The Rundown: KREAM Elite 18U Pt. 2

Written by: Drew Johnson (@RealNews102) 

The Road to the Crown has been on fire with successful tournaments to start the year, this time with a stop in New Orleans featuring some of the top talents in Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, and Florida. The DR7 national circuit allows scouts and coaches to get eyes on various kids early on from different areas. The mission and goal of The Platform is to #ExposeTheUnexposed and provide adequate coverage of athletes participating in DR7 tournaments and around the country.

When utilized correctly, 7v7 allows young men to build chemistry with their peers, and get comfortable performing in a competitive environment. It also allows coaches and former players to provide the right guidance and information for kids to succeed. This article will feature rising prospects on the KREAM ELITE 18U National 7v7 Team. 


Asante Williams | WR | 2025 | Liberty Magnet | @WilliamsAsante_

Williams is an underrated outside wideout who has displayed solid hands, the ability to work routes in the intermediate and downfield game, and decent speed to rack up yards after catch. His film is solid with plenty of playmaking catches where he shows off his initial burst to get past defenders. The 5-11, 175-pounder finished a decent junior season as one of the top WRs statistically for his high school with time to put it all together this off-season heading into his senior year. 


Colin Bennett | WR | 2025 | Liberty Magnet | @_C0lin_7

College coaches looking for a speedster with blazing speed and developing route running, tap in with Bennett who is under the radar in the state of Louisiana. He’s shown off his athleticism and skills to be a big-play slot receiver at 5-10, 165-pounds who has been clocked at 4.4 speed in the 40-yard dash. Has to get more in-game reps and film but he’s looked solid on the 7v7 circuit. The teammate of Williams, Bennet has time to work on his game to show coaches he can make an impact this spring.


Kylei Foster | ATH | 2025 | White Castle | @KyleiFoster

Foster is another under-the-radar playmaker on this KREAM 18U squad who has a really good size for a defensive back. Foster put together a productive junior season with 60 tackles and 8 INTs. That’s the number of a ball player and someone with a high IQ for the position. If he can get with a trainer and develop his frame, not sure why he can’t land a shot at the next level. 


Ashton Roquemore | WR | 2025 | Zachary | @ARoquemore2025

A good-sized wideout at 6-0, 175 pounds, Roquemore plays on a talented Zachary squad with limited game film but has the potential to make an impact with work put in this offseason. He’s a physical wideout who can put defenders over the top with his athleticism or at the line with good hand work and initial quickness. He also has added a blocking component for his high school.

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