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NUC Sports Florida Five Star MVP’s 9.9

NUC Sports Florida Five Star MVP’s


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NUC Draft Guru's Rating System looks at the following key area's of the players performance and calculated potential at the next level:

1 - Position Skills9.9

3 - Explosion9.9
4 - Technique9.9
5 - Playmaking9.9
6- Potential9.9
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DeAndre Gordon is DL MVP at 72″ 269 pd ( This young man can play NT and 1 Tech , quick first step and has a motor )

Marcus Williams class of 2018 LB MVP at 73″ 186 pd ( Physical can run good hips )

Keith Mclaurin our RB MVP he is from Connecticut 71″ 167 pd ( quick, good hands , give him space and he is gone.

Peyton Xayasone he is class of 2018 our DB MVP at 72″ 196 ( Strong , quick feet , can turn run and locate the ball very well)

Tarik McKinzie class of 2018 QB MVP 75″ 177 ( Strong Arm , can move in the pocket , his follow through very smooth )

Marcus Taylor Class of 2018 WR MVP 66″ 155 pd ( He can get in and out of his routes and create great separation from his defender, good hands )

Isaac Walker class of 2018 DL MVP  77″ 357 pd ( This young man can play NT, 1 Tec, or 3 Tec , Very Strong and knows how to use his hands )

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