TheFINALS All-America Showcase featured competition among the top high school football prospects in the country with athletes traveling to the midwest from coast-to-coast.
The FINALS All-America Showcase invitation-only event designed for prospects with D1 potential to showcase their skill and will feature competition and an environment designed to bring the best out of each athlete on a big stage. Athletes are chosen from each Six Star Football Showcase event to advance to The FINALS.
Ashton Coffey, 160, WR, 2024, Lincoln North Star (Neb.) @ashtoncoffey6
Nebraska football get ready, a big talent coming into his junior season and one of the guys that is a pure football player and can be a versatile weapon on offense also, good hands and good footwork, along with vision and a nice ability to make would be tacklers miss in the open field highlight his resume of impressive attributes and skills. Two big years left also, we think Coffey will be in for a very impressive year as a junior at Lincoln North Star. Can play all over the field from RB/WR and defensively DB or LB. His versatility can be big and we look for him to be one of those do it all kind of players as needed for the program at Lincoln North Star High School.
Tanner Esch, 6-0, 170, WR, 2024, Columbus (Neb.) @EschTanner
A top athlete among the best we have seen this offsesaon from Nebraska, the Columbus High WR and impressive athlete is on a stacked junior and senior class at Columbus, a team loaded with college recruits and Esch could end up being the top athlete on the team with his speed and ability to make some big grabs down the field at WR. Esch impressed at the 6Star Football Showcase in Nebraska early on this offseason and had the sixth best broad jump mark overall of 9’0. One of the guys that really jumped out to us as a riser among athletes and hot prospects in the Nebraska class of 2024. Esch is a WR that has speed and skills and is one of those athletes that can use his speed to be a go that will be more and more of a key go to WR and offensive weapon in the passing attack for Columbus in 2022.
Morgan Finkenbinder, 5-10, 175, WR, 2024, Skutt Catholic (Neb.) @MoFinkenbinder
A multiple sport standout who has good hands and footwork. He is listed at 5’10, 175-pounds and can get up and make catches through the air and also create some on the ground. He has a good ability to complete catches in unlikely situations and can seal off defenders and make catches through contact. He is a well-conditioned player who runs hard and is able to create separation and is good at completing plays and and can give the QB a quick out when he’s under pressure. He also recorded a 4.72 laser timed 40-yard dash.
Jmarii Jones, 6-2, 190, WR, 2024, Flanagan (Fla.) @jmarii7
Another strong and confident athlete who has a good combination of size, strength and overall muscle tone. He has quick speed and good footwork and is able to use his length to his advantage in one-on-one situations. A player who isn’t maxed out yet physically and shows good promise in his game and the ability to make catches above his head and then turn and create on the ground. A player who has also seen time as a blocking tight end and defensive end and his quickness and overall strength has helped him wherever he is placed.
Bryce Lisaka, 5-10, 175, WR, 2024, Park Hill (Mo.)
One of the Kansas City area WR prospects coming up in the junior class of ’24, this Park Hill High School WR is a fast player that can make some things happen and has a good athletic frame to make big plays happen and motor through the lanes on the field after the catch. Could end up being a riser in his class with a big performance season on the field. Looks like an athlete to keep an eye on this up and coming season ahead.
Titan Osburn, 6-3, 165, WR, 2024, Washburn Rural (Kan.) @TitanOsburn
One of those eye catching talents for both size and hands, a longer 6-3 and a very rangy play maker in the open field for a team looking to throw the ball a lot again this 2022 season ahead. This long and athletic play maker is one of the big names to know in the Kansas class of ‘24, a longer target at 6-3, no doubt a passing attack at Washburn Rural will have Osburn being a big time go to target and among the top pair of big targets to get the ball to. Osburn also reports a 33 inch vertical and a 4.6 time in the 40 yard dash so he is one of those athletes that has it all, size, speed, hops and big time skills. One to have on the high radar watch list.
Xavier Strickland, 6-0, 160, WR, 2024, Leavenworth (Kan.) @_Xaviers1
One of the players on the Kansas football scene that we really expect a big year from, could emerge as that wow offensive athlete for the Leavenworth program, a team that has a nice QB also with some speed, Strickland has a big junior year ahead and has been a top looking athlete this offseason heading into his big junior season for 2022. One of the players we had seen at 6Star Football Showcase events, this guy is a player that has nice speed and upfield vision and has the switch between versatility to play either running back or receiver and be a major impact maker, no doubt Xavier’s break away speed, reports a 4.65 time in the 40 yard dash, can make him a player that will be a nice go to weapon this season ahead. One part of Strickland’s game that is very underrated is his ability to take on tackles and break them or keep his feet moving as a RB that can pick up key 3-4 extra “tough yards” and be one of those power backs with speed that impresses.