It is a loaded event, and here is the offensive breakdown of it:
Four-star Kai Locksley of Baltimore Gilman School and Nick Johns of Washington (D.C.) Gonzaga are two of the headliners. Locksley's two dozen offers include Texas, Auburn and Oregon, and Johns is focused on schools like Maryland and Virginia.
Class of 2016 quarterback Brandon McIlwain of Newtown (Pa.) Council Rock North holds double digit offers, and will have a chance to show his durability after competing in Friday's Elite 11. Another 2016 prospect who impressed in the Elite 11 and will stay for the NFTC is Potomac (Md.) The Bullis School's Dwayne Haskins, who has a smooth release and nice arm strength.
Class of 2016 Graham (N.C.) signal-caller Jamie Newman will look to build of a strong performance at the Elite 11. Newman is a big, strong prospect, who is attracting interest from Duke, Elon, North Carolina State, Penn State, Wake Forest and Western Carolina.
The underclassmen will be well-represented as 2017 Chesapeake (Va.) Indian River's Devon Hunter and 2017 Chesapeake (Va.) Oscar Smith's Shon Mitchell will be in attendance. Hunter already has double-digit scholarship offers, while Mitchell helped lead his team to the state championship game last year. Tyler DeSue, who will be a freshman at Virginia Beach (Va.) Ocean Lakes next fall, will also compete in the event.
Two of the top 2015 running backs in Virginia – Oscar Smith's DeShawn McClease and Centreville's A.J. Turner – will be on hand. McClease has several offers, while Turner is closing in on 20 offers and has been one of the hottest prospects in the nation over the past week.
Also set to be in attendance are Centerville's Taylor Boose, who is one of the most underrated running backs in Virginia, as well as Gonzaga's Reggie Corbin, who holds a handful of offers, Devonte Williams of The Bullis School and New Rochelle (N.Y.) High's Jonathan Forrest.
Class of 2016 running back Lorenzo Harrison of Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha already holds a Virginia offer, and two of the top 2016 running backs in North Carolina – four-star Huntersville South Lake Christian's Robert Washington and Gastonia Forestview's Moe Neal – will compete in the event. Washington, who has over 20 offers, added Nebraska, Notre Dame and Stanford in the past few days. Neal is one of the most versatile prospects in the state's 2016 class and holds offers from Akron, Charlotte and Mississippi State.
Class of 2016 Suffolk (Va.) King's Fork's Deshaun Wethington and 2016 Manassas (Va.) Stonewall Jackson's Reggie Floyd are both coming off big sophomore seasons and will be at the camp. Both are still waiting for their first offers, but look for that to change soon.
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West Virgina commit Jordan Adams, the brother of Franklin's Jacquez Adams, Pomfret (Md.) McDonough's Josh Teachey (Toledo offer), Harrisburg (Pa.) High's Amechie Walker (Toledo offer) and Bridgeton (N.J.) High's Nazir Williams (Connecticut offer) are set to attend.
In the 2016 class, DeMatha receiver Trevon Diggs, who added a Georgia offer recently, is the younger brother of Maryland standout Stefon Diggs, will be there, as will Washington (D.C.) Ballou's Delontae Moore. Steven Smothers, who already has an impressive offer list that includes, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Ohio State, Penn State, Virginia, West Virginia and Virginia Tech, will be there.
One of the event's top tight ends will be 2016 prospect Mark Birmingham from Ashburn (Va.) Briar Woods. Birmingham has offers from Charlotte, James Madison, North Carolina, Old Dominion, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
Four-star Woodbridge (Va.) Hylton offensive tackle Matthew Burrell is scheduled to compete. Burrell, who is the No. 8 offensive tackle in the 2015 class, has nearly 40 offers and is one of the most, from schools such as Alabama, Florida State, LSU, Texas and Tennessee among others.
Another big-time prospect slated to compete is Gonzaga's Richie Petitbon, who is committed to Alabama. Also on the roster are Florida State commit David Robbins of Glenelg (Md.) High and Washington (D.C.) Friendship Collegiate's Quarvez Boulware, who recently added a Clemson offer and also has offers from Boston College, Florida State, Mississippi State, North Carolina and Wake Forest.
Offensive tackle Justin Skule from Centreville, who claims an offer from Virginia, and Leonardstown (Md.) St. Mary's Ryken's Banabas Banning will attend.