Some of the top prospects in the state of Florida played in this event and here are Scout's Top Performers:
Quick Hitter: Coley may have been the most impressive player overall today. He has really matured physically and just taken his game to another level.
Quick Hitter: This rising junior has gotten bigger and stronger while keeping his speed. He played offense and defense Saturday and he will be one of the top prospects in 2014.
Quick Hitter: Dixon was consistent throughout the event and he made play after play. He got behind defenders, he caught the ball in traffic, and he got open. He has some early offers.
Quick Hitter: Hodge is not the biggest linebacker, but Syracuse may be getting a steal. He moves well in space, he turns and runs with receivers, and he closed on the ball well. He is strong and a real competitor.
Quick Hitter: This young man was first put out there by Scout as a sophomore. He was very raw then and he is still learning, but he has progressed a lot over the past year. He looks like a linebacker, but he threw the ball well on Saturday.
Quick Hitter: Hargreaves III did what was expected. He played safety all day, so he did not show any man-to-man skills, but he showed great instincts, his ability to read quarterbacks/receivers, closing speed, and hands. He is exactly what Scout says he is, a five-star prospect.
Quick Hitter: Another great athlete on a team full of them. Nichols played well close to the line on Saturday and he got his hands on numerous balls. He picked off at least two passes and showed very good hips and toughness.
Quick Hitter: Paul was solid in press coverage and playing off the ball in this event. He did a nice job of opening up his hips and running with the receivers Saturday. He has a handful of offers, but that list should grow.
Quick Hitter: He just finished his freshman year this week, so he has three more seasons to go. You will hear a lot more about Peete. He is big (6-5/185) and he really made good adjustments on the ball and caught some balls that many would not have gotten to on Saturday.
Quick Hitter: His time has come. He played behind two seniors a year ago and St. Germain will become the next wide receiver prospect at Palm Beach Central. He is a smooth wideout with a gear to go and get the deep ball.
Geoff Vogt contributed to this feature.