QB Jack Sears, San Clemente (Calif.)
Sears earned MVP honors at the quarterback and earned an invitation to the Elite 11 Finals, the third Triton quarterback in the past six years to be a finalist.
QB Tua Tagovailoa, Honolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis
The Alabama commit was solid all day and also earned a spot in the Elite 11 Finals.
RB Najee Harris, Antioch (Calif.)
The No. 1 player in the country measured in at 6-3, 226-pounds and was stellar in the position drills against the linebackers while showing great hands in half-skelly.
WR Chris Brooks, Newbury Park (Calif.)
While rated as a running back, the more we see Brooks, the more we see him in the slot in college and he ended the day as the WR MVP.
WR Isaiah Hodgins, Walnut Creek (Calif.) Berean Christian
We've seen Hodgins a ton this spring and this was the best the Washington State verbal looked, consistently catching the ball, stretching the field and showing good body control.
WR Jamire Calvin, Los Angeles (Calif.) Cathedral
The shifty Calvin showed great burst and explosiveness in the open field throughout the day.
TE Colby Parkinson, Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian
The West's No. 1 tight end in the 2017 class, the Stanford commit earned a spot in The Opening Finals by being the standout of a loaded tight end group.
TE Josh Falo, Sacramento (Calif.) Inderkum
Falo was another tight end who shined on Sunday, running well and effortlessly catching the ball.
OL Aaron Banks, El Cerrito (Calif.)
Banks played right tackle on the day and was the most consistent player at the position, earning a spot in the Final Five.
OL Jonathan Nathaniel, Chandler (Ariz.) Basha
Nathaniel ended the day as the OL MVP after shining at left tackle in the 1on1's and the Final Five.