The two-day event included some top talent from many of the states in the region, but some stood head and shoulders above the rest.
In this second of two installments, Scout.com takes a look at the top offensive performers.
1. Trevon Diggs, WR, 5-11, 155, Rockville (Md.) Wootton (2016)
The Skinny: Diggs, who is the brother of Maryland receiver Stefon Diggs, lived up to the hype of his name, using his explosive speed and size to create separation, leaving him open for catch after catch. When he was covered, Diggs elevated over opposing defense backs, climbing the ladder and high pointing the ball in the end zone.
2. Nick Johns, QB, 6-3, 220, Washington (D.C.) Gonzaga
The Skinny:Johns was consistent and accurate, and he made a lot of strong throws.. He showed off his range, connecting with Trevon Diggs on several deep routes Saturday, and was quick to make reads and found open targets across the field. He was comfortable throwing to various depths on the field, and he rarely forced the ball.
3. Brandon Wimbush, QB, 6-2, 205, Jersey City (N.J.) St. Peter's Prep
The Skinny: Wimbush showed off his strong arm and his ability to spin the football during his Saturday stint at the event. He threw some beautiful 10-yard outs on a rope that left the cornerback in awe. Wimbush still needs to gain consistency in making quicker reads and being more accurate on intermediate throws, but his talent was unmistakable.
4. Dwayne Haskins, QB, 6-2, 180, Potomac (Md.) The Bullis School (2016)
The Skinny: Haskins, who once attended nearby Piscataway (N.J.) High, showed very godo arm strength and confidence in throwing balls into tight windows all while being the second quarterback on the Perfect Performance team. He flicks his wrist and the ball flies, and he has a smooth, effortless delivery.
5. Cole Blackman, WR, 6-2, 195, Glen Allen (Va.) High
The Skinny: Blackman was a technician and precise. He ran good routes and came out of breaks well, caught the ball at its highest point and was used his size to fend off defensive backs. He caught the ball in traffic and displayed body control and strong hands.
6. Quadree Henderson, WR, 5-9, 175, Wilmington (Del.) Dupont
The Skinny: Henderson is speed and quickness, and the way he got into and out of his breaks was something worth watching. He changes direction will and his quick in tight spaces. He set up defensive backs well and covering him on double moves was not an easy endeavor.
7. DeAndre Swift, RB, 5-9, 175, Philadelphia St. Joseph's Prep (2017)
The Skinny: Events like this are not built for running backs, but Swift showed his tremendous talent. He could not be covered by linebackers and showed very good change of direction and burst. He jumped onto the scene in the state title win for Prep, and he showed that was not a fluke.
8. Amir Ealey, TE, 6-4, 230, Coatesville (Pa.) High
The Skinny: Ealey's athleticism was tremendous. He was loose and flexible, got off the line of scrimmage well and came out of his breaks accelerating and looking for the ball. He needed to be more precise with some of his routes, but he was able to get open and his speed and length was a problem for linebackers.
9. Jaason Lewis, WR, 6-3, 240, Virginia Beach (Va.) Ocean Lakes
The Skinny: Lewis dropped a pass in overtime to end Saturday's session that would have given the Thoroughbreds the win, but it didn't take away from a strong day. He will go to UCLA as a running back, but he showed skills getting down the field and his physical play was too much for most defensive backs to handle. He had the speed to get behind defenses, and he ran nice routes.
10. JoJo Gause, WR, 6-2 ½, 200, New Berlin (N.Y.) Milford Academy (post-grad)
The Skinny: Gause is heading to a prep school for a post-graduate season and he looked the part of an older player with more experience. He was physically dominant, exploited smaller players on fly routes, led team to finals and an upset over the Thoroughbreds. He displayed strong hands in the red zone.