I've coached a select football team here in the Seattle tacoma area for the last 7 years. I think ive finally seen an Elite Top 10 D1 kid. Normally you see a couple kids that have good speed, good size but not elite speed and size.
Meet #7 Kelee Ringo-He's an 11 year old 5th grader playing for the Bellarmine Prep 6th grade team.
He runs a 26.8 200m, took 4th in nationals in Hershey PA. the threee kids that finished ahead of him were all 12.
Ringo, the only 11-year-old in his group amongst seven 12-year-olds, claimed fourth place in the 200 with a time of 26.81 seconds. He earned the ticket to Pennsylvania by winning the 200 in 26.6 seconds at the regional meet at Mount Tahoma Stadium on July 23. The feat is even more impressive considering Ringo started track just three years ago as a way to improve his quickness for football. Ringo’s times in the 100- and 200-meter dashes also qualified him for the Junior Olympics on July 22-28 in Greensboro, N.C., but he didn’t attend that event and hopes to qualify again next year
Here's some Hudl highlights, again these are 6th graders but ive never seen a kid with such an big burst of speed.