The Opening Finals Invites
DB Stephan Blaylock, Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco
The No. 4 safety in the West and a commit to UCLA, Blaylock joined his fellow Bosco safety Jaiden Woodbey, to give the Braves a finalist at The Opening for the seventh straight year, the longest of any school in the country.
DB Jevon Holland, Oakland (Calif.) Bishop O'Dowd
The No. 5 athlete in the West, Holland, an Oregon commit, punched his ticket to the Finals after a strong showing in his backyard.
LB Brandon Kaho, Reno (Nev.)
Kaho, a Scout 300 member, was the SPARQ MVP with the highest rating on the day, a 124.7. The commit to BYU is the first Reno native to ever earn a spot in The Opening Finals.
OT Penei Sewell, St. George (Utah) Desert Hills
The West's No. 1 offensive lineman and a four-star tackle, Sewell followed up a solid showing in Los Angeles with another strong performance in Oakland to land his invite to the Finals.
DB Steve Stephens, Fresno (Calif.) Edison
The No. 1 safety in the West, Stephens, a commit to Oregon, continued his torrid spring by earning an invite to Beaverton, joining fellow Holland as Oregon commits headed to their future state.
DB Chase Williams, Corona (Calif.) Roosevelt
One of the best athletes in the West, the four-star Nebraska commit was the DB MVP and that helped him score an invitation to the Finals.