At 6-feet and 175 pounds, McCary was super smooth all weekend and made a lot of plays for one of the Miami-based teams. He has the athleticism you look for in a major college prospect and the Coral Reef High standout will likely get recruited hard next year.
At 6-foot-1 and 175 pounds, Scott is a playmaker. Whether it was taking short passes and turning them into long touchdowns or making diving catches, Scott made plenty of plays all weekend. Florida State offered him recently and you could see why this weekend. The East Lake High standout will be one to watch closely.
Team Big Bend had a solid tournament and one of the big reasons why was the play of Stephens. At 6-foot-4 and 205 pounds, he's a big target and he simply knows how to get open and he's excellent with jump balls. The Taylor County standout looks like a premier young receiver to watch in the Panhandle.
6-foot-4 receivers who can really run don't come around too often. Tarver has the size, the athletic ability, and made enough plays to generate a lot of buzz over the weekend. Glades Central is always loaded with quality players and he'll be the next big one in line in the 2014 class.
One of the best defensive prospects at the entire event, Wilson will be just a junior this fall at The University School in Fort Lauderdale. At 6-foot-2 and 190 pounds, Wilson has all the tools. His man coverage skills are outstanding, especially for his size. He has a chance to be really special and will likely get recruited nationally in the next recruiting cycle.