This year's Pylon Elite Camps in Las Vegas continues the Vegas invasion of the former Badger and New Level Elite 7v7.
The tournament begins on Saturday, and continues on Sunday, and there will be plenty of talent on the field at All-American Fields.
Prospects from Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Washington will be amongst the talent on hand as well as Texas and even the East Coast.
The unique format features select teams from around the West and beyond.
It will be a 7-on-7 format, with teams playing in a championship and consolation bracket.
Here is a look at some of the top teams and prospects expected in Vegas:
Team AIGA Q90 is the defending champions, and looking to become the first ever 3-time champions of the Vegas tourney. While they graduated many of their players from last year's squad, they now boast one of the premier quarterbacks in the country in Corona (Calif.) Santiago's Blake Barnett, the MVP of the Los Angeles Elite 11 and a commit to Notre Dame. He's one of two West Coast commits headed to the Midwest, with Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei tight end Kyle Penniston joining him.
Other players to watch on AIGA Q90 include Salt Lake City (Utah) Cottonwood linebacker T.J. Fehoko, Temecula (Calif.) Chaparral linebacker Malik Lawal and Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta receiver Colin Baker.
AIGA 808 is another team from the AIGA Foundation, and they're led by several Las Vegas natives including new Bishop Gorman quarterback Danny Hong and safety Nicco Fertitta, who has offers from coast-to-coast including Notre Dame and Boston College. Another Bishop Gorman prospect playing for AIGA 808 is three-star linebacker Nela Otukolo.
4th Quarter Elite has a strong contingent from Los Angeles (Calif.) Salesian, including four-star linebacker Kyahva Tezino, three-star receiver Jeremy Kelly and Dana Hills (Calif.) quarterback Cole Wilber.
Bay Area Elite has one of the elite 2016 prospects in the West in San Jose (Calif.) Valley Christian receiver Collin Johnson, who was offered by Texas recently and has a handful of Pac-12 offers. Playing opposite him is three-star receiver Austin Aaron from Napa (Calif.), who also owns Pac-12 offers. One of the Bay's most versatile two-way prospects, Stephen Johnson from San Leandro (Calif.) leads their secondary. San Ramon (Calif.) California tight end Matt Snyder figures to be another big target for three-star Pleasanton (Calif.) Foothill quarterback Kyle Kearns, who led his squad to a tournament title last week at the Passing Down regional event.
BBT Truth has one of the premier 2016 quarterbacks nationally in Santa Margarita (Calif.) four-star K.J. Costello and he'll have another South Orange County prospect to throw to in Las Flores (Calif.) Tesoro's Jake Smeltzer. Another underclass star is La Canada (Calif.) St. Francis' receiver Dylan Crawford. Defensively, the West's top middle linebacker, Cameron Smith from Granite Bay, will be coming down from NorCal to play with BBT Truth. Whittier (Calif.) Christian WR/TE Noah Evans is another intriguing prospct.
Cathedral out of Los Angeles has receiver Aaron Moore, who was the WR MVP in a loaded field at last week's Los Angeles NFTC as well as quarterback M.C. Poe, a three-star prospect with offers. Cameron Haney plays cornerback and also has offers.
D1 Academy has San Diego (Calif.) Westview quarterback Nate Ketteringham and Corona (Calif.) Centennial receiver Greyson Bankhead as well as Etiwanda (Calif.) linebacker DeShawn Fortune, one of the standouts at defensive end last week at the NFTC.
DB Guru from Fresno is strong, where else, in the secondary. Savion Simms and Dehlon Preston from Fresno (Calif.) Central and A.J. Greeley from Fresno (Calif.) Edison bolster Tony Perry's defensive backfield. On offense, Fresno (Calif.) Roosevelt tight end Ricky McCoy is their top target.
Elite Athletes has two of the best quarterbacks in California, Anaheim (Calif.) Servite four-star Travis Waller and Westlake (Calif.) four-star 2016 quarterback Malik Henry, who was offered by USC this week. Two-way three-star Mike Little from Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame is another to watch.
Elite 760 was one of the surprise teams a year ago, based out of San Diego and they have two very strong squads.
FCA Chosen has won the first two big tournaments in California this year and are one of the favorites this weekend. Buena Park (Calif.) four-star receiver Jaylinn Hawkins is their star, but there is talent elsewhere, including four-star 2016 safety Micah Croom from Long Beach (Calif.) Poly. His teammate, Josh Love, is the quarterback for FCA Chosen.
Frat Boyz Gold has the nation's top quarterback, Ricky Town from Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure, running their offense and also has the West's top linebacker, John Houston from Gardena (Calif.) Serra leading their defense. Concord (Calif.) De La Salle safety Jevari Anderson bolsters their secondary. Others to watch include Gardena (Calif.) Serra's Blake Walls, Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian linebacker Eddie Rudinski and Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure running back Marcus Chambers.
