A very deep quarterback group is headlined by Treon Harris, Alin Edouard, Sean White, and Kilton Anderson. Harris was one of the elite athletes at the Combine and now will have a chance to prove that he also possesses the high D-1 arm. Edouard, an early Miami commitment, is not as well known, but every bit as talented. White's consistency has earned him 5+ offers and along with Hunter Boyett should be the wide receivers best friend. Anderson is a prospect whose stock is on the rise.
Simply put there is ridiculous talent in Miami on Sunday. Four of the nations best running backs will once again be in attendance: Sony Michel, Joseph Yearby (Miami), Dalvin Cook (Clemson), and Jordan Scarlett (2015). All of these prospects were at the camp a year ago and were stand-outs and they all continue to add size to their frames. Two prospects to keep an eye on are Mardre London and K'rondis Larry. London has been a stand-out at events like this in the past and Larry might be the fastest player on the field.
The wide receiver group can compete with the RBs in terms of talent as no less than 15 BCS prospects will be competing. Corey Holmes, Travis Rudolph (Miami), and Johnnie Dixon are best known as each has established themselves among the state's best. Holmes is on a roll as he won a state title in December and has been phenominal at several combines. Rudolph is being recruited at both WR and CB, but appears to be working out at WR. Dixon is an elite athlete.
Three prospects that could really establish themselves in the state's pecking order are Tyre Brady, Stanley Clerveaux, and Jimmy Bayes (USF). This group is 6'2+ and has a ton of upside. Brady is a prospect whose stock will almost certainly rise throughout the process. Clerveaux is the least known in the recruiting world, but we expect that to change. Bayes has been dominant on the west coast in 7on7 and has four position versatility (WR-TE-OLB-S)
Don't sleep on Treven Lee, Da'vante Phillips (2015), or Jovan Durante. Each is capable of leaving this camp with plenty of accolades.
Devonaire Clarington (2015) and Odis Grimes will headline the TE group. Clarington already holds most of the major offers and he is just a sophomore. Grimes is an intriguing talent and the type of under the radar prospect that Dade County is known for.
The state's top two offensive tackles will be in attendance: K.C. McDermott and Trevor Darling (Miami). Both were among the best at the camp a year ago and they are very well established on the recruiting trail. Isaiah Wynn will make the trip down from the St. Pete area and he is capable of leaving with the top linemen award (many thought he was in San Antonio earlier this year). St Thomas Aquinas continues to churn out D-1 linemen every year. Nick Linder will follow his brother to Miami, but two other BCS prospects will be in attendance: Kai Absheer and Ryan Crozier. Crozier had a terrific junior year while Absheer put up some intriguing combine numbers a few months ago.