QB Aaron Murray -- The MVP of the entire event, Murray was outstanding from the start and just kept getting better and better as the day wore on. He made a huge statement for being considered the state's best quarterback prospect.
RB Ronnie Wingo -- Coming all the way from St. Louis, Wingo was dynamite on both sides of the ball. He looked every bit like a four-star running back prospect.
RB Jaamal Berry -- One of the fastest players at the entire event, Berry is a threat every time he touches the ball out of the backfield.
WR Nu'keese Richardson -- The most explosive big play guy at the entire event, Richardson missed the championship game while nursing a sore hamstring. He looked like a four-star caliber receiver.
WR Orson Charles -- His hands are as good as you'll find and no one could slow him down because of his combination of size, strength, and speed. There can't be too many tight ends nation-wide who can catch the ball like he can.
WR Willie Haulstead -- His size gives him the ability to create a lot of mismatches and he caught a ton of passes from Murray throughout the day.
WR Stedman Bailey -- The most reliable player on the South Florida Express team because of his ability to come up with key catches all day long. Almost every opposing coach said he's the player that hurt them the most.
LB Frankie Telfort -- His speed is very impressive and that enabled him to cover guys like a defensive back. You can see why he's considered a four-star prospect.
LB Jaccari Alexander -- A sleeper coming in, Alexander's four picks and two defensive touchdowns really opened some eyes as far as his ability to make big plays.
DB Michael Carter -- A shutdown corner, not too many teams even tried throwing on him because he's covering receivers like a blanket. He's clearly one of the state's premier cornerback prospects.
DB Marvin Robinson -- A monster 2010 safety prospect, Robinson runs very well, covers a lot of ground, and has the ability to come up with a lot of big plays.
DB Wayne Times -- His seven interceptions on the day was the most at the event. He can play receiver, quarterback, or defensive back. He's just a playmaker and the Northwestern coaches are saying he's the best pure football player on their team this season.
DB Lamarcus Joyner -- Another big play guy on either side of the ball, Joyner made a lot of big plays on defense.
DB Willie Hickman -- While not the biggest corner around, Hickman's speed and cover skills enabled him to slow down most of his opponents.
QB Eugene Smith -- He led his team to the championship game with excellent accuracy.
RB Lonnie Pryor -- His combination of size and speed is very impressive and he did a number of things for his team at this event.
RB Adaris Bellamy -- While considered more of an inside runner, Bellamy showed off tremendous hands all day.
WR Duron Carter -- Perhaps the best route-runner at the entire event, Carter was money all day.
WR Dwayne Difton -- The smaller but more explosive St. Thomas Aquinas receiver, Difton had a big day and committed to USF afterwards.
WR Sterling Griffin -- While Bailey was the go-to guy for the South Florida Express, Griffin wasn't far behind in terms of making plays.
WR Jeamiah Crawford -- Whenever Team 6 needed a big play, Crawford was definitely their man and he delivered.
LB Toney Moore -- While he plays d-end at his high school, Moore's speed and cover skills were on display and he looked comfortable.
LB Petey Smith -- A huge MLB prospect, Smith was a beast in the middle of the field and made a number of plays defensively.
DB Angelo Hadley -- Talented safety came up with several picks on the day.
DB Zeke Motta -- A great athlete who can play a number of positions, Motta was at his best in coverage.
DB Brandon McGee -- A converted quarterback, McGee will play corner in college and he had a very strong day.
DB Khari Usher -- The coach for his team loved him and he showed that he has big time cover skills.
DB Jarvis Byrd -- Another Pahokee cornerback who did an excellent job of getting the ball back to his offense for most of the day.