With the fifth annual Scout.com Combine in Los Angeles, the talent will be on display on Saturday.
The same combine that introduced eventual Scout.com #1-ranked player Everson Griffen, had 26 players selected from the 2007 combine to the three major All-American Games, and has become one of the most loaded stops on the Scout.com Combine tour kicks off at Los Angeles Harbor this Saturday.
As always, it is at full capacity and no walk-ups will be accepted.
We take a look at some of the offensive players expected to show their wares on Saturday.
Last year, Encino (Calif.) Crespi quarterback Bryan Bennett earned all-Underclass Combine honors after having one of the best days for all passers. This year, he's back ready to earn the honors for the entire camp.
He'll be joined by fellow Serra League passer Ryan Kasdorf from Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame, the all-state passer from a year ago who is one of the more underrated passers in the country.
Also coming out is Duke commit Brandon Connette from Corona (Calif.) Santiago. Connette is the lone committed quarterback set to participate.
Greg Watson, who helped lead Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) to the CIF-SS title a year ago, and has an offer from Oregon as a cornerback, will work with the quarterbacks this time.
Some underclassmen to watch include Kyle Boehm from San Jose (Calif.) Archbishop Mitty, who did well as a frosh in Oakland last year, Michael Eubank, next in line at Corona (Calif.) Centennial, Nate Romine, the heir to the throne vacated at Upland (Calif.) by Josh Nunes, and Troy Williams at Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne.
The last few years, standout running backs like Cierre Wood, Darrell Scott and Raymond Carter have come out and this year, there will be another solid contingent of backs.
The headliners are Brennan Clay from San Diego (Calif.) Scripps Ranch and Corona (Calif.) back Jordon James, who've got a who's-who lists of offers. Clay and James are two of the top backs in a loaded class in the Golden State. Compton's James McConico is a gametime decision, depending on his track obligations, but the that trio would be as good as any this year.
And that doesn't take into account stellar backs like Cameron Roberson from Newbury Park (Calif.), Emery Schexnayder from Riverside (Calif.) North, Fontana (Calif.) Kaiser's Anthony Brown or Washington commit Melvin Davis from Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne.
The spot that's always loaded with talent is the receiver spot, and this year is no exception, thanks to a quartet of trio stars that includes Encinitas (Calif.) La Costa Canyon's Kenny Stills, Ontario (Calif.) Colony's Kenneth Scott and Gardena (Calif.) Serra's Paul Richardson. Scott and Richardson, in fact, were all combine honorees a year ago.
Quite possibly the hardest working camper in the country is Tehvyn Brantley, who's making another stop on the Scout Combine circuit, coming from North Carolina to California to follow up on his all-combine performance in Charlotte.
Players we've seen quite a bit of in the past two years at various camps that will be in attendance include Vista's Troy Ware, Bobby Ratliff from Etiwanda, Encino Crespi's Brandon Graves and Edwin Tillman from Culver City.
Some other names to watch are Chris Simpson from Corona Centennial, Necho Beard from Rancho Verde, Andrew Berg from Los Gatos, Marcell Peoples from Corona Santiago and Ify Umodo and Geoff Vaughns from Covina South Hills.
A handful of underclassmen will also be in attendance led by Kapeili Pomee from Rancho Verde.
One of the elite tight ends nationally, Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Randall Telfer will headline the group at tight end. In fact, it was a tight end a year ago that earned MVP honors in Morrell Presley, and Telfer is in the same mold as Presley, both big, physical receiver types.
Pierce Richardson from Encino Crespi has fit in just fine in taking over for Joseph Fauria, now at Notre Dame, and sports a couple of offers. Harold Mobley from Corona (Calif.) Roosevelt has four offers himself and will be on display.
The one-on-one's are back and figure to be pretty animated, thanks to a strong group of offensive lineman.
The top lineman coming out is Scout 300 member Giovanni Di Poalo from Ventura St. Bonaventure, who's been an anchor of the Seraphs' line the past few years.
From the Inland Empire, Lamar Bratton from North HS, Corin Brooks from Arlington HS in Riverside (and an all-underclassmen selection last year), Avery Poats from Rancho Verde and David Peterson from Redlands East Valley, will be in action.
The City Section will also have some good talent, led by USC commit Dak Smith, who may also run with the defensive tackles, and his Westchester teammates Demetrius Beaver and Marques Johnson as well as Carson's Wade Yandall.
The action begins at 10 a.m. at Los Angeles Harbor College, and again, it is at full capacity and no walk-ups will be accepted.