1) Johnnie Dixon -- There wasn't a better player at this entire event. At 5-foot-11 and 190 pounds, Dixon is a big play waiting to happen. He can use his speed on the outside and his quickness in the slot. No one can cover him. He also played some on defense at this event, and looked like a prime time player that we all expected to see. Florida, Miami, and a whole lot of other schools are trying very hard to get this Dwyer High standout in their class.
2) Kevin Toliver -- This Trinity Christian standout looks like Patrick Peterson part 2. At 6-foot-2 and 185 pounds, Toliver is the total package at cornerback. He has size, speed, athleticism, ball skills, hips, feet, competitiveness, everything you look for in a player at that position. He's a natural cover guy who wiped out every team's top receiver for Pro Impact, which made it all the way to the finals. Toliver has offers from just about everyone already, and he's only a sophomore. He's making a run at being the state's top-ranked 2015 prospect.
3) Kain Daub -- There wasn't a more talented player at the entire event. At 6-foot-2 and 225 pounds, Daub plays middle linebacker at Sandalwood HS so his game isn't necessarily suited for 7on7. It didn't matter. Daub dominated with his physical style of play and elite-level athleticism. He's making a serious claim to be the state's top overall prospect in the 2014 class.
4) Ermon Lane -- At 6-foot-2, this Homestead receiver is a big, big time talent. He has size, speed, ball skills, and a competitive spirit. He was the top playmaker for a loaded South Florida Express team. Toliver was the only cornerback who had much success against him. Lane has offers from just about everyone, and it was easy to see why at this event.
5) Isaiah Ford -- The Trinity Christian standout was the top offensive performer for Pro Impact. At 6-foot-2, he has great length and has the speed and explosiveness to be a legitimate outside receiver at the major college level. He made numerous plays, and often made them look easy. Ford is among the state's most talented receivers, and it was easy to see why he has so many offers already.