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.
Kai Crowe, 6-1, 172, WR, 2025, Jackson (Mo.) @crowe_kai6
A very athletic play maker that showed some very good hands this year at the FINALS from Jackson, could be one of the emerging talents to know out there, a very good looking athlete that can make some good things happen. Athletic and has a very good WR frame already for being a sophomore for the upcoming season ahead. Good size also at 6-1 and a rangy athletic player that has some impressive talent for sure.
Brandon Garland, 5-9, 130, WR, 2026, The Benjamin School (Fla.) @brandongarlan01
A smart and athletic young player who shows good route ability and a high IQ. He is listed at 5’9, 130-pounds and he has good length and can make good catches in a variety of situations. He has good experience for a player as young as he is, and is making good moves with his routes and finding clear separation with his hesitation and changing directions. Shows good hustle and work ethic, can make catches away from his body.
Jayden Key, 5-10, 178, WR, 2025, CBC (Mo.)@Jkey25_
St. Louis native and CBC product, Key is a fast player and an athletic player coming up on this deeply talented CBC team, Key is a very athletic looking young player that can get open and is a good early route runner for his age. Key showed some excellent hands out there at the FINALS and was a player that was focused and showed some very good concentration and focus.
Antonio Matthews, 5-11, 175, WR, 2025 CBC (Mo.) @A1unique__
Matthews is a talented play maker that has a lean and very athletic looking frame and build to his game, good hands and a player that is hard to handle in the open field, a good looking athlete, a sophomore that has a lot of natural talent. Has some hops also and can get up in the air and will be a player that will look to use his athletic skills to make a lot of key plays on the field to help his team out.
Nicholas McClellan, 5-11, 165, WR, 2026, CBC (Mo.) @Nicktheone26
The younger brother of CBC standout and top recruit Jeremiah McClellan, 2026 Nicholas McClellan is making a name for himself as well and figures to be one of the top incoming freshmen in the city this upcoming season. At 5’11, 165-pounds, Nicholas has a strong, physical frame for a youngster and shows good all-around athleticism and versatility. He can play QB or receiver and is a player that could be the next man up among their tradition of big time offensive weapons, McClellan had a 34.5 inch vertical at the St. Louis Showcase in May, one of the tops among WRs at the event in any age group, and is a player that we think is going to be in for some huge seasons ahead.
Peyton Rasmussen, 6-2, 190, WR, 2025, Fort Zumwalt West (Mo.) @Razzy_ATH14
Rasmussen is a tall and athletic prospect who can make plays on both sides of the ball. He has good length and good hands and he sees the field well and is able to find angles and beat opponents over the top. He has a multiple position skill set, able to operate as a receiver, a dual threat quarterback and a linebacker as well. A quick player who can make catches and then stay on his feet through contact, very physical and good athleticism. Has a high IQ for the game and is also a standout in the classroom with a 4.5 GPA.
Mack VanDyne, 5-9, WR, 2025, Liberty North (Mo.) @mackvandyne
Mack is a very talented looking player and athlete that can make some big plays happen in the open field, a player that had 14 receptions for 412 yards as a freshman at Liberty North High School, Van Dyne added 21 rushing attempts with 200 yards and scored 11 touchdowns on the year, a very talented player that can make some big plays happen with his speed and good hands. Has all the makings of being one of the better looking sophomore WRs in the KC area this upcoming season.
Alijah Wayne, 6-3, 190, WR, 2025, Omaha Central (Neb.) @wayne_alijah
A nice athlete who has a good combination of size and power for his age. He is listed at 6’3, 190-pounds any place with good intensity and is well conditioned as well. He has good hands and a good catch radius and is getting better at staying physical and selling his routes. A multiple sport athlete who works hard and takes his game seriously. Wayne is player to keep your eyes on moving forward and it’s just getting started.
Brock Wyandt, 6’0, 160, WR, 2025, Farmington (Minn.) @BrockWyandt
A good looking WR prospect from Farmington, Minnesota that can make some big catches for the offense, one of those players that does a nice job of getting open and has some good hands also. Wyandt is just a class of ’25 and should be a nice go to target down the field at Farmington. Talented route runner with some good hands and has very good spacing in the open field. A very impressive looking player that can make some big things happen as a pass catcher.