Throughout his HS career, Beazer has not accumulated a lot of film. He was suppose to play some at Hapeville Charter the other year, but never saw the field really. He then tried to transfer out to Luella, but GHSA wouldn’t let him play, so then he ended up at Community Christian. He is a great student with family members in academia. Offseaon leading up to senior year he won WR MVP at a Camp and played on Cam Newton’s 7v7 team. Senior year he’s been putting together a solid season, and certainly benefiting from having a good D2 caliber QB with good ball location so he can utilize his height. After watching his film, he looks more like TE at the next level, which means a lot of patience will need to be issued considering since he is still growing into his body. He has grown an inch and a half over the last year, and might not be done yet according to his doctor.
What makes you stand out as a future collegiate athlete?
I am not only dedicated on the field but also in the classroom. Currently holding a 3.5 GPA and a part of the National Society of High School Scholars. I also hold membership in Duke TIP (Talent Identification Program). The IVY League schools were the first to show interest schools such as Brown, Cornell, Harvard, Columbia, and Princeton. I have also demonstrated myself to be a great receiver. I received MVP wide receiver at OD (offensive defensive) Camp and have been invited to their elite invitational. Top 5 receivers at GA elite Camp an article was written in scouts.com by Matt DeBary about my performance. Top Receivers at NUC Camp with an invite to Ultimate 100 & also invited to be participate an the NUC All-American Game in FL. I am also a Cam Newton All-Star. I went through 3 rounds of try-outs and made Cam Newton’s 7v7 team. Our big 7v7 tournament will be held in June at IMG Academy. The 2017 NFA7v7 National Championship in Bradenton, FL June 16-18.