The top-ranked quarterback at the camp on Saturday will be North Carolina commit. Anthony Ratliff. The 2015 Matthews (N.C.) Butler signal-caller, who recently added a fourth star, had a strong performance at the Atlanta Elite 11 last weekend and is a big-time dual-threat quarterback.
Kendall Hinton will also be hand. The Durham (N.C.) Southern standout helped lead his school to a state championship last season. Like Ratliff, he can beat with both his arm and legs. Duke and N.C. State appear to be the teams to beat for the three-star prospect.
Another junior quarterback to watch is Kelvin Hopkins.
Numerous talented running backs will be in the Queen City.
The group features two four-star prospects – Bryce Love and Nyheim Hines. Love, who is from Wake Forest (N.C.), is one of the fastest prospects in the country. Hines, who is out of Garner (N.C.), is one of the most dynamic playmakers in the nation. Each have scholarship offers from across the country.
The 2016 class will also be well-represented at running back. Leading the way will be four-star prospects Antonio Williams, who is committed to North Carolina and Tre Harbison. Both are coming off big sophomore seasons.
Wide Receiver/Tight End
A number of talented receivers will be at the camp on Saturday.
Bryan Edwards is one of the top 2016 receivers in the country. The four-star Conway (S.C.) prospect is very strong and athletic. He holds offers from Clemson, South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida, Duke and Virginia Tech.
Cole Blackmon is also a very good prospect.
The top-ranked tight end scheduled to compete is Tavin Richardson from Duncan (S.C.) Byrnes. He is long prospect, who can also play wide receiver. Richardson has double-digit offers.
Three offensive linemen with double-digit offers are scheduled to attend. Brian Chaffin from Charlotte (N.C.), who is the top center in the South, has seen his recruitment explode recently. Emanuel McGirt from Durham (N.C.) Hillside and Austin Clark from Lexington (Va.) Rockbridge County are also two fast-rising offensive tackles.
Chaffin remains wide open with his recruitment. North Carolina and N.C. State are McGirt's top two schools. Lastly, Clark will narrow his list down in about a month, but said Penn State, Tennessee and Clemson will definitely make the cut.