Top Five Offense
QB Connor Neville, Wilsonville (Ore.)
Two years after jumping on to the screen at a regional event, the Washington State commit won QB MVP honors in the state he'll play his college ball.
RB Connor Wedington, Sumner (Wash.)
Wedington won SPARQ MVP honors, on his birthday, with a 123.27 and looked terrific during the day when he was working with the running backs.
TE Hunter Bryant, Sammamish (Wash.) Eastside Catholic
Bryant became the first tight end to win MVP honors at the shared WR/TE spot and the Washington commit earned a spot in The Opening Finals.
OT Foster Sarell, Graham (Wash.) Kapowsin
Sarell was the most dominant offensive lineman in Seattle, which is what you'd expect from the No. 1 tackle nationally, and he won OL MVP and punched his ticket to The Opening Finals.
OT Dontae Powell, Richland (Wash.)
The Washington State verbal played with violence throughout the day and made it to the Final Five.
Top Five Defense
DL Xavier Banner, Lakewood (Wash.) Lakes
Banner was the surprise on the defensive line, winning DL MVP honors. While he projects as an outside linebacker in college, Banner showed his speed and quickness off the edge as a pass-rusher.
LB Andrew Aleki, Honolulu (Hawaii) Kamehameha
Aleki was stout in coverage, staying with running backs in the flats but also bodying bigger tight ends up the seams to eliminate passing windows.
LB Tayler Katoa, Layton (Utah)
A quarterback for his high school team, this was Katoa's first time working exclusively at linebacker at an event, and he looked plenty comfortable in open space.
DB DeAngelo Gibbs, Loganville (Ga.) Grayson
Gibbs came all the way across the country to land his second straight invitation to The Opening Finals and did so, en route to earning DB MVP honors.
DB Demetrius Douglas, Portland (Ore.) Jesuit
Douglas was the top West Coast defensive back in attendance and made a push for DB MVP honors.
Mountain/Southwest analyst Blair Angulo contributed to this compilation