Ermon Lane -- The Homestead standout receiver caught a long touchdown on the first play of the tournament for the South Florida Express and never slowed down. He was putting on a clinic all afternoon, and continues to look like the state's top wide receiver prospect.
Kain Daub -- When players stand 6-foot-3 and 230 pounds and play middle linebacker like Daub does at Sandalwood, they usually don't look as impressive in a 7on7 setting. With Daub, it's another story. He was the most physical player at this event, and showed off outstanding athleticism by even lining up at corner at times. He can be mentioned as the state's top overall prospect, and looked every bit like it on Saturday.
Kevin Toliver -- Pro Impact (Jacksonville) had one of the best tournaments on Saturday, and Tolliver was their best player. At 6-foot-2 and 185 pounds, he is a true cover guy. The upside with this 2015 prospect is through the roof.
Isaiah Ford -- While we're mentioning Tolliver as having played very well the first day for Pro Impact, we have to mention Ford, who's been their top offensive performer. Ford has size, athleticism, and ball skills and looked very good today.
Sean White -- There are several good quarterbacks at this event but no one was as good as White on this day. He threw numerous touchdowns. He goes through his progressions about as well as any QB you'll ever see at the prep level.
Quincy Wilson -- One of the best defensive backs here, Wilson has ideal size, solid cover skills, excellent football IQ, and a physical style of play. While some think he'll move to safety in college, he was very impressive (again) today at cornerback.
Richard Yeargin -- While Daub is on another level among linebackers, Yeargin is long, rangy, athletic, and made a lot of plays in coverage today. It was easy to see why FSU and many others have made recent offers.
Devonaire Clarington -- Only a sophomore, Clarington is an athletic specimen. At 6-foot-5 and 215 pounds, the Miami Southridge standout started out a bit slow but when he took it into another gear he became unstoppable. His size, athleticism, and ball skills are very rare. He'll be nationally recruited in a few years.
Dionte Mullins -- At 5-foot-10 and 165 pounds, this Gulliver Prep standout is only a freshman. He's already one of the best around, and proved it today. He made a lot of big plays for Hard Knocks, and looks to have a special skillset.
Trevon Diggs -- Most people know of his brother, Stefan, a freshman All-American at Maryland. Trevon, just a freshman himself, is a tremendous two-way player. He has speed, ball skills, and confidence in his cover skills. He's a player to watch down the road, and showed why here today.