TheFINALS All-America Showcase will feature 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
Athletes are chosen to compete at The FINALS All-America Showcase based on their performance at Six Star Football Qualifying events. To register for an upcoming qualifying event, visit sixstarcamps.com.
Select athletes may also be considered for an invitation to The FINALS All-America Showcase and can request an evaluation at the link.
Cooper Cerny, 6’3, 175, TE, 2023, Norris (NE) @Cooperc8235
QUALIFYING EVENT: Nebraska – Apr 24 2022
A very long and athletic lean TE, who has good hands and can make plays with the ball in his hands. He can handle contact well for his size and is very athletic. Cerny was one of the standouts at the 6Star Football Showcase in Nebraska and led all performers there with the top vertical jump, a mark of 35.1 inches. He also tied for second best broad jump distance with a jump of 9’3 and was third fastest athlete in the 40 yard dash with a laser timed 4.76 mark.
Zach Grace, 6’3, 230, TE, 2023, Kearney @Zachgrace14
QUALIFYING EVENT: KC Varsity – May 7, 2022
💼 OFFERS: Lindenwood, Benedictine
INTEREST: Wyoming, Navy
One of the Kansas City area’s biggest risers among tight end prospects, Kearney 2023 Zach Grace is a strong, physical athlete with big upside as a pass catcher and blocker. At 6’3, 230-pounds, Grace has plenty of size and the kind of frame that college programs look for in a prospect with room to grow. While he is mostly known for his blocking at the point of attack, Grace shows good, strong hands as a receiver and a feel for finding soft spots in a defense. He can work the seams, isn’t afraid of contact after the catch and shows some run after the catch abilities in the open field. Grace drew his first Division I offer from Lindenwood and has heard from several other programs as well including Wyoming, Navy and others.
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Carter Hicks, 6’5, 220, TE, 2023, Columbia (IL) @CarterH46579723
QUALIFYING EVENT: St. Louis, MO – Jan 2 2022
A strong and athletic player who is able to see time on both sides of the ball. A muscular 6-5, 220-pound multiple sport athlete who brings good speed and toughness to the field and is also capable of making some extremely athletic catches through the air. He has a good catch radius for his build and can make some one-handed grabs through contact. Hicks has good acceleration off the line and can play physical and even overwhelm his opponents with his force. He is able to set his feet and change directions and is improving his all-around route precision. An underrated prospect who has a good feel for both sides of the ball and is able to use his length as a clear advantage.
Kyle Nemzek, 6’5, 235, TE, 2023, Palmetto (FL) @nemzekkyle
QUALIFYING EVENT: Orlando, FL – Apr 9 2022
Nemzek is a versatile weapon on the offensive side who can operate as a blocker and as a receiving option. He is aggressive and has shown great improvement with his routes and acceleration and he has a good catch radius. A tough and underrated player that gets out and can find separation and has the power to push bigger men off the line to make room for running lanes. A versatile player who has good strength and a solid frame.
Watson Hafer, 6’4, 210, TE, 2024, West Plains (MO) @watsonhafer
QUALIFYING EVENT: St. Louis, MO – Jan 2 2022
OFFERS: SIU, Illinois State, Missouri State, SEMO, Lindenwood, Eastern Illinois
A talented and well-rounded TE who shows good upside moving forward. He’s an athletic playmaker who runs hard and can operate both as a blocking and as a receiving option and do both at a high level. Hafer has great hands for a TE and can catch almost anything thrown in his general direction. He can create with his routes and after the catch and is able to make opponents miss and absorbs contact well and looks to gain every last inch. A red zone and chain moving threat who averaged 19.6 yards per catch on 18 catches last season with 353 yards and had six touchdowns.
Wyatt Osterbauer, 6’5, 225, TE, 2024, Buffalo (MN) @WOsterbauer
INTEREST: Central Michigan, Drake, North Dakota State
A multiple position athlete who shows a good combination of power and strength. He’s a versatile player who can see time on both sides of the ball and is very aggressive and shows a good work ethic. He gets off the line quickly and is able to find separation and pull down passes and then create on the ground. Also a skilled pass rusher who can fight his way off the edge and find ways to the back field where you can make some aggressive hits and even force turnovers as he looks to target the ball on contact..