We've seen Barnett multiple times this spring but Sunday was the best we've seen him throw and that includes 7v7 tournaments. Physically, Barnett always looks the part and the ball was exploding out of his hand. He was accurate throwing the deep ball and intermediate routes and showed nice touch as well. He's a big time athlete and throws well on the run and can kill a defense with his legs when a play breaks down.
QB Brian Lewerke, Phoenix (Ariz.) Pinnacle
Lewerke got locked in for the Elite 11 and The Opening Friday but still worked out Sunday and had a very strong camp. In fact, he looked better on Sunday throwing with more zip and accuracy. He has excellent footwork, a solid frame and a nice live arm. He can throw with touch and knows when to take a little off and when to add some heat. He's a confident quarterback who plays with poise and has a nice calmness to him.
QB Travis Waller, Anaheim (Calif.) Servite
Waller is similar to Barnett in that he's still raw in some areas and hasn't had the same game experience as a lot of the other quarterbacks. That being said, they might have the most upside of anyone when it call comes together for them. Waller has a great frame, he's athletic and can make all the throws. His release can get a little long at times, almost loopy looking, but it's something that can be easily fixed.
RB Kirk Johnson, San Jose (Calif.) Valley Christian
Johnson was a bit up and down in pass blocking the linebackers, but excelled in the drills. He showed great cutback ability, spin moves, quickness and burst and looked noticeably bigger since last year's Oakland NFTC. Johnson earned the SPARQ MVP honors too with the best SPARQ score at the NFTC with a 117.42, showing his all-around athleticism.
WR Trent Irwin, Newhall (Calif.) Hart
Irwin was the favorite target by just about every quarterback in attendance because of his smooth route running and ability to get open, not to mention the fact that he catches anything near him. He measured out at a solid 6-2, 193 pounds, up 20 pounds from just two years ago. He's quicker off the ball, has much better top end speed now and shows more explosiveness getting in and out of his breaks. He was locked in for The Opening following the event and it was definitely well deserved.
WR J.J. Koski, Danville (Calif.) San Ramon Valley
Koski has been tearing up the 7v7 circuit all spring and had another big showing on Sunday. In a lot of ways, he's very similar to receiver Irwin in terms of his size, speed, smooth route running ability and hands. He's faster than given credit for and was blowing by opposing defensive backs all day. He's easily among the most under-rated and under-recruited players out West and can play at the high Div I level.
WR Justice Shelton-Mosley, Sacramento (Calif.) Capital Christian
Shelton-Mosley may play in a small school league but he showed has some big time talent. He has very good speed and has the ability to be a deep threat at the next level. He's a versatile player who can play multiple positions in college but he looked like a natural at receiver. He caught the ball well and looked good running his routes but it was his separation speed that really jumped out.
OL Kieffer Longson, San Ramon (Calif.) Dougherty Valley We saw Longson at the same event last spring and then saw him play in the fall and he's continuing to blossom into a very good left tackle. He's playing much lower with better pad level and aggressively over the course of the last year. He's flexible and has good bend in the knees and keeps his feet moving.
OL Dru Samia, Danville (Calif.) San Ramon Valley
Samia opened up a lot of eyes and looks like a natural at right tackle. He has a great frame at about 6-5, 290 pounds and showed above average feet and athleticism, strength and a serious mean streak. Samia is the kind of lineman who plays through the whistle and is looking to physically overwhelm his opponent and he didn't lose a single one on one rep that we saw on Sunday.
OL Semisi Uluave, Honolulu (Hawaii) Punahou
Uluave moved around all day, doing reps at tackle, guard and center and doing all well. The only time he struggled was against DL MVP Kahlil McKenzie, and yet he was the only OL who could stay with McKenzie, stalemating on their last rep. Uluave looks like an ideal guard, with the ability to play any spot on the line, though it's likely that he'll play on the interior. He moved his feet well, keeping them chopping the whole time, did a good job with his hands and showed good strength. Uluave's initial punch was usually enough to stagger his defender.
Greg Biggins and Brandon Huffman contributed to this report.
NOTE- Our list is based on who we felt had the best day and is not based on college recruiting potential. This list is also just for players in the rising 2015 class as we'll have a separate list for underclassmen later in the week.