Expecting teams from South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi and plenty of places in between, Auburn should have some top talent on hand the next two days. One of the top programs year in and year out in the country, Byrnes (S.C.) High is expected to take part in the camp and has upcoming senior prospects Shuler Bentley, Tyreik Lyles, and Shaedon Meadors. The big name for Byrnes is junior wide receiver however. Tavin Richardson is a 6-4, 210 junior receiver that already has offers from Boston College, Louisville and Maryland.
DeSoto Central High in Southaven, Miss., features Ole Miss offensive line commitment Tyler Putman, but he's not the only prospect on his team. Steven Bradley is a physical safety getting some early looks and the same is true of wide receiver Grant Kimberlin and massive linebacker Michael McDonald.
From Georgia several prospects are expected to be in with their teams including Adrian Washington from Cedar Shoals High in Athens, offensive lineman Terrone Prescod and teammates Deshon Cooper, Ken Hike and Antonio Holloway from Columbia High in Decatur, offensive lineman Christian Harris from Collins Hill, and athlete Tez Parks from Calloway High in LaGrange. Parks is the younger brother of Auburn tight end Ricky Parks.
Among the schools expected in for the camp is Sipsey Valley High School in Tuscaloosa County. Several talented players should be in for the two-day event including Logan Averett, Nathan Harcrow, Garrett Lewis and Trey White. Also expected in with them is talented 2015 linebacker Edwaun McNeil who could be a top prospect in next year's class.
Another team from Alabama expected to be in for the camp is Deshler from Tuscumbia featuring Zach Sullivan. Closer to home former Auburn OL Mark Rose and Smiths Station High will be at the camp along with prospects Johnny Woods and Anfernee Moffett.
Teams expected in for the camp:
Cedar Shoals (Ga.)
North Springs (Ga.)
DeSoto Central (Miss.)
Turner County (Ga.)
Northwest Rankin (Miss.)
Lithia Springs (Ga.) Deshler