|Davonte Young (2013)|
Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco|
Looks like the next big thing at St. John Bosco, and was outstanding both days for Alliance Sports.
|Drew Wolitarsky (2013)|
Canyon Country (Calif.) Canyon|
In the early rounds of the playoffs, was clutch for B2G in their run to the title.
|Johnny Johnson (2013)|
Back, Fresno (Calif.) San Joaquin Memorial
May have been the best defensive back, regardless of class, the entire weekend.
|Josh Rosen (2015)|
Still an eighth grader, was a big reason why Alliance Sports won their pool and had a decent run in the playoffs on a young team.
|Kelly Hilinski (2013)|
Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame
Didn't get to play with a particular team, and was part of a hodgepodge squad, but showed his talent and his arm throughout the weekend.
|Khari McGee (2013)|
Fresno (Calif.) Edison
A big part of the reason Deontay Greenberry looked so good all weekend was because McGee was placing so many of those throws right into his hands.
|Malik Cyphers (2014)|
Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne
Got his feet wet as an eighth grader last year, this year came back with more confidence and showed it all weekend.
|Sebastian LaRue (2013)|
Orange (Calif.) Lutheran
Made plays at receiver and showed some very deceptive speed.
Highland (Utah) Lone Peak
Played a big role in Utah's run to the semifinals as one of their primary receivers.
|Trent Irwin (2015)|
Another youngster, when teams tried to stop Gabriel Marks, the 8th grader made them pay.
|Troy Williams (2013)|
Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne|
Was outstanding all weekend, playing with his high school team, and torched his Team 1925 All-Star teammates in a 28-0 rout.