Posted On: 07/29/20 10:11 PM

The turnout for the Guns Down Denver 7-on-7 was phenomenal! There was no shortage of talent on the field, which produced several amazing plays.

The tournament was a charity event held to give players a chance to show their skills and compete in a safe environment while donating all of the proceeds to two local families who were impacted by gun violence.

On June 19th, Juneteenth, a 17-year-old by the name of Xaviyar Sturges, was killed in a shooting in Denver.  On July 11th, Devarie Armstrong, another 17-year-old, was killed in a shooting at a house party in Denver. Armstrong was a very talented football player who was preparing for his senior season at Denver South High School.

With an event as meaningful as this one, it should come as no surprise that there were a lot of players who made sure to leave a lasting impression. Some of whom were playing in remembrance of their lost friends. Below is a list of a few, out of the many, incoming seniors who stood out during the charitable event.

Chyon Kendrick - Eaglecrest - CB

The Eaglecrest team took home the

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