One of the top All-American games around, several of the top prospects in the West and nationally will be participating in the game.
The coaching staffs for Team Black and Team White is stacked with former NFL and college stars.
Team Black is coached by Jack Thompson, the former Washington State quarterback who was the highest drafted Polynesian in the NFL. He'll be joined by Mori Suesue, Steve Tafua, Sione Taufoou, Joey Thomas and Lenny Vandermade.
"AIGA means family and this weekend will stand as a milestone for these young me that we hope will continue to help mold them into great men," said Taufoou, who's the head coach at Menlo Atherton HS and one of the traveling coaches on the Elite 11 and Nike Football Training Camp circuit.
Team White is coached by Maa Tanuvasa, a former Hawaii defensive end who won two Super Bowl rings with the Denver Broncos. Coaching with him are Mike Crawford, Gery Graham, Reno Mahe, Damien Satete and Manu Savea.
Team Black has California's top offensive lineman, Damien Mama from St.John Bosco. Other standouts on the lines include Kammy Delp, a commit to Arizona State, David Lemoto from Canoga Park, Serra's Samiu Akoteu and Davis Miyashiro-Saiapaia.
BYU commit Sione Takitaki is one of the two-way threats for Team Black.
Other names to watch include Tai Tiedemann, Justin Allen, Manly Williams, Manase Palu, Jarvis Polu (Army commit), Manoah Tuiasosopo, Christian Pabico, Dallas Lopez, Adam Connette, London Iakopo and Semise Kofe.
Other names to watch are S.J. Fehoko, Austin Maloata, Matt Rockett, Chase Forrest, Matthew Palmer, Reuben Leasau, Josiah Polamalu-Gates, Mori Savini, Boise State commit Tennessee Suesue, Sione Taumoeanga, Austin Striplin, Polo Langi and Emmett Tela.
Tevita Ofahengaue, a former BYU tight end and former NFL Draft Mr. Irrelevant is one of the organizers of the game.
"AIGA is family and with that said, AIGA over everything," said Ofahengaue.