Making the road trip from the Midwest is Michigan commit Wilton Speight. The Richmond (Va.) Collegiate School product is a big, strong quarterback with a powerful arm and he can make every throw on the field. He's very solid mechanically, has made huge strides in the last year and has a very big upside to him.
Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian quarterback Brandon Dawkins has a Cam Newton body with a big arm but consistency has been an issue for him this winter. He has a lot of physical tools and is a natural leader but decision making is an area he needs to work hard on.
A sleeper to watch is Carlsbad's (Calif.) Christian Chapman. Chapman shows up well on film and is among the most polished quarterbacks in the state. He just picked up his first offer from Washington State on Saturday and could have a breakout performance on Sunday.
Another quarterback worth watching closely is Kentfield (Calif.) Marin Catholic's Morgan Mahalak. Mahalak is getting a lot of Div I attention right now despite playing behind Cal signee Jared Goff this past season. The signal call has a college body, moves around well and can get the ball down the field.
Rosen and Hilinski were both very impressive at the recent NLA 7 on 7 tournament in Las Vegas, White put up monster numbers this past season and Perkins is one of the most athletic signal callers in the region right now.
Freeman will have a chance to compete on the big stage and put to rest comments about him putting up big numbers because of his small school competition. The athlete might be the most powerful back in the region and at 6-0, 225 pounds is an absolute load to deal with. He's also a lot more athletic than given credit for and can run away from people in the open field.
Richard is one of the most explosive backs in the west and his stock has been really heating up recently. He earned all-state underclass honors the last two years and recently landed an offer from Tennessee. Richard has a great burst, wiggle, and is a home run threat from anywhere on the field.
Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian D.J. Riggins has been impressive all winter and should shine in this setting. He catches the ball very well, is tough to handle in the open field and it will be very difficult for any linebacker to keep up with him in the open field.
Long Beach Jordan (Calif.) and Washington commit Rahshead Johnson headlines a solid group of receivers. Johnson has a great skill set to him, is lightning quick and has some of the best hands in the region. He has a chance to be even better than his former teammate John Ross, who was a top five WR in the region last year.
Several top underclassmen will be on hand including Diamon Bar's (Calif.) Cordell Broadus, Newhall (Calif.) Hart's Trent Irwin, Scottsdale (Ariz.) Saguaro's Christian Kirk and Mission Hills (Calif.) Alemany's Desean Holmes.
Broadus is that big receiver all colleges covet and looks all of 6-3, 190 pounds. Irwin dominated last season for Hart, which was no surprise for those who saw him dominate the summer 7 on 7 circuit playing for B2G.
Kirk was one of the top players in Las Vegas last weekend and had offers from both in-state schools plus UCLA before he even finished his sophomore season and Holmes is an explosive deep threat who reminds a lot of people at Alemany of a young Steven Mitchell.
A few other pass catchers to watch will be Inglewood's (Calif.) Zaire Andre, Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco's Shay Fields, San Diego (Calif.) Madison's Michael Garner, Los Angeles (Calif.) Cathedral's Ladarius Wiley, Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey's David Williams and West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade Donovan Lee. The top tight end in attendance will likely be La Mirada (Calif.) standout Tyler Luatua. Luatua has a big, athletic frame, soft hands and can make the tough catch in traffic or use his speed to get down field and make a play.
La Habra's (Calif.) Darrell Cloy will make a return visit to the NIKE Camp after impressing last year. Cloy is very athletic with a big, strong body and could end up on either side of the ball in college.
The offensive line position is led by the top three guard prospects in the region and a USC tackle commit.
Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco's Damien Mama is one of the hottest prospects in country and picked up offers from Alabama and Notre Dame just last week. Mama played tackle last year but projects as a guard and is one of the strongest and most physical players in the region.
Corona (Calif.) Centennial's Viane Talamaivao shocked a lot of onlookers last year when he earned OL MVP honors as a sophomore. Talamaivao hurt his foot and missed most of his junior season but says he's 100% recovered and he'll have a chance to prove it on Sunday.
Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe two-way standout Natrell Curtis is getting a ton of looks as a defensive tackle but said he'll work out with the offensive lineman. Curtis is a true road grader with great strength and the perfect mentality to play on the interior line. He shows a motor and plays with a mean streak.
USC commit Toa Lobendahn, who transferred from Lakewood (Calif.) to La Habra (Calif.) in the off-season, leads the tackle group. Lobendahn is the son of a coach and it shows as he's very solid mechanically and has the athleticism you love to see in a tackle prospect as well.
An underclassmen to watch is a player making one of the farthest road trips to SoCal. Sophomore Fred Ulu-Perry out of Honolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis is a road grader at the guard position who can physically manhandle opposing players and should be a national recruit in two years.