Posted On: 10/15/20 10:58 AM

During a 7v7 tournament, it is usually offensive players who shine, and that’s exactly what happened this past Sunday at St. Francis High School for Boom’s finals. Here’s a look back at the best quarterback and tight end performances of the day.


2022 Dontrell Jackson, Marist @trelljackson17

At one point I had gotten to see all the teams and was about to head out for the day. I passed by Jackson and asked him if I should stay, he told me to stay and watch his team win the championship, and that’s exactly what they did. Jackson’s leadership skills stand out as much as his abilities. Although a bit undersized at 6’0 and 183-pounds, he makes up for it with great ball placement and timing. Watching him throw a 40-yard bombs where things of beauty, great arch and accuracy. Plenty of D1 interest and offers for Jackson as a junior, that shouldn’t slow down anytime soon.

2023 Cole Teschner, Schaumburg @ColeTeschner

If you didn’t know Teschner played football, it wouldn’t surprise me. He doesn’t look overtly athletic or strong, but watch him play and he shows you he’s got plenty of talent. Great ball placement on the majority of

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