It is a loaded event, and here is the defensive breakdown of it:
Five-star Tim Settle is the headliner. The Manassas (Va.) Stonewall Jackson standout has over 40 offers. Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Notre Dame, Penn State, Texas, UCLA, USC and Virginia Tech are some of the schools that have offered, but he is not the only big-time defensive lineman in attendance.
Potomac (Md.) The Bullis School's Jonathan Holland, who recently added a Georgia offer, and four-star defensive tackle and Penn State commit Adam McLean of Gaithersburg (Md.) Quince Orchard are set to attend.
Kentucky commit Levon Livingston of Washington (D.C.) Ballou and Asburn (Va.) Stone Bridge defensive tackle Aaron Crawford will also be on hand. Crawford claims offers from Duke, Maryland, Minnesota, North Carolina, Old Dominion, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.
Virginia Beach (Va.) Salem defensive end Trevon Hill and Roanoke (Va.) Northside defensive tackle Chance Hall are two of the best in Virginia. Defensive end and new East Carolina commit Abu Kai Kai will also be at the event, as will Washington (D.C.) St. John's College's Eric Assoua and Olney (Md.) Good Counsel's Darius Fullwood.
Also, four-star Rahshaun Smith of Baltimore St. Frances, Ron Johnson Jr. of Camden (N.J.) Woodrow Wilson, Shane Simmons of Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha and Baltimore Gilman School's Jordan Ellison are set to attend.
Four-star Virginia Beach (Va.) Ocean Lakes middle linebacker Jahvoni Simmons will be the top-ranked player at his position. Simmons, the No. 2 middle linebacker, has offers from schools such as Alabama, Clemson, Miami, Ohio State, Tennessee, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
Another prospect to watch in the 2015 class is Stone Bridge outside linebacker Tanner Karafa, who has eight offers.
Washington (D.C.) Wilson linebacker Kareem McDonald is also set to attend.
Class of 2016 four-star Suffolk (Va.) Lakeland middle linebacker Jaquan Yulee is one of the best in the country at his position and will be in attendance. He has nine offers and recently named North Carolina his leader.
The defensive back group is the deepest unit at the camp, and is led by Philadelphia St. Joseph's Prep four-star cornerback John Reid and Washington (D.C.) Gonzaga's Marcus Lewis, who is committed to Florida.
The group also includes Forestville (Md.) Bishop McNamara four-star cornerback Ashton White, Gonzaga's Sam Morrison, Waldorf (Md.) Thomas Stone's Juwuan Briscoe (Rutgers offer), Washington (D.C.) Woodson's Duwayne Johnson, who is committed to Virginia Tech, Baltimore St. Frances' Justice Pettus-Dixon, Thomas Stone's Trey Lee (Army offer) and Baltimore Calvert Hall's Juantez McRae.
Other defensive backs in the class worth watching are Ashburn (Va.) Broad Run cornerback Chuck Davis, Virginia Beach (Va.) Bayside cornerback and Old Dominion commit Jamez Brickhouse, Chantilly (Va.) safety James Gibson, Norfolk (Va.) Lake Taylor's Nhyre Quinerly, and Centreville safety Xavier Nickens-Yzer.
In the 2016 class, four-star Ocean Lakes playmaker Levonta Taylor is closing in on 20 offers, and is one of the top cornerbacks in the country, regardless of class. He is extremely explosive and will be one of the top 2016 prospects in the country.
Another big-time cornerback that will be in attendance is Robbie Robinson from Hampton (Va.) Phoebus. Like Taylor, Robinson is dynamic prospect with double-digit offers. He has a knack for making big plays and should also be one of top cornerbacks in the 2016 class.
Other 2016 prospects set to attend are Lake Taylor cornerback Wayne Davis, Virginia Beach (Va.) Landstown safety Jermaine Trotman and Oscar Smith safety Keyvone Bruton. Class of 2017 Huntersville (N.C.) South Lake Christian cornerback Aapri Washington will also be there.