Wide receiver Cornelius Williams (6-1, 185) was the leading receiver for the Bucs in 2004, and on the defensive side of the ball, Max Lerner (5-11, 200) is the only returning starter in the secondary. Three players from Hoover's secondary received college scholarships in 2005.
Other Hoover prospects on hand for the event include Bryan Morgan and Dwarn Smith--both have received D-1 offers.
Hoover is expecting to open with Thomas Jefferson (Jefferson Hills, PA).
Jason Kolodziej, another 2006 prospect, will patrol the middle of the field from his linebacker spot for the Jaguars. Kolodziej (6-1, 235, 4.7) suffered a torn ACL his sophomore season, but had several solid work-outs this spring and will likely earn a D-1 scholarship.
Heath Brickner is a wild-card for the Jaguars (6-2, 205, 4.6). The class of 2006 prospect tested well at the Scout.com All-American Invitational in Akron, Ohio. The Jaguars are coached by Pittsburgh Panther Bill Cherpak.
Regardless of who plays in the game, it's always fun to watch Hoover's Head Coach Rush Prospt and his nationally ranked team take on the challenge of some of the top teams in the country.
Bob Lichtenfels from Scout.com contributed to this report.