DOMO National wins it all in Dallas

The 2021 7-on-7 season has been kicked off thanks to industry trendsetters Pylon. By hosting the All American Tournament and game in AT&T Stadium.
DOMO (@DomoXsports) founder Will Lyles (@WillieLyles) led a loaded roster of talented Student-Athletes. 6’5″ 2022 Noah Thomas (@Thomas3Noah) was a dominant force at the receiver position on the offense. While the defense was backed by multi-offer four-star Julian Humphrey (@JulianH2022), Audavion Collins (@AudavionC) and Deyon Bouie (@BouieDeyon, Georgia commit). The explosive offense was ignited by playmakers Jamarrien Burt (@DaRealBurt23), Tajh Sanders (@TajhSanders3) and Andre Thompson (@dre_05_goldfeet).
Their start was slow by being handed a tie to Elite Athletes LA (@EliteAthletes_). Who was the sleeper team of the tournament. Hosting players from California in four-star Arlis Boardingham (@Arlisb42), Indiana Wijay (@indianawijay) and speedy Paul Holyfield Jr (@Chosen2Jr). Their Midwest additions were anchored by top national recruit C.J Hicks (@imcjhicks, Ohio State commit) and the lockdown tandem of Caldre Williford (Kansas commit) and Ali Wells (@Ali_Wells15)
Though DOMO National started slow they would make adjustment and not be stopped. They blazed through seven straight wins to take home the title.
Respect is  also due to Fast Houston (@Fast7v7), Ground Zero (@GroundZeroOCE) and always Midwest Boom (@MidwestBOOM). For their top performances, amazing coaches and spectacular athletes.
By Tom Sprunk

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