The headliners of the quarterback group scheduled to compete on Sunday are four-star Ohio State commit Emory Jones from Franklin (Ga.) Heard County and four-star Texas A&M commit Cade Fortin from Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinnet.
Other 2018 quarterbacks to watch are Montgomery (Ala.) Lanier's James Foster, Columbia (S.C.) Ben Lippen's Trad Beatty and Valdosta (Ga.) Lowndes' Michael Barrett, who holds offers from LSU, Maryland and Georgia Tech among others.
There will be some talented underclassman competing. The list includes four-star 2019 Pinson (Ala.) Pinson Valley's Bo Nix and 2019 Monroe (N.C.) Sun Valley's Sam Howell, as well as 2020 prospects Harrison Bailey out of Marrietta (Ga.) and Max Johnson out of Watkinsville (Ga.) Oconee County, who will be two of the best in their class.
Other top backs to watch are Minnesota commit Nolan Edmonds from Alpharhetta (Ga.), Harold Joiner from Mountain Brook (Ala.), Lyn-J Dixon from Butler (Ga.) Taylor County, Christian Turner from Buford (Ga.), Kavosiey Smoke from Wetumpka (Ala.) and 2019 Loganville (Ga.) Grayson's Ronald Thompkins
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The receiver group figures to be strong. Four-star prospects scheduled to compete are Seth Williams from Cottondale (Ala.) Paul W. Bryant, Marquez Ezzard from Stockbridge (Ga.), Kearis Jackson from Fort Valley (Ga.) Peach County, Josh Vann from Tucker (Ga.), Matthew Hill from Snellville (Ga.) Brookwood and Manchester (Tenn.) Coffey County Central's Alontae Taylor, who is committed to Tennessee.
Demarcus Gregory from Duncan (S.C.) Byrnes, Dennis Smith from Gaffney (S.C.), 2019 prospect Jadon Haselwood out of Ellenwood (Ga.) Cedar Grove and 2020 prospect Michael Robertson from Hogansville (Ga.) Callaway will also be on hand.
The tight end group will be led by Atlanta (Ga.) Marist's John Fitzpatrick, who No. 1 in the state at the position. He will be joined by talented duo of underclassman in 2019 four-star Kennesaw (Ga.) Kennesaw Mountain's Ryland Goede and 2020 College Park (Ga.) Woodard Academy's Arik Gilbert, who already has offers from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Michigan and Tennessee among others.
There will be a lot of talent in the trenches on Sunday. Knoxville (Tenn.) Catholic offensive tackle Cade Mays, who is the 18th-ranked prospect in the country and committed to Tennessee, is the headliner. Two other four-star 2018 offensive tackles -- Dylan Wonnum from Tucker (Ga.) and Christian Armstrong from Warner Robbins (Ga.) -- are prospects to watch.
The offensive guard spot looks like it will be impressive. Trey Hill from Warner Robbins (Ga.) Houston County, James Ohonba from Stockbridge (Ga.) Woodland, Christian Meadows from Montezuma (Ga.) Macon County and Marcus Jenkins from Montgomery (Ala.) Park Crossing are all four-star prospects. Others at the position to keep an eye on are Stone Mountain (Ga.) Stephenson's Jalil Irvin, who is committed to Auburn, and Snellville (Ga.) Brookwood's Casey Holman, who is committed to Duke.
Rounding out the list is a talented group of underclassman that includes 2019 Oxford (Ala.) center Clay Webb, 2019 Trussville (Ala.) Hewitt-Trussville offensive tackle Pierce Quick, 2019 Hogansville (Ga.) Callaway offensive tackle Keiondre Jones and 2020 Norcross (Ga.) Greater Atlanta Christian offensive tackle Myles Hinton.