Top Performers from B2C Showcase: Part 1
The B2C Showcase was packed with young talents from all over the southeast, and here are some of the standout performers from the event:
Tristian Lyles – OLB/Edge/ATH, 2026
Tristian Lyles from Central (Phenix City) stole the show with his exceptional skills as an OLB/Edge/ATH. Starting with the DL group, he dominated the drills and the One on Ones. Later, he took on the challenge of facing off with WRs and DBs, and he did not disappoint. Lyles kept up with some of the best receivers at the camp, broke up passes, and even made an interception to get a highlight on the day.
Max Walraven – Quarterback, 2026
Max Walraven from West Forsyth started off slow, but once he found his rhythm, he was unstoppable. Standing at over 6”3, he had a great height advantage and a cannon for an arm. His ball placement was impressive, but what set him apart from the rest of the pack was his ability to compete with the other top QBs at the camp. He locked in and separated himself from the rest of the group.
Landen Heath – Linebacker, 2025
Landen Heath from Cartersville showcased the skills of a modern-day linebacker. He demonstrated that he could handle the run, cover receivers, and most importantly, RUN. During the One on Ones, he showed his excellent instincts against ball carriers and stayed in the hip pocket of the receiver. He is undoubtedly a name to watch out for in the future.
Stay tuned for more updates from the B2C Showcase as we highlight the top performers of the event.