Woulard, 6-foot-4 and 195 pounds, has never been a starting quarterback at the varsity level but he's had an outstanding summer and it continued today. He has ideal size, a big league arm, and can make every throw on the field. He needs to continue learning how to scan the entire field, reading defenses, and could use some mechanical work but all the tools are there for him to emerge as a BCS caliber QB prospect in the 2013 class. USF has already offered him and you can expect many more to come his way.
Copeland lacks ideal size at 5-foot-11 but he is outstanding during the 7on7 competitions. He knows the game very well, had outstanding leadership qualities, and simply makes things happen for his Titan team. With over 20 offers already, Copeland lacks ideal height for a major college QB so he could end up playing WR at the college level. Either way, he's a big time player at this level and showed those skills again Sunday.
Thompson, a University of Miami baseball commitment, may have been the most accurate passer on the day. He lacks ideal height at 5-foot-11 as well but he has a live arm, he's a decent athlete, and is very accurate with his throws. He had a very good junior season on the football field and will try walking onto Miami's football team next season. He was very impressive on Sunday.
Howard, nicknamed "Pig", made play after play in the slot for Edgewater on Sunday -- something he always does for them. At 5-foot-9, he has outstanding short-range quickness and simply knows how to make big plays in their offense. He has over 20 scholarship offers and you could see why again on Sunday.
Montgomery is tough to match, physically. At 6-foot-3 and 210 pounds, he looks like he's built like an NFL receiver already. He continues getting better and better at knowing how to play the WR position, too. He is running crisper routes and catching the ball with less and less effort each time we see him. A national recruit already, Montgomery made several plays again on this day.
Lewis, 5-foot-11, was Miramar's top playmaker. He simply knows how to get open and make things happen. He's very quick off the line, loves to climb the ladder and outjump defensive backs, and looked like a major college WR prospect on Sunday -- and he has the offers to back it up.