Scout/IMG 7on7: Day 1 Top Five

Scout/IMG 7on7: Day 1 Top Five

The Scout.com/IMG 7on7 Regional Qualifier is taking place in Bradenton this weekend. Many of the state's premier prospects are here and Scout was on hand for all the action on the first day. Lets take a look at the top five performers from day one.

This list is in alphabetical order.

Vernon Hargreaves -- Scout recently named him the number one cornerback prospect in the entire nation and he did nothing to change our opinion of that on Saturday. At 5-foot-10, he may lack ideal height but he has everything else you look for. He's fast, he has loose hips, he's aggressive, he's competitive, and he has tremendous ball skills. Hargreaves says he's been talking to Florida, Florida State, and USC the most and South Florida (where his father coaches) is also very much involved.

Calvin Holmes -- Raines High in Jacksonville has quality players every year and Holmes is another one coming through. At 6-feet and 180 pounds, he had close to 700 yards receiving last season and was outstanding on day one. He is still waiting on his first offer but he should expect many in the spring if he continues playing like he did Saturday.

Travis Johnson -- The Tampa Jesuit standout has become one of the state's most heavily recruited players, regardless of position. At 6-foot-3 and around 200 pounds, Johnson was catching everything in sight and had several touchdowns. He claims to be wide open right now wit2h regards to recruiting.

Kalib Woods -- The Fletcher High standout had over 300 yards receiving last season but look for him to play a much bigger role in 2012. He may be the top player at this event without an offer yet. They will likely come soon for the 6-3, 185-pound playmaker.

Asiantii Woulard -- The top quarterback at the event on day one, he's staking his claim to be the state's top quarterback prospect. He's certainly in that discussion and looked very impressive Saturday. The Winter Park standout is committed to South Florida but will likely get recruited hard by a lot of other schools into the spring and summer.

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