Not only will there be several Scout 300 prospects on hand, but there will be a slew of college coaches instructing at the camp.
Coaches expected include James Beal (Northern Arizona), Miguel Reveles and Jim Michalzik (Arizona), Scott White (UCLA), Donte Williams (San Jose State), Mark Atuaia, Guy Holiday and Garrett Tujague (BYU), Will Kofe (UC Davis), Aaron Irving (Sacramento State), Victor Santa Cruz (Azusa Pacific), Steven Sorrels (Kenyon), Dan Ferrigno and Kurt Mattix (Michigan) and Lewis Powell (Hawaii).
And there will be plenty of talent there too, especially from the Team AIGA 7on7 team that won the NLA Elite 7on7 in Las Vegas in March.
The quarterback group has some good ones, including Honolulu (Hawaii) Punahou's Larry Tuileta, a commit to Hawaii as well as Long Beach (Calif.) Poly's Tai Tiedemann and Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei's Chase Forrest. Those three helped lead Team AIGA to the 7on7 title.
At running back, Menifee (Calif.) Heritage fullback Limihai Hifo, a San Jose State commit, is the long college verbal in the group, but there are other college targets, including Pittsburg (Calif.) back Harris Ross and Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei running back Justin Allen.
The receivers are led by Roseville (Calif.) Oakmont's Justin Holmes, Oceanside (Calif.) receiver Mikah Holder, who committed to San Diego State earlier this week and Jace Whittaker, his teammate at Oceanside, who pledged to Arizona. San Diego (Calif.) Madison receiver Michael Garner has an Arizona offer and Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta receiver Colin Baker is a top underclassmen. California's top tight end, Tyler Luatua from La Mirada (Calif.), will also be in attendance.
On the offensive line, two of the premier linemen in the country will be on hand, four-stars Damien Mama from Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco and Vinae Talamaivao from Corona (Calif.) Centennial, an Alabama commit. Ve'ehala Tuihalamaka from Corona (Calif.) Centennial, a 2015 prospect and Riverside (Calif.) King tackle Sean Krepsz will also be on hand.
The defensive line group features new BYU commit Sione Takitaki, a defensive end from Menifee (Calif.) Heritage, USC commit Austin Maloata, a USC commit from Corona (Calif.) Centennial and Temecula (Calif.) Linfield's Dallas House.
In the secondary, the nation's top safety, Juju Smith from Long Beach (Calif.) Poly, will be camping. Joining him is Stanford verbal Alijah Holder from Oceanside, Concord (Calif.) De La Salle safety Das Tautalatasi, Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco cornerback Chandler Hawkins, Menifee (Calif.) Heritage defensive back Matthew Palmer and Pittsburg (Calif.) safety Xavier Crawford.