The 2015 SoCal Elite Football Camp presented by official sponsor www.Snap-Raise.com and Collegiate Sports Data takes place on Friday, June 19th at Fullerton College in Fullerton, Calif.
Several of the top prospects in Southern California are expected of the nearly 400 prospects registered.
"The thing that makes our camps different is the fact that we bring all schools together and they coach the entire camp," said Cole Morgan, the director of the camp.
Coaches from Oregon State, USC, Oregon and UCLA will be instructors at the camp as well as from UC Davis, Azusa Pacific, Redlands, Puget Sound, Claremont, Chapman, Laverne, Willamette, Pomona-Pitzer, Occidental, College of Idaho, Fullerton College and East LA JC.
"Frankly this camp is on the verge of becoming a giant just like the NW has become," said Morgan. "Our second year at the NW Camp we had only six schools."
"The coaches from the schools coach each one of the position drills. This allows the athletes a very unique opportunity that for less than $100 an athlete can be coached by over 15 schools," said Morgan. "The camp is coached by the coaches. We will have one coach for every five athletes."
The camp is part of the Northwest Elite Football Camp, the annual camp in Washington that routinely draws 600-700 campers.
Long Beach (Calif.) St. Anthony's athlete Logan Gamble, who committed to Cal earlier this week, headlines the group along with San Marcos (Calif.) Mission Hills three-star quarterback Dakota Miller.
Underclassmen to watch include Las Vegas (Nev.) Desert Pine 2017 offensive lineman Poutasi Poutasi is one to watch.