Hosting 32 teams from 10 different states, and highlighting some of the future of Razorback Football right here in our own back yard.
"You won't see competition like this anywhere else..." says Junior QB Ty Storey.
"I'm out here to work, I do this all summer to prepare for things like this." adds Senior Tight End De'Andre Goolsby.
"You know competition brings out the best in all of us." adds Senior Tight End Jack Kraus.
"Just a great experience to come out here and compete with everybody.." continues Senior QB Rafe Peavey.
The Southwest Elite 7 on 7 Tournament boasts some of the best teams and players in the nation.
"We've come to compete. We're a team that's going to hit you and going to play a game that we love." Says De'Andre Goolsby.
De'Andre Goolsby and Derby High School did just that- falling in the Championship game against Olive Branch. The Kansas native and Razorback Target made big impressions on other Hog commits.
"He's amazing, that guys a freak. he just tore us apart...really.." adds Rafe Peavey.
Bolivar quarterback Rafe Peavey along with future Razorbacks Ty Storey and Jack Kraus talking up the Hogs, but still focused on the present.
"I'm worried about high school right now, but I've been texting people and calling them, but right now it's all with my high school team." Says Ty Storey.
"I've got six months left with my teammates so I'm going to cherish it." adds Peavey.
...and using the tournament as a learning tool.
"Me and my coach still have to get back with my reads, and my checks and all that, but overall we had a good weekend." adds Storey.
"I'm going to lead my team by example, do everything right and hopefully we can get some victories on our belt and get back to state." adds Jack Kraus..
Ty Storey and Charleston High School lost there first game, but made a pretty good run through the losers bracket falling to Rogers Heritage. Jack Kraus and Bentonville High School win one then lost two. Rafe Peavey's Bolivar Liberators went two and out- but overall a good weekend of 7-on-7.