IMG 7v7 National Championship CLA Top Performers List

IMG 7v7 Nationals: Top Performers

Check out this list of top performers from the two best teams at this weekend's IMG 7v7 National Championship in Bradenton, Florida. CLA Sports was on-hand to see the action up-close as some of the top athletes from across the country gathered to compete for the coveted championship ring.

The two teams featured in finals were Team Tampa and South Florida Express. Both teams were stacked and provided a show for everyone in attendance as they faced off twice in the final round on Sunday. See the top recruits who balled out below.

George Campbell (WR/2015) No. 5

It's hard to not give Campbell the top player at the 2013 IMG 7v7 Nat'l Championship after his performance on offense and defense. Campbell proved to be a major factor at safety for Team Tampa. Campbell picked off a handful of passes over the weekend and displayed an ability to go up and get the ball at the highest point on a consistent basis.

On offense, Campbell was equally a threat. The 2015 6'5 190 wideout plucked the ball out of the air numerous times and also made a few acrobatic catches that you wouldn't expect out of a player with his size and length. Campbell is a top national prospect to say the least and will be one of the most coveted wide receiver recruits in the class of 2015. Campbell's list of schools is nearing 20 official offers from the likes of Florida, Florida State, Auburn, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Clemson, Georgia other top BCS programs.

Torrance Gibson (QB/ATH 2015) No. 23

As a high school quarterback, Gibson did not seem out of his element when he lined up at receiver. At 6'4" 200, the Plantation High School (FL) 2015 recruit showed flashes of greatness. Gibson has the speed to easily blow by defensive backs and is also a world-class 400M runner. At the end of the season, Gibson should be considered one of the best athletes in the nation.

At wideout, Gibson creates matchup problems with his size, speed, leaping ability and sure hands. As Gibson made play after play on the field, it began to look effortless for the senior-to-be. Gibson is set on playing quarterback at the next level and with that kind of freakish athleticism he will undoubtedly be dangerous at the collegiate level regardless of position. His offers list already includes Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame, Ohio State and more.

Chase Litton (QB/2014) No. 14

Recent South Florida 2014 QB commit Chase Litton stands 6'6" 190 and has legit game. Litton led Team Tampa to victory in the Championship game and showed that he has the ability to make all the necessary throws to excel at the college level.

Litton threw strikes to his receivers, he hit running backs out of the backfield, and most impressively, he was able to take something off the ball and complete several passes over the outstretched arms of defenders for touchdowns. You name it and Chase Litton can do it. Litton has great velocity on the ball and with his size and ability only time will tell for the USF commit.

Sam Bruce (WR/2016) No. 3

As one of the only impact players from the class of 2016 in attendance, Sam Bruce did not disappoint. Bruce is a shifty wide receiver and makes up for his lack of great size with his ability to make plays in the open field and catch everything thrown his way. Bruce has incredibly large hands and engulfs the football when he catches it.

At 5'7 170, Bruce should get a bit taller, but that hasn't stopped college coaches from offering and he'll be a top player in the class of 2016 when it's all said and done. Recruiting is just heating up for the young speedster out of University School (FL) and Sam Bruce has already racked up USC, Miami (FL), West Virginia, Michigan, Michigan State, Vanderbilt, UCF and more.

Artavis Scott (WR/2014) No. 7

Another wide receiver from Team Tampa that held his own was Artavis Scott from East Lake High School (FL). Scott has been blessed with speed, hands and athletic ability. Over the weekend he made several plays that left those in attendance in disbelief as he made other players on the field seem like they were running in quick sand. Fast is fast, but Scott is faster.

The 2014 recruit also made an incredible touchdown catch on a pass that very few other wideouts would have been able to haul in. Scott was a difference maker and contributed heavily to the success of Team Tampa. Scott is easily a top national recruit and has an offer list to prove it that includes Florida, Florida State, Notre Dame, Ohio State, West Virgina and a few dozen more.

Sean White (QB/2014) No. 12

South Florida Express 2014 quarterback Sean White was on point all weekend as he led his squad to the title game. White helped his team amass over 180 points on offense on day one and SFE went 4-0 during pool play.

At 6'2" 210, White has a strong arm and throws the deep ball very well, giving his receivers an opportunity to make plays down the field. White showed pinpoint accuracy and spread the ball equally amongst some of the top play-makers in South Florida. White looks to add to his offer list that includes FIU, Miami (OH), Boston College and others.

Tarvarus McFadden (DB/2015) No. 22

One of the players with the most upside at the IMG 7v7 National Championship has to be Tarvarus McFadden. As a 6'3 190 defensive back, McFadden has an uncanny ability to catch the ball at the highest point and made a few of the most athletic interceptions we've seen in a while.

You can't teach size or speed and defensive back Tarvarus McFadden has all the tools to be an elite player at the next level. McFadden is just blossoming and will undoubtedly get better. Amongst McFadden's early offers list are schools like LSU, Notre Dame, Penn State, Tennessee and plenty others.

Sony Michel (RB/2014) No. 14

One of the most physically impressive athletes over the weekend was Georgia Bulldogs 2014 RB commit Sony Michel. At a solid 6'0 220, Sony Michel can cut on a dime and made what was arguably the best open field move of the entire tournament. Michel caught a pass over the middle, paused, pointed at the defender and took off to the outside causing the entire SFE sideline to explode.

Michel caught at least 8 touchdowns over the weekend and was a match-up nightmare for any linebacker. Sony Michel's ability to cut and explode makes him one of the top running back recruits in the nation.

Ermon Lane (WR/2014) No. 21

The Homestead HS (FL) product showed why he's considered one of the top 2014 recruits in the nation. At 6'2" 175, Lane can play both wide receiver and defensive back. Over the weekend he was explosive and caught several passes in traffic and showed an ability to go over the top of smaller defensive backs.

Lane is one of most highly recruited players at his position in the nation. Ermon Lane holds offers from from nearly every conference with USC, Alabama, Miami (FL), Nebraska, Florida, Florida State, West Virginia, Cal and many more.

Byron Cowart (DE/2015) No. 6

6'3" 255 defensive end Byron Cowart already looks like a college player. The 2015 DE could have been the biggest player in attendance. Cowart also played tight end and during the round of pool play on day one he leapt over a defender in the corner of the end zone and snatched the ball away with ease for a ridiculous touchdown. Cowart holds offers from the likes of Florida State, Florida, Alabama, UCF, Miami (FL), Vanderbilt and many others.

Travis Rudolph (WR/2014) No. 4

Travis Rudolph from Cardinal Newman in West Palm Beach, FL has to be one of the most physically impressive wide receivers in the country. At 6'0 190, Rudolph is incredibly lean and passes the eye test instantly with arms built like an NFL receiver. Rudolph was the target of many Sean White touchdown passes over the weekend and he was able to get open with ease and routinely beat corners off the line with his strength and speed.

Travis Rudolph showed that he can go get the deep ball and also catch passes over the middle and in traffic with his hands. He has dozens of offers from school such as Oregon, West Virginia, Alabama, Nebraska and Florida.