From inside the state programs such as Abbeville, Greensboro, Huntsville, Auburn, Prattville Christian, Saint Jude and Smiths Station are expected to be in Auburn for the camp that takes place beginning Thursday afternoon and runs through Friday afternoon.
Among the players to watch from in-state are a trio of kids from Auburn High. Senior linemen Caleb Peterson and Clay Machen are both very capable prospects with Peterson already having offers from across the country. At quarterback is junior Cameron Luper. The son of Auburn running backs Coach Curtis Luper, he's a dynamic player that had a huge first season as the starter for the Tigers in 2010.
The State of Georgia will be well represented as the camp as well with Banneker High from College Park, Chapel Hill High from Douglasville, Creekside High from Fairburn, Creekview High from Canton, Harrison High from Kennesaw, Tattnall Square Academy from Macon, Turner County High from Ashburn, Westfield High from Perry, LaGrange High and Woodstock High all scheduled to take part in the camp.
The Berry twins from Creekside High
That group should have plenty of players to watch with Auburn commitment Josh Holsey from Creekside leading the charge. Davion Tookes is also a cornerback worth watching as he's committed to Virginia Tech. The team also features twins Elliot Berry and Evan Berry, two of the top sophomores in the country.
At Banneker Chaz Elder is a player that has drawn interest from across the country and he'll be joined by teammates Justin Henderson, Artravious James, and Jarry Jefferson. Junior linebacker Marcus Albert could wind up being the best of the bunch from Banneker.