There will also be a number of the region's best 2016 quarterback prospects, including Newtown (Pa.) Council Rock North's Brandon McIlwain, who holds double digits offers, including Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Miami, Ohio State, Penn State, South Carolina, UCLA and Virginia.
There are a number of intriguing quarterbacks in the class ready to compete beyond Wimbush, including four-star Kai Locksley of Baltimore Gilman School. Locksley recently named a Top 10 of Auburn, Miami, Ohio State, Texas, Oregon, Florida State, Ole Miss, Maryland, Baylor and Virginia Tech.
Another target to watch is Washington (D.C.) Gonzaga's Nick Johns. He is being recruited hard by Virginia and Maryland, and both made him a priority in the class.
Montclair (N.J.) High's Elijah Robinson is slated to attend, and he holds a handful of offers, including ones from Rutgers, Nebraska and Virginia, but schools are also looking at him as a defensive back.
A few other quarterebacks looking to make a name for themselves are Wallington (N.J.) High's Ryan Adzima, Waldorf (Md.) North Point's Brandon Battle, Skillman (N.J.) Montgomery's Chris Chugunov, Bellmore (N.Y.) Mepham's Tyler Davis, Cheshire (Conn.) Academy's Patrick Kehoe and Arlington (Va.) Wakefield's Riley Wilson and Leesburg (Va.) Loudoun Country's Takwan Crews-Taylor.
There is a lot of strength in the 2016 class in the field, and it goes beyond McIlwain.
Also, Ashburn (Va.) Stone Bridge's Joe Thompson will be in attendance.
In the 2017 class, Gilman quarterback Kasim Hill is slated to compete.
Also, class of 2018 quarterback Tyler DeSue of Virginia Beach (Va.) Ocean Lakes will be in attendance. He already holds a Virginia offer.