ALBANY & MIDDLE GEORGIA CAMP RECAP
Another weekend of FSG Camps with only one weekend remaining, and this saw a lot of kids in Albany Camp at Lee County High School and the Middle Georgia Camp at Warner Robins High School that could not only make the roster, but make waves on the 2022 Team Georgia Future Stars Game teams.
The Warner Robins camp has been one loaded with athletes over the years and did not disappoint again this year. Saw lots of talent at each grade level in Warner Robins. The Albany camp had a very talented group of 8th graders that showed up and put on for the FSG staff.
Probably the kid from the weekend with the highest potential, and walked away with the 8th Grade MVP at the Albany Camp was Lasiah Jackson. At 6-2, Jackson clocked a 4.67 in the 40 making him the second fastest 8th grade time this year. Long with an incredible wingspan and great speed, he reminds me of a Terrell Owens. Not the quick receiver to get in and out of breaks, but big and strong to catch a slant and power through a tackle then outrun everybody for a TD.
Another kid to keep an eye on is 7th grader Trey Thompson from Kathleen Georgia. Thompson has a very well developed body and plays a very violent and physical brand of football. He is very strong, at 5-9 and 190lbs he will be a defensive terror for years to come. Big and physical enough to play middle linebacker or defensive end, athletic and agile enough to play outside linebacker or even running back on the offensive side of the ball.
The 6th grade team could pick up a lot of pieces from this weekend. Starting with QB Christian Cypher, the returning starter from last years 6th grade team had a very good showing at the Warner Robins Camp. Even in very windy conditions, he showed ability to make throws to every part of the field. The skill players for the 6th grade team were plentiful this weekend with explosive receivers like Justin Spivery and Justin Garman in Warner Robins or the young Braylon Cox from Albany camp. One raw talent that caught evaluators eyes was Jakimbrion Sheppard, a big OL from Cordele Georgia.
6th Grade MVP
Albany – Braylon Cox
Warner Robins – Christian Cypher
The 7th grade group added a lot of value this weekend. Including Thompson, Jaden Upshaw and Greg Batson were receivers at the Albany and Middle Georgia camps that were long, fast and very good hands. Upshaw walked away with the MVP at the Albany camp. The Middle Georgia camp was a chance to see two very good linemen in Jewun Westberry and Jakobe Bryant. The Georgia 7th grade team is shaping up as one of the most talented ones we have seen and this weekend added to what will be a very loaded roster.
7th Grade MVP
Albany – Jaden Upshaw
Warner Robins – Trey Thompson
We had two good size camps for the 8th graders this weekend and were able to see players at about every position group. Along with Jackson at WR, the electric Briston Blasingame was an explosive athlete that could be a game changer as a 3rd down back or a slot receiver. Kaiden Richardson was an explosive defensive end in Albany with a great first step. Carsyn Baker was an athlete that could probably play every position on the field outside of the offensive line. He is big, long, fast and talented. Jaiden Coleman was a linebacker that we loved his anticipation and football IQ that helped him make play after play during the live sessions. These camps should add lots of talent to the 8th grade roster
8th Grade MVP
Albany – Lasiah Jackson
Warner Robins – Briston Blasingame Final Camp......this Sunday at Meadowcreek High School