Frat Boyz Fly has four-star athlete Ykili Ross from Riverside (Calif.) Poly. Corona (Calif.) Centennial cornerback Jihree Stewart is one of the fastest rising corner prospects in the West, with a number of Pac-12 offers coming in. Las Flores (Calif.) Tesoro quarterback Devon Modster from the 2016 class, is their signal-caller with Pasadena (Calif.) La Salle's Will Pyburn.
Frat Boyz Revolution has Upland (Calif.) quarterback Tyler Hilinski, a three-star, and one of the top 7on7 quarterbacks a year ago running their offense. He has three Upland teammates that are on his squad including elite 2017 prospect Nathan Tilford, who already has USC and UCLA offers, four-star safety Kameron Powell and three-star tight end Hasani Smith.
GameChangers have Burbank (Calif.) three-star running back James Williams, and a pair of 2017 prospects from power programs, Anaheim (Calif.) Servite's Jeremiah Hawkins and Long Beach (Calif.) Poly's Tariq Johnson.
Paramount (Calif.) three-star cornerback Donzale Roddie and Santa Margarita (Calif.) three-star receiver Kyle Sweet pace GG West.
Ground Zero has the West's top running back, Malik Lovette from Redlands (Calif.) East Valley on offense and defensively has Mike Bell and Malik Psalms from Chino Hills (Calif.) Ayala leading their secondary. Elite 2016 linebacker Lokeni Toailoa from Rialto (Calif.) Carter is also a defensive standout. Los Angeles (Calif.) Salesian quarterback Damion Wright will play on both sides of the ball.
Hukilau Cafe from Hawaii has new Utah commit Tuli Wily-Matagi running their offense and he could even play some defense during the weekend.
Kenion Training has Danville (Calif.) San Ramon Valley quarterback Kevin Davidson and Rohnert Park (Calif.) Rohnert Park receiver Chris Taylor-Yamanoha leading their offense, both 2016 prospects.
Northwest Underclassmen is led by Aberdeen (Wash.) four-star linebacker Joel Dublanko, a 2016 prospect and he's joined by Vancouver (Wash.) Evergreen running back Rey Green from the southern part of the State. From the Puget Sound area, Lake Stevens (Wash.) 2016 quarterback Jacob Eason will run the offense and Yakima (Wash.) Davis safety Eric Briscoe also will be a part of the roster.
Oregon will have West Salem (Ore.) quarterback Cade Smith, a three-star and his teammate and favorite target, Keegan Hlad, on offense. Two other quarterbacks include Eric Dungey from Lake Oswego (Ore.) Lakeside and Portland (Ore.) Roosevelt's Kimane Domena. Vancouver (Wash.) Evergreen receiver Justice Murphy, a three-star, will play with the Oregon squad just across the Columbia River.
Team 19, after a year off, and two straight trips to the finals (including a national championship in 2011) is back with several top prospects like Gardena (Calif.) Serra four-star Brandon Burton, four-star Stanley Norman, Newbury Park (Calif.) running back Darick Holmes and 2017 star Darnay Holmes.
Team D1 boasts the West's top safety in Encino (Calif.) Crespi four-star Marvell Tell and four-star receiver Desean Holmes from Pasadena (Calif.) Muir. Another four-star from Muir, Taeon Mason, is a commit to USC.
Team Pro Sport has Curt Calomeni from San Jose (Calif.) Bellarmine Prep and tight end Jacob Moen from Gilroy (Calif.) on their roster.
The Factory has 2016 Fresno (Calif.) Clovis West receiver J.J. Wills, the son of former UCLA running back Shaun Wills as one of its standouts.
The Shop from Fresno is one of the most loaded squads, with two four-star receivers, Isaiah Langley from Pleasanton (Calif.) Foothilla and L.J. Reed from Elk Grove (Calif.) Cosumnes Oaks as well as three-star running back Bolu Olorunfunmi from Fresno (Calif.) Clovis North, who just committed to UCLA this week. Quarterback Cameron Burston from Hayward (Calif.) Stellar Prep also commtited to San Jose State this week.
Utah Team One, coached by famed coach David Peck, has talent all over like four-star linebacker Osa Masina from Salt Lake City (Utah) Brighton and four-star linebacker Christian Folau from Salt Lake City (Utah) East, a commit to Stanford. In the secondary, BYU commit Dayan Lake from Layton (Utah) Northridge leads the defensive backfield.
Utah Team Two has Wisconsin commit Austin Kafenztis from Sandy (Utah) Jordan at quarterback and Utah State commit Zayne Anderson at safety.
Washington has Camas (Wash.) Union quarterback Nolan Henry joined by Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline receiver Derrick Loville and Lake Stevens (Wash.) receiver Josh Rasmussen as well as Seattle (Wash.) Lakeside tight end Erik Rottsolk and Bothell (Wash.) receiver Dayzell Wilson as his targets.
Weapon X from Colorado boasts a pair of Scout 300 prospects in Colorado Springs (Colo.) Pine Creek cornerback Avery Anderson and the state's top player in Highlands Ranch (Colo.) Valor Christian cornerback Eric Lee, both commits to Nebraska. Coaching the squad is former NFL star Brian Dawkins, who's son, Brian Dawkins Jr., also is a part of the secondary.