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.
Josh Bellamy, 5-8, 150, RB, 2024, Mulberry (Fla.) @joshbellamyjr1
A shifty athlete who is able to find quick routes with the ball in his hand. He is a fluid athlete and is able to fake out opponents and find separation when operating as a receiving back but he can also create on the ground and blow past opponents in a variety of situations as he can work his way down the middle and then break to the outside where he can pull away from defenders. He has good hands and good ball security as well. He can make catches away from his body and is able to spin out of tackles and consistently move the chains. A quick player with straight line speed and some playmaking ability.
Parker Borer, 5-10, 170, RB, 2024, Boone Central (Neb.) @ParkerBorer
One the backs that had a very impressive season and has continued that great play this offseason, very talented and a standout back from Boone Central, Borer is a very athletic and fluid mover with the football in his hands, no doubt one of those athletes that makes his team better every time that he is on the football field. Borer, 5-10, 170, has some speed out of the backfield. Huge talent that racked up 1,021 rushing yards and 10 TDs while being a hard hitting DB with 29 tackles and an INT. MVP type player no doubt for his team, big junior season expected from a top runner in the ’24 Nebraska RB class.
Landon Boston, 5-9, 180, RB, 2024, Washington (Mo.) @LandonBoston
An all-conference and all district athlete who shows good versatility overall. He is listed at 5’10, 185-pounds and he saw good action last year as a sophomore. He sees the field well and is able to slip through tight spaces and can turn up his speed and create down the middle. Boston has good hands and reacts well to opposing teams game plans both as a RB and as a LB. He has good strength for his frame as well and is comfortable initiating contact as well.
Nolan Feller, 5-6, 166, RB, 2024, Millard South (Neb.) @nolanfeller22
Feller is a solid prospect who has a good first step and is able to fake out opponents on the ground. He has a versatile skill set and can also see time on defense as well. He has good leadership qualities to his game and she can set a tone with his production and overall energy. He is constantly working and looking four ways to take his game up a notch and shows good conditioning and some underrated strength as well. A player who can use his lineman well and has solid footwork and ball security as well.
Anthony Heithoff, 5-10, 185, RB, 2024, Skutt Catholic (Neb.) @heithoff1
Heithoff is a high IQ RB and multiple sport player who also shows up in baseball and as a powerlifter. A 5’10, 185-pound athlete in the 2024 class who can run through opponents and move the chains when it looks like the middle is clogged. He is quick and shows good reaction time with LBs shooting the gap and can side step or simply lower his head and take the hit and even stay on his feet at times. He reported a 4.79 laser-timed 40-yard dash at the Nebraska Six Star event and an 8’11 broad jump with a 34.9 vertical.
Calvin Jaquess, Jr., 5-8, 155, RB, 2024, Cardinal Ritter (Mo.) @_calvinjaquesss
A very impressive looking athlete from the Cardinal Ritter program, junior that has had a very impressive offseason and has some good speed and shiftiness to his running game and attack, good upside as a nice riser to know among backs coming out of the St. Louis area. Expecting a big 2022 season and is a player that is on the radar as a go to offensive weapon for the Cardinal Ritter rushing attack.