Tulsa Stars pt.1

By: Nick Gradney (National Scout) @StatZ_G

29′ ATH Aubreon Moorlet 

Moorlet is like a swiss army knife. He can do whatever it takes to win. This kid initially started at quarterback. A lefty with a tight spiral that was on target all weekend. Aubreon also was a matchup nightmare lining up outside the numbers at receiver. He almost never came off the field because he played safety as well and was around the ball constantly. He can catch, throw, run and play defense at a high rate. Keep a look out for Aubreon Moorlet.

27′ WR Tristian Birmingham (@TristianBirm4)

Birmingham had an impressive outing this past weekend in Tulsa. He caught my attention early and I couldn’t look away. Tristian is only freshman but already have size to compete with any age group. This kid have strong hands, catches the ball at the point of attack, in traffic and is a polished route runner for a player his age. It may be only a matter of time until Birmingham puts it all together and college recruiters will be knocking down his door.

26′ WR Daniel Berry  (@DBerryofficial)

Daniel Berry may have been the best receiver I saw in Tulsa, OK. This young man is a special talent – Great speed, nice moves in the open field & he just simply knows how to get open. This kid is a sophomore but don’t get his age confused, he’s a chiseled athlete. There were no weaknesses in his game and I can only imagine how physically and fast he plays in pads. Daniel made defenders look silly, which uplifted his team and deflated the others. This is definitely someone to put on your radar.

26′ DE Anthony Kennedy Jr  (@Anthonydk2026)

Anthony Kennedy Jr is a star and a future collegiate athlete. This 10th grader moves well for a big guy and can play both sides of the ball. Kennedy plays on the defensive line but with his mobility and quick feet, he may be most valuable on the opposite side as a guard. Kennedy Jr already have over a dozen offers and haven’t even finished his sophomore year yet. The most notable coming from The University of Georgia. As he progress, look for Anthony Kennedy Jr to continue his dominance and continue to rack up those letters. 

25′ QB Phoenix Murphy  @Phoenixmurphy06

Murphy was a standout in DR7’s Tulsa, OK tournament with Hustle Inc 405 18U. Murphy came in playing behind Cruz Campbell and did not miss a beat. There was zero drop off between the two quarterbacks. Phoenix showed great poise in the pocket and made every throw imaginable. His awareness and ability to scan the field and take what the defense gives was something many young players don’t do often. Murphy drove his team down the field effortlessly every opportunity he was given. Phoenix have a slender frame but that will improve over time. There was no doubt that he was of of the best quarterbacks in the entire pool. 

26′ QB Cruz Campbell  (@iamcruzcampbell)

Cruz Campbell was amongst some of the brightest stars this past weekend (DR7 – Tulsa, OK). Campbell have a wicked arm and displays great mechanics from the waist down. The 2026 quarterback can easily fling it with some of the best. Cruz have two years left of high school football and he’s just scratching the surface. This kid have star potential written all over him. A few traits I noticed over the weekend – good reads, throws the receiver open and nice touch on short and intermediate passes. The ball didn’t linger too long on deep routes either. He knew where all the receivers would be before the ball was snapped. That’s a great way of reading the defense. Cruz Campbell looks to further make a name for himself, not only in the 7v7 circuit but in the state of Oklahoma as a whole.

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