state picking the top middle school players for the annual Florida versus Georgia Future Stars Game.
This first camp took Future Stars to Savannah. Future Stars has gotten some of the top players in the country out of Savannah like Dee Robertson and 2019 defensive end Nolan Smith.
Some top performers from this camp are listed below.
Tylar Belcher – The lightening fast 8th grader made the trip from Lowdnes County to the Savannah camp to put his skills on display. Belcher has sprinters speed with and amazing ability to change direction and accelerate. He has very good hands that make him a homerun threat out of the backfield. As a result of his performance, Belcher walked away with the camp 8th MVP award.
Zaquan Bryan – Bryan was a silky smooth athlete that was as comfortable on offense as he was on defense. The Savannah native has the athletic ability to excel and several positions on offense. Kid with a good attitude and work ethic, that landed him the 7th grade camp MVP award.
Jamal Bing – Bing, along with Bryan, were clear standouts in the 7th grade group of the camp. Much like Bryan, Bing is capable of being successful at many positions but we think he has a skill set to be most productive as a defensive back.
Xavier Carter – Carter is a name to watch in the future. The 6-1 and 170lbs 6th grader has a very high ceiling. He has the perfect frame and great speed that you find in elite level defensive ends. Carter is very raw and would need to continue working and learning his craft, but his size and natural ability are a raw set that can see him as a top high school recruit in a few years. Carter was named the 6th grade camp MVP.
Each of these kids have extremely bright futures and names to watch in years to come.