1) Cayleb Jones, Austin
Jones has everything you look for in a wide receiver with great height, soft hands and nice overall athleticism … except for elite speed. As one of the two Texas commitments at the event, he'll be expected to perform well.
2) Orlando Thomas, Copperas Cove
Thomas is capable of doing a little bit of everything, and though he's a quarterback for Cove, you'll still be able to tell some things about his quickness through his footwork. He'll start off at cornerback at Texas.
3) Matt Davis, Klein Forest
Davis isn't necessarily the type of player who's going to show best at a 7-on-7, but at least we'll be able to gauge the Texas A&M commitment's abilities as a passer. After all, even the best running quarterbacks have to throw the ball once in a while.
4) Will Hines, Waco
5) Collin LaGasse, Lake Travis
The do-it-all prospect could play three different offensive positions on Saturday, though he'll probably wind up playing defense in college.
* Griffin Gilbert, Lake TravisThe tight end prospect ended his spring with a broken collarbone. Because of that, I wouldn't expect him to play, but if he does, he'll be another one to watch because of his length and ability to high-point the ball.
Five 2013 prospects to watch
Dannon Cavil, WR, Lake Travis
Marcos Curry, LB/DB, Round Rock Stony Point
Laquvionte Gonzalez, ATH, Cedar Hill
Darius McClinton, LB, Copperas Cove
Baker Mayfield, QB, Lake Travis