Four-star quarterback Jack West is a longtime Stanford commitment who fits the Cardinal offense well as a strong pro-style passer with above-average arm strength. Justin Rogers from in-state Bossier City Parkway and D.C's Kevin Doyle own impressive offer lists including schools from all over the country.
Grant Gunnell and Chandler Fields are two big-time 2019 quarterbacks expected to compete. Gunnell already owns more than 20 Power Five conference offers from all over America. Fields has one FBS offer from Memphis and will likely become a targeted prospect in the near future.
Noah Cain is one of the nation's best running backs regardless of class. He's a Louisiana native who played his first two years of high school ball at Dallas-area powerhouse Guyer High School in Denton, Texas. The 2019 standout now attends IMG Academy in Florida. Cain holds offers from across the nation.
Two rising Louisiana running backs expected to compete Sunday are Devin Brumfield and Jeremy Gibson. Brumfield will soon reach double-digit offers, while Gibson owns seven, including a few Power Five offers. Texas Tech and Mississippi State are among Brumfield's offers, while the Red Raiders and Arkansas are among Gibson's offers.
Two of the best receivers in the country's 2018 class headline this group: Bossier City (La.) Parkway's Terrace Marshall and Pensacola (Fla.) Escambia's Jacob Copeland. Both wideouts will have their pick from numerous offers from all over the nation. Marshall is a national top 30 prospect in the current 2018 Scout 300, while Copeland is a top 50 prospect.
In addition to Marshall, the state of Louisiana will feature several more talented pass-catchers at Sunday's camp, such as Kansas pledge Devonta Jason, Lawrence Keys III, Ja'Marr Chase, and Jammal Houston.
Tall, long-framed offensive tackle Cameron Wire leads a solid group of in-state linemen expect at Sunday's The Opening New Orleans, along with TCU commit Devin Phillips and Princeton Pines. Wire owns an impressive offer list that includes schools from the SEC, Big 12, Pac-12, Big Ten, and ACC, among others. Phillips and Pines, who has five FBS offers, will both likely play guard at the next level.
-- Scout's John Garcia contributed to this preview.